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Be fuelled for longer, rather than be flooded by a fast glut of energy Carbohydrates, or carbs, come in two forms – simple and complex....

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If you want to control your weight it is calories that count We have all heard of ‘counting the calories’, but what does that actually...

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From couch potato to making the first step towards a health lifestyle We all know that regular exercise is an important part of maintaining a...

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Sami Kargupta gives his version of the SCK summer camp.... "The alarm rang at 5:45am. To most people, that would be ‘in the middle of...

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Southern Crane Kungfu recently held a training camp in Weymouth on the south coast of England, where a group of hard working students studied the...

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Julia Foggo, junior student at Southern Crane Kungfu, on how she ditched her lack of confidence and found a new outlook on life through kungfu...

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Student, Sami Kargupta, on how to: “Stop playing video games and do something productive!”...

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We are very pleased to announce that thanks to the massive popularity of our Thursday night kungfu class for children, we are now opening a...

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A wonderful poem by six year old Morgann Campbell, Southern Crane Kungfu Kids Class Student...

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Welcome to autumn! This is the season of festivals, with Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, Samhain, and Guy Fawkes Night here with us right now,...

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Southern Crane Kungfu assistant instructor, Jon Evans, talks about how he sees the patterns training in our styles of kungfu....

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Here, one of our younger members, Sami Hoq, speaks about his move from Russia where he was born and where he began to learn karate,...

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On Thursday 27 September Southern Crane Kungfu Kids’ class raised over £1,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust in an hour long kickathon...

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At the end of August SCK hit Weymouth with an armful of keen students for a weekend kungfu camp in the sun. ...

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No matter what style of martial art or martial sport you have chosen, it is important to dedicate yourself to that style. This is not...

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By Sam Nicklin, Student, Southern Crane Kungfu Ever since I was a kid I’ve always wanted to study...

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After the two most amazing weeks, the London 2012 Olympics is finally over. What an inspiration to all of us Team GB, and every other...

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Over the years I’ve heard students say some funny things, and some that are downright irritating....

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Some people are impatient to learn more patterns, as they feel that they have learnt the moves of the forms they have been given so...

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Some 300 people welcomed the modern practice of the ancient art of Health Qigong to the UK last weekend (Saturday 21 April 2012) at a...

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