Category Archives: insanity

Future Training Plans

When it comes to training, I have a couple different things going on: there is my Wing Chun training, and my fitness training. For fitness, I am going by several home-based workout programs that I bought from Team Beachbody. When … Continue reading

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Modified Wing Chun Training

All right, I said that I had changed my Wing Chun training a while back. Now I am finally getting around to explaining how. A few months ago, I had a lot of different things I was doing for Wing … Continue reading

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University Police Officer 1 and Wing Chun Training

A few weeks ago I was sent a letter from SUNY New Paltz that I was eligible to come to the campus and take an agility test for the position of University Police Officer 1. There were only three items … 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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Call to Action: Don’t Let This Video Describe You!!!

In this video I describe the most COMMON objection I hear to people joining in on P90X/Insanity/etc. with me. Is this you? Are YOU going to be one of those people who is all talk and no action? “Yeah, I … 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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