If you want to do martial arts, then you need to be physically fit. One way that I can guarantee you will get there is if you join my team.
So you are heavily into the martial arts. You could have joined for one of many reasons. Maybe you live in a rough neighborhood and need to defend yourself, or maybe you want to participate in tournaments. Then there is also the possibility that you joined a martial arts school because you want to be in better shape.
At first it seems like you will be able to achieve this dream. You come home from your first couple weeks of class sore from all the stretching and winded from all the jumping around you did. This doesn't bother you, because you know the soreness means you are pushing your body beyond its limits.
Then, to your dismay, the soreness stops. You come home without having shed a single drop of sweat. What could be going on here?
After a while, your body will get used to the strain to which you are subjecting it. That is why the fatigue goes away. Stands to reason, right? Of course, but then the question is, "How do I get to the next plateau?"
Let's say you are studying a martial art like Wing Chun Kung Fu. Anyone who has attended these classes will know that, due to its lack of acrobatic moves, it's not the most physically demanding martial art out there.
So what do you do if the training won't push you to the next level? Well, if you have no sentimental value tied to the art, then you could always switch styles. However, if you love the style you currently take to the point where you can't imagine studying anything else, then you need an alternative.
That's where I come in.
Well, if you are visiting this site because you train in Wing Chun, the reason you should join my team is obvious: I know where you're coming from. I've trained in Wing Chun since 1995, and I know the activities in class will take your health only so far.
Maybe you study another marital art, and you came here because you were curious what I had to say about Wing Chun. Arts like Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, and Karate do work up quite a sweat, but even they have their limitations.
Or maybe you don't study ANY martial art, nor do you plan on it, but you wound up here because you were curious about Wing Chun. Well, I can help you out too!
I know what you're thinking. You already spend a lot of time and money on your martial arts training. How can you possibly afford to devote more to an exercise routine?
Again, you forget: I was there! Not only did I have my martial arts training, but I was working two jobs, AND I had four kids! So I definitely know how you feel, and I felt the same way, but what I found out is that when you want something bad enough, you WILL find a way to do it. "Where there's a will, there's a way." A cliché? Maybe, but in this case it is completely appropriate, not to mention 100% true.
As you can imagine, the responsibility of four kids meant money was pretty tight for me. Add on to that a car loan, student loans, and all the other typical bills that most people have, and you'd think there was no way I could work out.
Yet I did.
And now I want to help you.
This could not be easier. Simply follow this link to create a free account, and I will automatically be assigned as your coach!