Jake Mace has been a full-time teacher of Tai Chi for more than a decade. His goal is to offer his students the traditions, techniques, skills and health that he has attained through Kung Fu, Tai Chi and QiGong. Jake is also an environmentalist, vegan, urban farmer and gardener, energy conservationist, animal and human rights activist inspiring people and raising awareness for environmental, human and animal, and energy causes. Jake raises awareness for the Earth, animals, people, and energy by leading workshops, leading seminars, producing videos, and living an example of the life he teaches.
The Wing Chun wooden dummy has been used for 1000's of years in traditional Chinese martial arts training. Historically, they are very large and impractical to own, but the foot-print of our free standing model allows it to comfortably fit in almost any training space. This modern dummy has 3 arms and 1 leg that represent various body positions and lines of force. Watch the video below to see how this dummy is constructed and check it out on our website here.
Every year, we try to raise the bar by coming out with new products that put us on the map. This year, we began sparring (no pun intended) with the idea of reimagining one of our best selling products, the lightweight student uniform. After much time spent examining our previous uniforms and comparing them to other brands, we came up with what we feel is the perfect lightweight karate uniform for the modern martial artist.
It wasn't but just over a year ago that, armed only with the trailer below, the creative talents behind Kung Fury successfully Kick-started their film fantasies with a whopping $630,019 crowd-funded campaign that would allow them to complete their 1/2-hour short film.
Last month the team generously laid an incredible, 80's inspired music video upon the Internet's doorstep (Click through for the video). The promise of an imminent release was made. Now, today finally marks the day that the action-starved masses can be satiated with the full release of their beloved indie film.
You can view the video below: