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Warrior’s Guild Episode 3 – Interview with Acupuncture & Natural Medicine Dr. Ken Hoffman

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Warriors Guild Episode 3. Our Host Andy DiGuiseppi Interviews Acupuncture and Natural Medicine Dr. Ken Hoffman Andy and Ken discuss some of his most recent happenings, his history in martial arts, his time in the armed forces, owning his own school, and traveling to Asia, as well has theories on ancient healing modalities and the…

Warrior’s Guild Episode 2 – Interview with Pro MMA Fighter Jesse James Kosakowski

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Warriors Guild Episode 2. Our host Andy DiGuiseppi interviews Pro MMA Fighter Jesse James Kosakowski Andy and Jesse discuss some of Jesse’s most recent happenings, his offline training, his home routines. We discuss fitness, diet and fighter nutrition, as well as his experiences in the cage, and in various gyms in the state. Some nice…

Video Pass

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Wing Chun can not be mastered by watching it in a video. It has to be practiced first hand. So why is a video pass even worth it then?  It's not like you can actually touch hands with anyone in that classroom? While this is true and extremely important to point out about online martial...

New Stickers Just Arrived.

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New stickers just arrived and are free to anyone who asks. Using our snake and crane design that landed on our new T-shirts from this last season, we finally started to get the graphic produced on a variety of CT Wing Chun swag.  Put them on your shirt, your car, your water canteen, or on…

Study finds that heel-down posture in great apes and humans confers a fighting advantage

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Walking on our heels, a feature that separates great apes, including humans, from other primates, confers advantages in fighting, according to a new University of Utah study published today in Biology Open. Although moving from the balls of the feet is important for quickness, standing with heels planted allows more swinging force, according to study…