• EWTO

    Dear friends, students and colleagues,
    At the end of an amazing anniversary year marking the 40th anniversary of the EWTO, which we celebrated in good style in many ways, I would like to welcome you to a "normal" but no less promising 2017.

  • EWTO

    This latest book written by GM Kernspecht and published by EWTO-Verlag enables all loyal followers, and especially also those who have not been following the development of inner WingTsun on Twitter, to read about the process in chronological order from its beginnings to mid-2014. A continuation with the Tweets from July 2014 onwards will follow. Incidentally, those who want to stay up-to-date and follow the evolution of iWT as it happens are well-advised to register as a follower of @GM_Kernspecht.
    Here is the foreword to the first volume as a foretaste:

  • EWTO

    At the 2015 Leadership Congress, Prof. Keith R. Kernspecht presented the recently published book about the life and times of martial arts legend Kaicho Jon Bluming. The school owners were the first able to purchase the book on the spot from the EWTO shop. Many then seized the opportunity to have it signed by Kaicho Jon Bluming during his visit to the International Seminar.

  • WingTsun

    "Late but very welcome recognition," a gratified GM Keith R. Kernspecht thought as he opened the large envelope from Hong Kong. It contained a brand-new certificate appointing him a 10th Level Grandmaster of Leung Ting WingTsun.

  • EWTO

    In the luxury edition of his latest publication, “Coursebook: Inner WingTsun”, Grandmaster Kernspecht points the way to a WingTsun to be understood as an inner style.
    While this most compact of all the books published by EWTO-Verlag fits comfortably into any trouser pocket, it is also a gem for all bibliophile WingTsun followers.

  • EWTO

    Record-breaking, but not in the sense of muscle-cars roaring around the Hockenheimring race circuit  to achieve lap records. After the rather cool spring temperatures last year, the weather was particularly kind this year, and gave the school owners attending the Leadership Congress and the participants in the International Seminar plenty of opportunity to work up a sweat at up to 36° C.

  • WingTsun

    "What will you do with all that power, boys?"
    Perhaps you have also asked yourself this question when the adrenalin starts to surge again. Let me describe my very personal experiences on the subject.

    My name is Mathias, 7th SG in WingTsun, born in 1971, father of two children and working as a personal coach. When I started learning WingTsun in 2006 (with breaks for babies), my SiFu Oliver Hage, 5th PG asked me during a private lesson whether I knew the difference between a fighter and a warrior.