I was forced to pull the CSW Public Forum offline this afternoon. We’ve been experiencing some spam issues with the forums lately and we don’t want to get blacklisted.
Not to worry though! With this new format we will be adding so much new content, you won’t miss it! Be sure to check this blog regularly!
I will be going through my Paulson archives soon to look for more cool stuff to show you guys. Also, I will be attending the CSW 2008 Camp at Erik’s gym next month. I will be filming the coach and instructor curriculum dvds with Erik and also I will be filming the camp for a new dvd set later this spring!
This is shaping up to be an awesome year for CSW and we are relying on feedback from you guys to make this site everything you want it to be and help CSW grow! Be sure to drop a comment on any of our blog posts you check out. Let us know what you think!
Also be sure to check out the Members Section for TONS of video already posted and much more to come. We will be filming a lot of new content at the end of this month for members only. Not a member? Join Today! The video clips alone make it worth it!
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Erik takes us on the Coffee Run! He shares training routines and nutritional information while giving a quick tour of the surrounding area near the CSW Training Center.
The videos are presented in two parts.
Erik Paulson will personally guide you through his new gym in Fullerton, CA!
4080 N. Palm St.
Fullerton, CA 92835
About Erik Paulson
(Excerpt from Karate Kung Fu Illustrated, February 1997)
When Erik Paulson was just a little guy, he used to tell his wrestling fanatic brother, “If you’re a good puncher and kicker, nobody can take you down.”
One day, Paulson’s brother answered with a challenge: “You want to bet? A wrestler will always beat a karate guy”
So Paulson and his brother went at it — on several occasions. ” I could hit him a few times, but he could always get lucky and take me down, ” Paulson remembers. “Later I started to realize that that he kept on getting lucky. I’d hit him, but I’d end up on my back. Then he’d get me in a side straddle or side headlock. From that time on, I knew in the back of my mind that wrestling was the thing I liked most.”