Author Archives: Eric Wong

Hip + Shoulder Flexibility FLOW Drill

This drill requires flexibility, coordination, balance and strength – so it hits many different Biomotor Abilities. It also trains the Push, Twist and Lunge movement patterns in multiple planes of motion, making it one bad ass exercise. Give it a shot: The Cossack portion of this drill definitely requires good adductor flexibility and strength. If…

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On COURAGE, Cramping, Hip Flexibility & Shoulder Impingement

I was browsing through the folder my assistant Madalina keeps for me with all the questions I get from practitioners around the world and I’ll be answering a few about shoulder impingement and some hip flexibility stuff related to my recent “front splits” video. Before we get to that though, I want to share about…

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The WRONG Way to Set Goals (do this instead for LASTING results)

Ahhhh, New Years Resolutions… Set by millions around the world. Broken just a couple of months (or even days) later by those same millions. As such, a lot of “experts” look down upon setting them. But not me. I think when the calendar flips is a perfect time to reflect, re-evaluate and set new intentions on…

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Word is bond

I spent the past weekend in a training course with a focus on finances and personal development. Lots of sitting so I was sure to do a lot of this anti-sitting sequence to ensure my hips didn’t lock up. I’ve been a part of this program for almost 2 years and my participation has had a major positive impact on my life and…

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Drill to Fix Posture and Reduce Shoulder Pain

In this video I share some key principles that apply to any corrective exercise you do. Plus, the drill I share is great for opening up your chest, bringing your shoulders back to where they should be and getting rid of any posture-related shoulder or neck pain. Strength and activation is a necessary component to…

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Standing Band Hip Extensions

This exercise helps you build a solid and clean hip hinge pattern and helps to get your glutes active throughout. Glutes that don’t work during Deadlifts and Squats is a common issue, so if this is something you have problems with, or if you just want to ensure you’re engaging the most important muscle group…

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Monkey Momentum

This exercise not only allows you to act like a primate, it also improves 3 areas: 1) Grip strength 2) Neuromuscular control 3) Shoulder flexibility Give it a shot (oooh ooohs and aah aahhs are optional):

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NEW Drill for Quick Feet (and Hands)

Good footwork is critical in martial arts but there’s a problem with the way most people go about training it. In today’s video, I give you a drill to improve your foot speed as well as discuss this common speed training mistake. I also show you how to apply the same principle to develop hand…

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How to Improve Your Butterfly Stretch [ASK ERIC]

The Butterfly Stretch is a common stretch done by martial artists, runners and anyone who has ever been in a high school gym class. However, it’s a better assessment of your hip flexibility than technique to improve it. In this episode of Ask Eric, I show you different techniques to help you improve your butterfly…

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Quick Workout for Office Worker [ASK ERIC]

I recently got a question asking me to provide a quick workout for an office worker and here’s my response: Got a question you’d like me to answer? Submit your question HERE.

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