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23 COMMENTS

  1. I thought the video was in a fast forward mode..then I realized how fit the guy is 😅✌🏻

  2. Master Wong, he said to do 4 reps of each. But how many rounds should I be doing? Obviously add more reps as I get better at it, but what would you recommend to get a great workout done?

  3. wow thats fast training ….remember it old skool jkd…same..but never forget the slow to….thai chi.

  4. Master Wong,

    I've been having issues with my basic horse stance in Choy Li Fut because of hip displacement issues. I'm finding the style very difficult to learn, and am worried that I'm damaging my body in my attempts to advance it. I've already invested a large sum of finances in a school that teaches Choy Li Fut, and would love to eventually get the basics of the style down. What advice do you have for someone with physical handicaps or inhibitions when learning a martial art? What style do you think is best suited to protecting joints during practice?

    Best,
    Sean Kent

  5. jeez takes me back to circuit training…20mins of high intense workouts without a rest inbetween certainly will make a person fit..calasthetics i.e. using your body as a weight is pretty effective..you don't need to pay out money each month to get fit..just do that for 20mins lol..then cry 😂😂😂

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