Category Archives: form

December 28, 2016: Training Journal

WING CHUN AND EXERCISE *Sil Lum Tao *Chum Kiu *Biu Jee *Mook Jong *Challenge Set 1 *Challenge Set 2 *10 Minute Trainer: Yoga Flex NUTRITION *BREAKFAST: bread (1 grain), peanut butter (1 protein), string cheese (1 dairy) *SNACK 1: small … Continue reading

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December 15, 2016: Training Journal

Today my work day is getting cut short: I am leaving at 12:15PM for a holiday party. Usually I do my forms and techniques throughout the day. Knowing this, I got up earlier than usual and did some of my … Continue reading

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Modifying Wing Chun Training to Accommodate the Rest of Life

As anyone who has been reading this blog knows, I have been really pushing myself with my Wing Chun training. Every day, I aim to do my forms at least 10 times per day and 1000 punches per day. I … Continue reading

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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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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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Why Martial Arts Forms Aren’t Useless

On many levels, Bruce Lee is an idol of mine. Why? Because he refused to follow blindly. He knew a true martial artist should question the way things are done, and from there come up with their own way. However, … Continue reading

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