Richmond, VA, July 05, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Beginning in July, Kung Fu Boot Camps for men and women (18 & up) are available at the Richmond Moy Yat Kung Fu Academy. Experience is not needed - training is simple, as well as challenging, fun and great for developing fitness and self-defense skills.
These boot camps are free to active members and parents of kids/teens students. For non-members, the rate is $12 if paid online in advance, or $15 at the door. For men, the first boot camps are Monday, July 18 at 7am, and Saturday, July 23 at 2pm. Women’s kung fu boot camps are Saturday, July 16 at 2pm and Wednesday, July 27 at 7am - Click those links to register now - space is limited!
At these kung fu boot camps, participants will:
· Get a great workout in the boot camp class and learn simple yet powerful exercises that can be practiced at home.
· Learn principles and techniques of authentic Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu that are immediately effective for self-defense.
· Challenge oneself, sharpening the mind and training the body, developing kung fu, discipline and confidence.
The Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu system was developed in feudal China to train men and women, in a short amount of time, how to win quickly and easily in physical combat. It’s become one of the most popular martial arts in the world today because of its efficiency and effectiveness in fighting, and it’s ideal for self-defense in American cities. It doesn’t require size or strength, making it perfect for women and others of naturally smaller stature. And because it was designed to train people to be the toughest warriors, it’s also great for developing your mental-physical health and life skill to your full human potential.
In the Kung Fu Boot Camp, students learn and train the authentic foundational principles, details, techniques and training methods of Ving Tsun Kung Fu, as taught in the Moy Tung lineage of the Moy Yat Kung Fu family. Participants will work hard and sweat, getting the heart and lungs pumping – Ving Tsun training is great cardiovascular exercise.
Kung Fu training develops character, too - the kind that comes from doing something worthwhile and and challenging. And, in the process, kung fu skill useful for self-defense is being developed - awareness of the body's centerlines, relaxation, a strong horse stance and a powerful punch.
Richmond Moy Yat Kung Fu Academy holds separate Kung Fu Boot Camps for men and women so participants can focus on the kung fu. We’ll be holding weekday morning and Saturday afternoon classes on a monthly basis. For currently active students and parents of kids/teens, these boot camps are free.
Those new to the school can do this program as an introduction to Ving Tsun Kung Fu training, or as something different to add to a regular exercise routine - for non-members, classes are $12 if paid online in advance, or $15 at the door, if space is available.