Category Archives: perseverance

December 22, 2016: Training Journal

Okay, I know yesterday I said I was done posting these sorts of entries. However, I think I should still do them. For variety I can always make the other kinds of posts I was discussing as well, so it … 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 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 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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July 11 2016 Wing Chun Training

Remember the schedule I posted a few weeks ago that showed I would train for Wing Chun and my University Police Officer agility test? Well, even though I created that a while back, I was not following it…other than to … 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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Resisting the Pull of Negativity and Drama

Just the other day I posted something on Facebook about how writing out my wing chun training program made me realize that I was learning how to focus like a laser on what is important and what is not. It … Continue reading

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