Category Archives: arms

Wing Chun AND University Police Officer Training

Today was supposed to be my day of rest, but since I missed doing the University Police Officer training yesterday, I had to do it today. There are only 3 exercises to be done for the agility test: push-ups, sit-ups … Continue reading

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Tuesday University Police Officer Training

Although I will still train wing chun on Tuesday, I consider this more of a University Police Officer training day. You shall see why when I explain it all. The top portion was covered in yesterday’s post. Now on to … Continue reading

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10 Minute Trainer: Upper Body-Core Cardio-Day 1

Yes, I am back! The other day I made a decision once I got to work that it was time to start working out again. I went into the Super Gym on wwww.teambeachbody.com and loaded in the auto-schedule for it. … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: The 4 Biggest and Most Common Bodybuilding Mistakes You Can Make

Here is yet another guest post from Lisa Morton! ***** The 4 Biggest and Most Common Bodybuilding Mistakes You Can Make When it comes to bodybuilding, almost every amateur in the game will at some point or another be guilty … Continue reading

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Developing Wing Chun Punching Speed

I am still reading THE ART OF EXPRESSING THE HUMAN BODY. One subject I keep dwelling on is how Bruce Lee developed his punching speed. In the book, John Little quotes Lee’s student Dan Inosanto. Dan says that Bruce would … Continue reading

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Isn’t P90X Hard?

In this video I address one of the most common questions I hear about P90X. It also happens to be the most common reason people never do anything about their fitness! There are only two options here: either you want … Continue reading

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P90X2 and Asylum: My Functional Fitness Answers

As some of you may know from previous posts, I’m on a big kick now to get into functional fitness for my wing chun training. I started rereading THE ART OF EXPRESSING THE HUMAN BODY, a book by John Little … Continue reading

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