Category Archives: balance

Wing Chun: Chum Kiu and 10 Minute Trainer

For reasons I don’t care to go into, last night was my first night home in a week. All I wanted to do was cuddle up to my wife and go to sleep, but I had an inner voice nagging … 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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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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Further Fitness Research for My Wing Chun

Ever since I reopened the John Little book THE ART OF EXPRESSING THE HUMAN BODY, I’ve been doing nothing but study up on this concept of functional fitness. The way I see it, these are the most important things for … Continue reading

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Functional Fitness

The other day I started to read a book about Bruce Lee’s training methods called THE ART OF EXPRESSING THE HUMAN BODY. It got me thinking: have I been on the wrong path all along here? Rather than go by … Continue reading

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P90X Classic Plus: Days 18-28

FIRST, A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: I have started filming myself during my workouts and created a Youtube channel that is strictly for fitness (and wing chun, of course). You can see me at: http://www.youtube.com/user/coachstevieg2012 Now, on to the blog itself… Wow, … Continue reading

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P90X Classic Plus: Day 11 (Fountain of Youth)

I tried FoY today instead of Yoga X. It felt like the pain in my right foot was gone, but then there were times when it would flare up unexpectedly. Diana wrapped my foot with an Ace bandage, and that … Continue reading

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