When we decided to interview Sifu Todd Walsh, we had no idea just how much we would love this interview…
It was done spontaneously. You are in for a treat and we hope you love this interview as much we do! Sifu Todd Walsh talks about his personal martial arts journey including how he met Sifu Phu Ngo.
We were going to just give this interview to our members, but after re-watching it a few times and discussing it with the team… We decided this was just to good to not share it with you!
One question that I think Sifu’s around the world get asked all the time by a student is: How long will it take me to get good at Kung Fu?
Each person is different, so the answer is it takes as long as it takes! I know you probably don’t like that answer, however, if you listen towards the end of Sifu Todd’s interview, he tells you what it really takes to be good at any martial arts.
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marco breccia says
at what age a child can starts with win chu lessons? Thanks and greetings from Italy
It depends on the child I think. Sifu Phu started training when he was 8. Sifu Todd has a son and I believe he started training him (at least doing rudimentary stuff like punches, working on balance) at around 6 maybe? Lessons at that age certainly have to be geared towards developing fine motor control and balance moreso than actually learning techniques and application in my opinion. Then when they’re a little bit older and have benefited from having better balance and coordination, getting into the more detailed stuff like forms and drills will be easier for them.
Todd W says
Like Joe says I have a son who I train along with a classmate of his since they were five. I did not train them in the same manner I would an adult. I started with flexibility, balance, and strength drills and as much of the first form (Wing Chun) as I saw them able to absorb. I would start with 20 minutes and worked up to about 40 minutes of what I wanted them to work on, and then I let them pick their favorites of the exercise drills when I saw their concentration wander. The lessons go from 45 minutes to an hour depending on their focus. Would a sample of things I have them work on be useful to you?
Danny L says
Great interview, enjoyed it!
Thank you Sifu Todd, and Jamie, and all those behind the scene LOL
Jamie Pelaez says
I’m glad you enjoyed it Danny! And you are welcome! 🙂
Martin L says
Thank you Jamie great job interview. Thank you Todd for be honest.
Jamie Pelaez says
Thank you Martin!