• Feb/08/2016
    Training against ambush

    I have recently been repeatedly asked for my opinion about the incidents that took place in Cologne on New Year's Eve. The general view seems to be that "There's nothing you can do in these cases. Self-defence or in particular WingTsun can't help you there either."
    I disagree completely with this, and in this editorial I will examine the subject in detail.

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  • Jan/01/2016
    WT & Grappling in 2016

    "Grappling on the ground is not a classic aspect of WingTsun,
    but nowadays it is a vital part of WT self-defence."

    Prof. Dr. Keith R. Kernspecht

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  • Sep/01/2015
    My arguments for our WingTsun forms

    I am probably the last person from whom you would expect arguments in favour of the WingTsun forms.

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  • Aug/01/2015
    The best job in the world

    "The best job in the world" is what somebody wrote on my Facebook page.
    Yes, he is right. I chose my own "job" for myself: I can practice a lot of WT, I get out and about a lot, get to know a lot of people and am never bored.

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  • Jul/01/2015
    What has water got to do with WingTsun?

    When I heard that I was being allowed to write the editorial, I was staying at Hotel Giessbach by Lake Brienz in the Bearnese highlands. This is where I take a few days rest each year (after all the travelling I do for WingTsun), firstly to restore the work/life balance and secondly to come up with new ideas.

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  • Jun/01/2015
    Hockenheim 2015 – Together we are strong

    The mega-weekend in Hockenheim has come and gone. The preparation and planning for such an event is only possible when many helping hands get down to work together. Many thanks to you all …

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  • May/04/2015
    May is a time of change …

    … also in the EWTO, and one of the new features is that I want to give my team space to write their own regular editorials on this page!

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  • Mar/31/2015
    WT and Grappling

    As my research work is currently concerned with the way towards Inner WingTsun, I have asked Grandmaster Oliver König, who together with DaiSiFu Thomas Schrön has long examined the subject of "grappling" and its relative value in WingTsun self-defence, to write a guest editorial on the state of affairs.

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  • Feb/28/2015
    "Do you still practice the forms?"

    At present I am once again engaged in intensive research for our WingTsun training – and not least also the WingTsun forms. This is a subject that comes up again and again. But as I am very short of time right now, I have asked the man who has studied the forms most intensively to write something about them in a guest editorial: GM Giuseppe Schembri.

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  • Jan/31/2015
    From Tweet to Editorial

    A Tweet by GM_Kernspecht is followed by a question, and immediately gives rise to a train of thought which has every potential to become an editorial:

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