Monthly Archives: November 2013

Random Idea for the Future of My Wing Chun

I don’t know what got me thinking about this the morning after Thanksgiving. Maybe it’s because of a blow-up that almost got out of hand at my house yesterday, a situation with a loudmouth that could have easily gotten physical. … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Vegas-a Surprisingly Great Place to Get Fit

Here is a guest post from Bridget D’Sophia, a self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie. ***** Vegas: A Surprisingly Great Place to Keep Fit Fitness has always been important to me – I used to spend countless hours at the gym. After a … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Low Carb Diet-Is It Healthy?

Here is a guest post by Romayne Warner. ***** Low Carb Diet. Is it healthy? Nowadays, going on a diet in order to lose weight has become synonymous with restricting carbohydrate intake. With the enormous popularity of nutritional programs such … Continue reading

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Humility, Thomas Carlyle and the Martial Arts

Lately I’ve been thinking about attending my wing chun class again for at least one lesson per week. That got me thinking about one of the most important lessons martial arts ever taught me: humility. As always, I’m going to … Continue reading

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Wing Chun Won’t Work in the Ring

What? Can you believe that subject line? Coming from ME??? Well, it is true. It is my opinion that the reason you will never see a true representative of wing chun in the ring is simply this: we don’t train … Continue reading

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Look at Me…the Latest LEVEL ONE SELLER on Fiverr.com!!!

I was looking at my account on Fiverr, and it seemed like I’d met all the goals you needed to go from newbie to level 1 seller. I decided to write to customer support and ask what was up. The … Continue reading

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Accept What Comes: Martial Arts Lessons Applied to Daily Life

Last week at my job we went into a staff meeting simply to not sit at our desks bored anymore because we still don’t have work. One of my coworkers told me she just saw the movie IP MAN. (She … Continue reading

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