Summer Camp 2012

AUSTIN, TX - The National Ving Tsun Organization held its 2012 summer camp on the weekend of July 21-22. United by a common desire to refine their ving tsun skills, thirty-six participants from Austin, Houston, Dallas, and Phoenix gathered at the NVTO headquarters for two days of intensive instruction.

Master Webb's weekend camps provide a unique opportunity to train with many people from different schools and of different shapes, sizes, and skill levels. As Kurt Clauser noted, "The opportunity to touch hands with a lot more people allowed me to polish a lot of the stuff that I'm working on. I'm getting a much more thorough understanding of the finer points of the techniques." Marion Zion agreed: "It was really cool to be able to meet people from all over and train with them. I liked getting a different tip from each person."

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Posted: July 30, 2012, 4:42 p.m.

Harry Lundell Receives the Sifu Title

Interview conducted by Tre Castillo

In December 2009, I had finally decided to formally begin taking martial arts, a decision which brought me to the Austin Ving Tsun Academy headed by Master Jeff Webb.

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Posted: April 10, 2012, 2:56 p.m.

2012 Winter Camp

AUSTIN, TX - The National Ving Tsun Organization held its annual winter camp from Thursday, February 23, through Sunday, February 26. Forty-three students from schools in Texas, California, Arizona, and Virginia gathered at the NVTO headquarters in Austin, TX to train intensively for four hours per day with Master Webb and fellow students and instructors.

This winter camp started out with two special modules for instructors. On Thursday, Master Webb taught a tutorial on wooden dummy chi-sau to a small group of advanced practitioners which included Sifu Robert Jacquet (4th degree), Sifu Kenny Felton (4th degree), Sifu Alex McCarrier (3rd degree), Sifu Robert George (3rd degree), and Harry Lundell (3rd degree). Two of the group also spent time practicing chi-gerk, Ving Tsun's exclusive leg training program. On the subject of chi-gerk, Sifu Jacquet said, "The more advanced material is even simpler than the beginning stuff, and even more effective. I want to get people excited about that -- it's definitely what it's touted to be. It's great stuff! Easy to apply, very effective, and it's very brutal."

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Posted: March 3, 2012, 4:54 p.m.


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