Internalizing Fighting Applications of Hsing-I, Tai Chi, and Bagua
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A Slow Week - But Good Things to Come

I haven't put many posts up this week because of the B.M.

The Big Move, that is.

Nancy and I are moving from an apartment (bad idea) into a house, complete with swimming pool and jacuzzi in a large screened-in area perfect also for practicing forms and techniques.

In the garage, the heavy bag will soon be hanging. It's been down since we shut down our school and moved to Tampa in June. And by the way, our building closed this week exactly two years to the day that we bought it. Nancy and I had mixed feelings

The good news about all this -- I'll soon be cranking up more videos and other material for the blog, and I have some interesting ideas for teaching some of the things I've learned through the website, which has been pretty well neglected for a while.

So stay tuned and hang in there. Some good things are coming.


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Good to know that you'll be officially getting settled in. The pics of the home look GREAT! You'll love having a pool. We just closed ours for the season. We really enjoy having the ability to jump in the pool on a nice hot summer's day.

I'm looking forward to getting the Chen 19, HsingIChuan videos. I can't believe I lost mine during our move!


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