About this blog and Zong Wu Men

Welcome to the web blog for Zong Wu Men Internal Fighting Arts!

I started this blog as a lifeline of sorts for my students to access further information about the martial arts we study – Baguazhang and Xingyiquan. It will also serve a secondary purpose though – as a general sounding board to present some of my thoughts on training in the martial arts and their broader relationship to one’s life inside and outside the training hall.

Zong Wu Men seeks to provide traditional training in the physical and mental aspects of the Internal Arts. Training is offered in a holistic manner, emphasizing the full range of potential training found in these arts.

Try training at Zong Wu Men Internal Fighting Arts if you are looking for:

  • A holistic life art, designed not only to provide you with physical strength and freedom of movement through the full range of motion inherent in the human body, provide you with reliable self-defense skills, bring pliability and balance to one’s movement, but to also bring harmony and focus to your mind.
  • Devastating systems of traditional fighting arts applicable to the demands of the modern world.
  • Complete systems of traditional training taught by a direct disciple of the lineage – there is both depth and breadth to these arts.

Thank you and enjoy!

George Wood
Zong Wu Men Internal Fighting Arts

2 Responses to About this blog and Zong Wu Men

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  2. logemeb5 says:

    The traditional maaitrl arts start further up the educational system Interesting perspective. As I think about it it probably depends a lot on the art; I’ve always looked at traditional arts, at least through the kyu ranks, as being more basic not more advanced.Of course my opinion is heavily influenced by one particular person who happened to be both, a legitimate bad-ass and a couple or 3 dan in a traditional art. we were talking about training structure one day and he said that historically the kyu ranks in his art were taught to kids; lots of forms, one-step defenses, basic throws. And that once someone spent 7 or 8 years learning all that, earning a black belt’, you then had a teenager with the background to actually learn to fight.

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