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Training Notes

Rest assured, I have still been training. However, I have not had much time to post about it. This past Sunday, I went back to my first Wing Chun gathering in a long time. It was great, and I learned … Continue reading

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December 21, 2016: Training Journal

I am already thinking of changing up how I do this. After all, my Wing Chun routine consists of pretty much the same thing every day. Posting the same stats repeatedly all week could get a little bland. So what … Continue reading

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Further Wing Chun Training

I got curious as to what my Sifu thought would elevate my Wing Chun to the next level, so I asked him via Facebook. This is the laundry list of what he said to me: 1) Reflex practice in drills … 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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Still Training Still Running Still Improving

Yesterday I did the first two Wing Chun forms (Sil Lum Tao and Chum Kiu) five times each, with 100 punches at the end, for a total of 1000 punches. Business as usual. I also did 40 push-ups and 40 … Continue reading

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Back to Training Despite Some Bad News

I went for my 1.5 mile run today. Sadly, the humidity got the better of me and I was able to do only 0.92 miles. Oh well. Maybe I went too long without training? Who’s to say? At any rate, … Continue reading

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Lousy Injury Delays Training

On Friday night, I went for my 1.5 mile around my neighborhood instead of heading down to the track. The next day, I noticed the right side of my right foot felt sore. I must have come down on it … Continue reading

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