Wu Dao seeks to redefine the teaching and practice of Kung Fu by focusing on stripping away extraneous movements, concepts, and thoughts while refining and increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of techniques.
Wu Dao directly translates to "Martial Way." It is composed of the Chinese characters Wu , or "martial," and Dao , or the "way" or "path." Wu Dao is therefore the martial artist’s path, which is characterized by physical and mental discipline.
The physical training of Wu Dao focuses on strength, flexibility, endurance, and speed. Each drill and training technique is designed to help students develop in one or more of these areas. Regular training will help students gain strength, expand the body’s range of motion, and improve coordination.
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