by Phil Bradley
Direct download, Kindle format
Fitness Training for Wing Tsun was available for quite some time but has been taken offline for major updates and enhancements. When available again, you will also see it in the new Kindle format.
Wing Tsun is phenomenal for fighting, but because the art is so efficient, sometimes we do not get the same physical conditioning benefits that our counter-parts in other methods do. Because of that, one of the only ways we can get in good physical shape is through sparring (a great way, of course, but sometimes not always practical with each and every class.
Fitness Training for Wing Tsun takes my years of experience investigating a plethora of exercise programs and routines, and compares them side-by-side with how they can affect your Wing Tsun training.
1.1 What's the Difference Between Health and Fitness?
1.2 The Importance of Sound Nutrition
1.3 Exercise Programs
2.1 Strength Training
2.2 Endurance Training
3.1 Strength Training
3.2 Endurance Training
4.1 Strength Training
4.2 Endurance Training
5.1 Tracking Your Results
5.2 Maintaining Your Fitness Level
5.3 Blank Training Charts
In addition to a variety of strength and endurance routines, I also outline various nutritional programs (both commercial and personal) in showing what I have found to be beneficial – as well as harmful – to our Wing Tsun performance. With programs from Certified Fitness Trainers and Specialists in Martial Arts Conditioning via the International Sports Sciences Association, these programs revolve around proven methods and industry-standard principles to quickly bring you the fastest results possible in a safe, effective and fun way.