Train Like A Shaolin Monk In The Songshang Mountains In China. July – August 2015


yellow mt2-00210FromFriday 31st July 2015  – Friday 28th August 2015 I’ll be teaching a Shaolin Summer Camp in the Songshang Mountains, a few kilometers away from the Shaolin Temple in China. You’ll train like a Shaolin Monk in authentic Shaolin Kung Fu and Qigong, three times a day, 6 days a week. You can train for a minimum of two weeks or the whole month. The focus will be on training hard! This is not a holiday. IMG_4768Sample Schedule: Most of your training will be done outside. You will start the day with a run up the mountain then come back and do a kung fu session with the emphasis on strength and stamina training, you will then cool down with some Qigong. IMG_4725After you’ve finished training, breakfast will be served. This is usually steamed bread, congee, pickled vegetables and stir fried vegetables. After breakfast you’ll rest and we’ll start our training…

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School’s Out!


Schools Out Collage

With summer quickly approaching, I thought it high time to provide the world with some fresh new tunes to get the blood pumping! Whether you’re nearing summer break, looking forward to days on the beach, or just need something to liven up the drive home from work, we’ve got you covered. The School’s Out playlist features a few of our past guests alongside several new names to the OOTWW community, notably including the international artists Karixon and Z.A.R with their new release “Miss you too“. Click here for a quick link to the full playlist, or continue reading for the long version. Be sure to let us know what you think on our social media pages so we can send your feedback to these fantastic musicians!

  1. Kaleidescape – Collective Disparity ft. Aubrey Shea
  2. Joshua Tree – Leah Nobel
  3. Miss You Too – Karixon ft. Z.A.R
  4. Avenue – Elia…

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VIDESCAPE: New Way For Musicians To Make More Money From Videos And Audio Streaming

Metal Shock Finland (World Assault )


VidEscape is perhaps not a site many musicians and bands are familiar with but all that could change in the coming months. VidEscape is a new video and audio streaming platform designed to allow its users to make more money per view than other streaming sites such as YouTube.

VidescapeMusic videos have long been a large part of the Heavy Metal and Rock scene nad its a scene that is known for producing some amazing and creative offerings from underground bands up to global rock superstars. The music video will never go away and as such VidEscape could be the place to host your bands future video releases especially as Youtube make life very difficult for the working musician……but that’s not all. VidEscape also allows users to upload audio files and those work in the same way…

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