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@geekwingchun
Geek Wing Chun
I help Wing Chun students who can't make it to class often with ideas that allow them to train at home and keep improving their skills.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/GeekWingChun
Punch With Your Elbow, Kick With Your KneeIn this video, I explain a visualization trick that will help you get more power out of your punches and kicks. ***Please hit SUBSCRIBE so you can be updated whenever I post new content.*** ***Please join our community on Facebook!*** https://www.facebook.com/groups/geekwingchun ***Reach out to Steve DIRECTLY with your comments, tips, and questions!*** geekwingchun@gmail.com ***Find us on other social media platforms!*** http://www.geekwingchuninc.com/ http://www.facebook.com/geekwingchuninc https://twitter.com/geekwingchuninc https://www.instagram.com/geekwingchun https://www.pinterest.com/geekwingchun https://www.reddit.com/user/GeekWingChun https://www.tumblr.com/blog/geekwingchun https://mix.com/geekwingchun https://geekwingchun.blogspot.com/ https://geekwingchuninc.wordpress.com/ ***Also, check out these links for our “sister” site Upstate Wing Chun, which is the name Steve has given for the in-person classes he teaches.*** https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQy-fHLcTyJPjBkBvLm0f5w http://www.facebook.com/upstatewingchun https://twitter/com/upstatewingchun https://upstatewingchun.wordpress.com/ ABOUT THIS VIDEO: How do Wing Chun practitioners get so much power out of short-range punches and kicks? The answer lies in the focus of our techniques. Rather than think about the hand or foot, focus on the elbow and knee. Watch the video, and you will get some useful tips on how to increase your "whipping" power. ~~~Steve Grogan
Thoughts on Sleep and InsomniaIn this video, I talk about getting enough sleep, or not, and insomnia. No, I am not a doctor. This is not advice; it is simply me sharing my experience. ***Please hit SUBSCRIBE so you can be updated whenever I post new content.*** ***Please join our community on Facebook!*** https://www.facebook.com/groups/geekwingchun ***Reach out to Steve DIRECTLY with your comments, tips, and questions!*** geekwingchun@gmail.com ***Find us on other social media platforms!*** http://www.geekwingchuninc.com/ http://www.facebook.com/geekwingchuninc https://twitter.com/geekwingchuninc https://www.instagram.com/geekwingchun https://www.pinterest.com/geekwingchun https://www.reddit.com/user/GeekWingChun https://www.tumblr.com/blog/geekwingchun https://mix.com/geekwingchun https://geekwingchun.blogspot.com/ https://geekwingchuninc.wordpress.com/ ***Also, check out these links for our “sister” site Upstate Wing Chun, which is the name Steve has given for the in-person classes he teaches.*** https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQy-fHLcTyJPjBkBvLm0f5w http://www.facebook.com/upstatewingchun https://twitter/com/upstatewingchun https://upstatewingchun.wordpress.com/ ABOUT THIS VIDEO: Everyone knows that sleep is the way of the body and mind recuperating. Recommendations on how much sleep we should get vary, but we all know it is a necessity. Sleep's nemesis is, of course, insomnia...but is it really? How antagonistic is this relationship? There have been many nights where I found myself lying in bed, unable to drift off, and yet I still lay there, trying to stubbornly WILL myself to sleep. Then there have been nights where I say, "Why fight it?" I get up and read a book, write, watch a TV show, and so on, until I am drowsy enough to give it another try. And you know what I've discovered? Four hours of solid, death-like sleep is much more refreshing to me than eight hours of restless sleep. Watch the video to find out more about my thoughts on this and, as I said above, please keep in mind I am not a doctor; I am simply describing my own personal experience. ~~~Steve Grogan