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Heavy Elbow Triceps and Bicep Curls

(Part 5 of 5) I also use the heavy elbow concept or technique for standing tricep push downs and bicep curls. For the standing tricep pushdown: start position while keeping core engaged. Grasp the bar or rope with a somewhat loose grip. I tell clients to drive their...

Wing Chun “Heavy Elbows” Meets Strength Training

(Part 4 of 5) Jin Young uses the term “heavy” all of the time, in regard to your elbows. The concept helps you position your arms in the most efficient place for blocks and strikes. It prevents you from using your shoulder and traps excessively. Heavy...

Unlearn Your Mistakes: A Wing Chun Principle

(Part 3 of 5) Ever hear that phrase “Unlearn everything you have learned? Well it’s true in this form of martial art. I give Jin a lot of credit for putting up with us newbies. If you understood the art, you know how frustrating it must have been for him...