Category Archives: observation

The Last Couple Days

My nutrition has been garbage for the last two days, to the point where I didn’t even bother outlining it on here. However, as of today I bounced right back and ate all but one serving of protein. A few … Continue reading

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Set a New Record for Running 07-24-2016

Today I was at my mother’s house when I decided to go for my run. (I usually do it on Sunday evenings, but my girlfriend and I went to her 20 year high school reunion, then had to grocery shop, … Continue reading

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This Training Schedule Needs a Revamp

Today I went for a run, and it took me 20:06 to do 1.5 miles. That amounts to a loss of yet ANOTHER minute. My stamina should be going UP, not DOWN!!! UGH! Then I thought about it: yesterday I … Continue reading

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Wing Chun Shadow Boxing July 15 2016

Now we are caught up to the present! One thing I want to say before I forget: I was looking up articles on how often I should stretch to gain some flexibility. To my surprise, I found many articles that … Continue reading

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My Daily Wing Chun and Fitness Training Routine

For those who know me beyond this blog and other forms of social media (and even for those who don’t), they will look at the training schedule I have outlined for myself and wonder: “How the hell do you fit … Continue reading

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My History With Wing Chun

Yesterday I posted about my Wing Chun training schedule in a Facebook group, and someone asked me why I do Chum Kiu (second form) 8 times a day, but I do Sil Lum Tao and Biu Jee (first and third … Continue reading

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What a Sifu Is and Should Never Be

How do you like my Zeppelin reference? I’m not a super huge Zeppelin fan, but I found the title amusing. Anyway, just the other day I was thinking about my wing chun training, how I have been CONSISTENTLY doing the … Continue reading

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