To become a high-level athlete, not only you need to train like one but also live and eat like one. It also means eating proper foods that will nourish and fuel you.
This mindset also applies to martial artists in ancient and present times. Martial artists in the past were soldiers, warriors, personal bodyguards, and securities for transportations of goods.
There are six pillars or components to be proficient in a martial art system. There are in the following:
1) Form (拳)
2) Principle and Theory(心)
3) Training (功)
4) Application (用)
5) Lifestyle (活)
6) Nutrition/ Diet (食)
In Wing Chun literature and maxim, it states the following. If two equally skilled martial artists are in a duel, the one who is better conditioned physically wins.
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As the saying goes – it is faster with a master, especially with the one who practices what he preaches.