Category Archives: speed and agility

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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ASYLUM VOLUME ONE: Lots of Catching Up to Do!!!

Well, things have been quite a whirlwind for the last few weeks. The job I thought I had fell through…then another fell through…and then ANOTHER fell through. Finally I will be starting something on June 10. It isn’t anything spectacular, … Continue reading

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ASYLUM VOLUME ONE: Days 2 and 3 (Speed and Agility-Strength)

The schedule for this may seem a bit off because the fit test didn’t count as day 1 as far as the Asylum calendar is concerned, but I counted it that way. Day 2 was really something. I never realized … Continue reading

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