How Champions Embrace Stumbles & Smash Goals

Want to achieve something extraordinary in your martial arts and fitness journey? Buckle up, because the road to excellence is paved with setbacks.

Forget instant wins – embracing frustration and learning from defeats is what separates champions from the rest.

Here are some tips:

  • Show up. Do the work. Repeat. Blue-collar hustle meets unwavering will. No distractions, just relentless pursuit.
  • Ditch the strict timeline. Greatness takes time, not deadlines. Commit to the journey, not a finish line.
  • Celebrate wins, learn from losses. If you’re not stumbling, you’re not pushing hard enough. Embrace the grind, it’s where growth happens.
  • One big decision, not a million tiny ones. Choose your ultimate goal, then stay laser-focused. Less decision fatigue, more unwavering progress.

This isn’t easy, but the reward? Crushing your goals and becoming the best version of yourself.


Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals. Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Cracking The Code for Fat Loss: A Tactical Approach

Hello, Friend!

When shedding excess fat, the core idea is pretty straightforward: you’ve got to eat a bit less than your body uses. Think of it as getting your body to use its stuff for energy when food is insufficient.

A Tactical Approach:

  1. Finding the Right Amount to Eat:
  • You kick things off by figuring out how much food keeps your weight steady. After two weeks of keeping a close eye on what you eat, if your weight stays put, that’s where we begin. Cut 20%, and that’s your new goal.
  1. Taking Care of Your Muscles While Losing Fat:
  • You want to keep your muscles safe while shedding the extra fat. This means making sure you eat enough protein. Picture 1 gram of protein for every pound you weigh. If you’re not a big fan of protein foods, you can dial it down a bit.
  1. Sending a Clear Signal to Keep the Muscles:
  • Communicate with your body through weight training. It’s like telling your body, “Hey, keep these muscles; they’re important!” You focus on lifting weights that challenge you but don’t push too hard.

Other Important Stuff:

  • You get to choose whether you prefer more carbs or more fats. The idea is to make a plan that you can stick with.
  • Start with 3 meals and maybe 1 snack a day. You can change how often you eat every two weeks. Some people like smaller meals more often; others like bigger meals. It’s all about what works for you.

Special Training:

  • Use resistance training to create an additional metabolic effect. It helps keep the muscles you have and get stronger. Focus on exercises that keep you engaged and moving.
  • If there’s time, add exercises that make your heart beat faster, like swings or battle ropes.
  • And don’t forget a daily walk, just 10 minutes after meals. It’s super helpful.

Extra Boosters:

  • Simple vitamins like a multivitamin, vitamin D, and fish oil can be a good idea. And if you need extra protein, a protein shake can help, but think of it more like a food choice than a special supplement.

Summing It Up:

  • If protein intake and total calories are the same, all diets will result in the same rate and amount of fat loss. The secret is finding a plan that suits you, and your busy lifestyle.

Fat Loss Emphasis:

  • For fat loss training the primary goal is to maintain muscle when in a caloric deficit. Burning calories is a secondary goal. Weight training first, cardio a distant second.

Remember, it’s not just about losing fat; it’s about keeping your strength up on this journey.

Stay strong, stay focused.

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Info Filter

Do you ever feel overloaded with information?

If you enjoy reading 20 articles a day about fitness, nutrition and martial arts, have the time to train a couple of hours a day, and are already in the best shape you can possibly be in, then this message is probably not for you.

I would love the opportunity to provide you with up to date, effective information that is easy to digest.  

My belief is that there isn’t much out there in fitness, nutrition, and even martial arts that is mind-blowing new.

There are smart people, and there is common sense.  Smart people often have valuable information on the subject, but lack simplicity in the presentation.

So I am going to try (and please forgive me when I fail) to keep things as simple as possible.

A kung fu master approaches training with a beginner’s mindset. A bit counterintuitive, I know.

When it comes to fitness, health and martial arts, most people don’t want to do beginner exercises.

Almost everyone thinks they are at an intermediate level. (And some think they are advanced!)

They are constantly trying the hot new trend due to boredom with the basics. This is understandable.

We all need a little motivation to train, right? That hot new thing can be the spark to get us started again.

However…

 

“The best performers in any part of human achievement are just better than the rest at the basics.

Amateurs practice the basics until they feel they have it right.

Pros practice the basics until they don’t get it wrong.”

Don’t complicate your training. All the trendy exercises boil down to only a few basic movements, there is rarely anything new. 

At Wah Lum Kung Fu, all those cool Kung Fu moves are just the basics done REALLY well!

Why wrestle with a one arm pushup if you can’t even rock a plank?

On my own journey, I had to get humble and drop the idea that I needed to be super original.

I made the most progress when ideas were presented in a fresh way that helped me refocus and see a purpose behind the movements, rather than just going through the motions.

So, how do you filter your information? And what do you want to know more about?

Shoot me a reply and let me know!

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals. Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

The Truth About Losing Belly Fat

We’ve all seen magazine and internet articles with titles like this:

“The 5-Second Flat Belly Trick!”

Or:

“6 Days to a Six-Pack!”

But here’s the truth 

Belly fat isn’t eradicated quickly, nor is being “totally shredded” always the most productive health goal.

However…

Some types of belly fat are associated with health risks.

Visceral fat—that’s belly fat found deep in your abdomen, surrounding your internal organs—is linked to chronic inflammation, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other metabolic disorders.

(Subcutaneous fat—the padding just under the surface of the skin—is relatively benign.)

I’ve noticed some extra “padding” as the years have gone by myself!

Of course, without slicing yourself open (hard pass), you won’t easily know what kind of fat your belly harbors.

Luckily, the healthy behaviors that help you lose belly fat for aesthetic reasons will also help you improve your health and reduce your risk of disease.

They look something like this:

  • Consume a diet centered around minimally-processed foods. (This makes it harder to overeat, and easier to feel satisfied and meet your nutrition requirements.)
  • Find movement that you like and will do regularly. That’s Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Strength training for me. (Consistency trumps just about everything else.)
  • Eat slowly and mindfully. Still working on it! (Helps improve mind-body awareness so you can more easily eat the right amount for your body.)
  • Practice self-compassion. (Sure, it sounds woo-woo, but it’s linked to healthier eating, more consistent exercise habits, and lower rates of anxiety, depression, and perceived stress.)

Not exactly clickbait, huh?

But consider: How many people actually do all of these things… day in and day out?

Well, statistically-speaking: Less than 3 percent of Americans meet the basic qualifications for a “healthy lifestyle.”

The point: If so few people can do just the basics, how likely is it that they’ll be able to do something that’s even harder? Especially when they’re just starting out?

(Like those advanced, “cutting edge” nutrition or fitness protocols that “celebrity models and Marvel heroes use.”) 

The reality…

Fat loss tactics don’t need to be complicated. In fact, the “boring” stuff totally works—and is a lot more doable (and certainly more sustainable) than pretty much any “extreme” plan. 

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Yin Yang Duality of Tension and Relaxation

You may already know that Yin and Yang are two opposite but complementary forces in Chinese philosophy. They are often represented by the symbol of a circle divided into two halves, one black and one white, with a dot of the opposite color in each half.

Tension and relaxation are also two opposite but complementary forces in physical performance. Tension is strength and power, while relaxation is speed, endurance, and flexibility.

Kung Fu and Tai Chi demand both tension and relaxation. For example, when punching, you need to tense your body at the moment of impact to deliver maximum power. But you also need to relax quickly afterward so that you can recover and throw the next punch.

Elite athletes know the importance of practicing both tension and relaxation. They need to be able to tense their muscles to generate power, but they also need to be able to relax quickly to maintain speed and endurance.

Soviet Professor Leonid Matveyev observed that elite athletes are able to relax their muscles much faster than novice athletes. (800% difference!)

This is because they have trained their bodies to switch between tension and relaxation quickly and efficiently.

Here is a simple example of an exercise that you can do to practice tension and relaxation:

  1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms at your sides.
  2. Tense all of the muscles in your body as tightly as you can.
  3. Hold the tension for a few seconds.
  4. Relax all of your muscles as quickly as possible.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4 several times.

As you get better at this exercise, you will be able to tense and relax your muscles more quickly and efficiently. This will help you to improve your performance in Kung Fu and Tai Chi.

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Off The Wagon Real Talk

What if we treated “off the wagon” periods as a natural and normal part of the entire experience of change and growth? 

When speaking to potential students, few things motivate healthier choices better than waking up with meat sweats, heartburn, a hangover, or general discomfort when moving around….

If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that our health is one of our most prized possessions. 

But that doesn’t mean that getting or staying healthy is easy. 

The good news? 

Reaching your pressure point can sometimes be what you need to get started… again. 

People always think that I spend most days working out, but as of today, I’ve gone almost 2 weeks without deliberate Kung Fu practice or a strength training session. 

And that’s ok. This is just the natural and normal part of my health journey. As soon as I hit send, I’m going to get a 15-minute session of mindful movement practice in. 

If you get a chance, reply with what made you decide to join Wah Lum. 

My mom made me do it is a valid answer. 

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

7 Ways To Know If Your Nutrition Plan Is Working

Sometimes, it can be tough to tell if you’re making progress on your journey to become the fittest, strongest, healthiest version of yourself.

Because many of the common ways to measure progress — body composition, blood work, and the scale — are prone to false negatives.

They can make it seem as if nothing’s happening when, in fact, you’re making great progress.

That’s why it’s important to use other progress indicators as well. So, before you give up on a nutrition plan, consider whether…

You feel satisfied after meals.

That might be because you’re eating slowly, choosing fresh foods, and leaving less room in your diet for processed foods reviving the appetite and never seeming to fill you up.

You have more energy. 

One day, you wake up one minute before your alarm. Your eyes are open. Do you even feel… kind of… happy?

You’re sleeping better.

All of a sudden, you seem to wind down an hour before bedtime without a problem. You follow your sleep ritual and conk out easier than ever. 

You feel great.

And you’re making friends with your body shape and size.

You’re in a better mood.

More confident, like change is possible.

You’re stronger and have more endurance.

Maybe you start to notice your muscles aren’t as sore, you can do more work overall, and you’re fresher and recover better.

It feels more like a lifestyle.

You’re just… living. You’re in a nice, natural normal-day rhythm that doesn’t feel like being “on” or “off” anything.

Each of these progress indicators can show you real, meaningful change.

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

What Training Should Do

Quick message for you today on the Control Your Health Strength Training Philosophy. 

Here are the ABCs of strength training as I see it. 

A: Prevent injury through awareness and safety. 

Kind of a no brainer, but just because something looks cool doesn’t mean it’s what is good for you. The right fitness program should not cause injury and should make you resilient to injury in your sport. 

Do no harm. 

B: Improve your quality of Life.

Do you feel better after training? Your program should give more than it takes out of you. 

C: Improve Performance. 

Training should help you: Get stronger. Get Faster. Move Better. Look Better. 

Pretty basic stuff, I know. But it’s the experts who do the basics best. 

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Tip of The Week: Slow Eating

I’m a big believer that slow and mindful eating is one of the MASTER SKILLS for fat loss.

Because the goal is to eat a sufficient amount to be reasonably comfortable, but not more than that.

This week I wanted to share some recent research published in Appetite on how what you hear while you eat can impact how fast you eat.

Check it out and let me know what you think.

The scientists report that:

  • People ate faster when they listened to music with a fast tempo (145 bpm). (Example: “Born to Run”—Bruce Springsteen)
  • People ate slower when they listened to music with a slow tempo (45 bpm). (Example: “Call Out My Name”—The Weekend)
  • When people listened to any kind of music—even the up-tempo stuff—they ate slower compared to when they ate in silence.

The researchers hypothesized that faster music makes people feel more aroused or excited, stimulating their senses and making them eat faster. 

Slower music, on the other hand, may help people feel calmer and more relaxed, which could lead to more mindful eating.  

The study’s findings also affirm something bigger: What people feel while they eat is important.

Folks who struggle to eat slowly and mindfully may be more likely to succeed if they take steps to feel more relaxed during meal times.

And if slow music—or tunes of any tempo helps—you do that, then it could be worth trying. Think of it as “setting the mood.” (But please: No Muzak.)

PMID: 32682852

Mathiesen SL, Mielby LA, Byrne DV, Wang QJ. Music to eat by: A systematic investigation of the relative importance of tempo and articulation on eating time. Appetite. 2020 Dec 1;155:104801.

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Can I Get A Spell Check Please?

Seriously!? Again!?

That is my internal response when my wife finds grammatical errors in my weekly emails. Comments usually (and maybe too often) go something like this…. 

“Oh… oops! You wrote there instead of there are. Huh?”

I proceed to take a deep breath and forgive myself. 

Because it’s ok to make mis-steaks (that was intentional). 

Especially when it comes to health, nutrition, and fitness. Most of us have failed in a particular goal because we expected perfection. 

Fear of failure can be motivating for some things, but when it comes to something like dieting and fat loss, it is almost impossible. 

For example, the best meat you can have is grass-fed beef. 

Great, but was it ethically slaughtered? 

Was it ethically slaughtered by a Tibetan Warrior monk? 

By a monk with one arm? 

Right arm or left arm missing? 

This is pretty ridiculous, and not only because everyone knows it has to be the left arm. 

But our nervous system has a funny way of working, “Oh, I was going to do this but I went to a party and I wasn’t perfect, so… Ben and Jerry’s.”

Disregard perfection as a goal, and it will be an act of compassion and kindness towards yourself. 

Forgive yourself, move on, and decide to do something that will get you closer to your goals. 

That’s why we tell our students at Wah Lum that we can always make an adjustment to a particular exercise or move. 

Or if you were stuck in traffic, just drive safely and get into class a little bit late. (if possible just leave earlier… you know who you are)

Coming in and doing something is better than nothing!

With nutrition, don’t think about what you need to stop doing, but what you can add to make your meal more nutritious. 

That’s all for know, I have to help my almost perfect wife with something. (see what I did there?)

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Sloth and Gluttony

I’m going to “attempt” to summarize a message from a mentor (and frequent Sifu Mimi Chan Show Podcast Guest) Coach Dan John about sloth and gluttony. 

It appealed to my Catholic childhood. 

It goes like this… sort of:

We get fat (insert: “out of shape” because I know some are sensitive to the F word) with sloth and gluttony so to undo this we must punish ourselves with sweat and starvation for a few weeks, days, or minutes and reverse the issues gathered around the waistline for the past four decades.

It’s an interesting thought that a few days fixes a few decades. And why does focusing on our health have to involve punishment?

Why do we talk about food, and exercise as being good or bad? 

Coffee is good. Coffee is bad. 

Squats are good. Squats are bad.

Grains are good. Grains are bad. 

As a trainer, coach, and fit-pro I get put in a position to then answer questions about fitness and performance. My go-to answer is to start with the basics… and then I get that eyes glazed-over look. 

Here they are if you are still reading. 

  • Sleep (7-9 hours).
  • Move (consistently throughout the day, week, month, year, and life. I like Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Strength Training).
  • Eat like an adult (don’t eat too many things that come in a box).
  • Drink mostly water (most of us don’t need Gatorade).
  • Spend time with people you enjoy (wife, Wah Lum Family). 

Do these things well most of the time (not even all of the time!) and you will be in the best shape of your life.  

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  First step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Tip of the Week: You Are the Solution

Anyone else get a ton of email marketing ads?

As I was thinking about my shortcomings, I realized there is no shortage of information bombarding me!

So the most appealing services, methods, and products are the ones that promise a specific solution.

This service provides comfort and makes us believe that whoever is providing the solution is competent and has the solution. For the record, most coaches, Sifus, and teachers struggle with impostor syndrome (ahem…as I raise my hand).

But I do believe we need to be wary about the fact that a specific solution implies that you have a specific problem.

If I were to sum up all the solutions/problems that have been offered to me, I would probably be convinced to enter the fetal position, never to act or move with any kind of confidence again.

If you want to practice Kung Fu or Tai Chi and move with comfort, ease, and fluidity, you need to believe in yourself, and your body.

I know it’s cliché, but you need to be the solution.

There is a story we all tell ourselves. How are you going to rewrite your story this week?

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  The first step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

The Simplest Way to Eat Better

Hello Friend,

I get a lot of questions about nutrition and notice that most people worry about the little details:

  • “Are potatoes fattening?”
  • “If I don’t drink a protein shake after my workout, is it even worth exercising?”
  • “Is keto really the best way to lose weight? Or should I be doing Paleo? Or what about the alkaline diet?!”

Yet they eat over the kitchen sink. Or in their car. Or in a daze while in front of the TV. (ME INCLUDED!)

I don’t blame you! We’ve been taught to think about WHAT we eat, not HOW we eat.

That’s too bad since…

Eating slowly and mindfully can actually be an incredibly powerful habit for driving major transformation.

Instead of having to figure out which foods to eat, in what frequency, and in what portions—all important factors, of course—eating slowly is the simplest way anyone can start eating and feeling better, immediately. 

Why? 

Two reasons:

  1. It takes about 20 minutes for your body’s satiety signals to kick in. Slow eating gives the system time to work, allowing you to better sense when you’ve had enough.
  2. When you slow down, and really try to savor your meal, you tend to feel satisfied with less, and feel less “deprived.”

But… 

People struggle with this habit.

 (Oh, do they struggle.)

 What to do? 

Practice at slow eating and know you won’t be perfect. That’s okay. 

It’s also why it’s not a bad idea to spend a whole month on just this one habit. 

To help you, try one of these tips. You can experiment with them for just one meal, or take on a full “30-day slow-eating challenge,” if you feel up to it.

Take a breath.

Before you eat, pause. Take one breath. Take one bite. Then take another breath. Go one bite and one breath at a time. That’s it.

Add one minute per meal.

At the beginning of a meal, start a clock and see if you can make each meal one minute longer than the meal before.

Do something between bites.

Besides taking a breath (or three), try:

  • setting down your utensils
  • taking a sip of water
  • asking someone at the table a question

Savor your food.

When you eat… eat. Enjoy it. Really taste it. Is it salty? Sweet? Does it coat the roof of your mouth? What’s the texture like? Think about these questions with each bite.

Notice what affects eating speed. 

Even something as subtle as silence or background music can trigger you to speed up or slow down, which is why some folks have found success with listening to a 20-minute “slow eating” playlist.

And finally…

Try to remember: Don’t put food on your fork… if there’s food in your mouth!

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  The first step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.

Break Through Plateaus In Your Martial Arts Journey

Hey there,

Do you ever feel that an invisible ceiling is inhibiting your progress?

As a martial artist, (or aspiring martial artist) we love mastering new movements, pushing ourselves, and getting those incremental improvements, right?

But life gets busy and we find ourselves wrestling with time. Endless commitments, demanding schedules…

The big thing that holds many students back from progressing is being able to get into certain positions. Low stances, high kicks…

But it doesn’t end there!

Once you can get into a certain position, you also want to feel strong there.

I’ve been working on some mobility training that has been helping and I am looking to start a project soon that’ll take a handful of students through a targeted mobility program.

Reply if you want to hear more about it.

Sifu Oscar

 

P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are ways we can help you get started.

1. Schedule a time to observe a class.
Interested in Kung Fu or Tai Chi?  The first step is to watch a class and see if we would be a good fit! Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for an appointment.

2. Become part of my exclusive Coaching Group with CYH Remote Coaching.  Get personalized coaching delivered right to your phone and catered to your specific goals.
Email: kungfu@wahlum.com for info.