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    Warriors Two

    This was one of my favorite Wing Chun Movies
  2. Thread: Chasing Hands

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    Chasing your opponents hands can be dangerous...

    Chasing your opponents hands can be dangerous especially if they have fast hands.

    I've never been in a dance fight (meaning, fighting with someone dancing around bobbing and weaving and stepping...
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    Thank you for the feedback

    Thank you for the feedback
  4. I started my training as a child in Judo and...

    I started my training as a child in Judo and Karate (goju ryu)

    I've been doing kung fu for the past 19 years..

    I started out more as an external martial artist. Over the years and through a...
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    Our version Of Section 1 Yang Style Tai chi

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eqrTPHrens&list=UUAuCfOo1L3r4cukZvg6expg&feature=share

    I would love to hear your feedback
  6. Thread: Sticking Hands

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    When I practice Chi Sao I strive to stay...

    When I practice Chi Sao I strive to stay connected to my opponent the best I can.
  7. Thread: Chasing Hands

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    When I think of "chasing hands" I think of a...

    When I think of "chasing hands" I think of a person who is literally chasing their opponents hands rather than covering their own center.

    I also think of a person who chasing feints and flinches...
  8. When Does The Student Become The Teacher?

    I've had this conversation with my Sifu I have also discussed this with my own students.

    The fact of the matter is it takes as long as it takes. I still train with my sifu for the past 19 years....
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    Personally I like Tai Chi and Chi'na

    Personally I like Tai Chi and Chi'na
  10. Thread: Fook Sau

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    Here is how we do our Fuk Sao ...

    Here is how we do our Fuk Sao

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m55twzbAufk
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    Favorite Tai Chi Move

    Personally, I think the tai chi form is great for connecting the body. But where i have found tai chi to be most beneficial for me is understanding pressure control.

    Because of tai chi push hands...
  12. Thread: Chain punching

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    I like the video

    Thanks for sharing the video, I like the flow training.
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    Trapping From The Ground

    We recently started adding videos of how we train and learn.

    Take a look and tell us what you think!

    http://www.entertaichi.com/videos/id_25/title_Kung-Fu-Trapping-Hands-Ground-Control/
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    What is do you think?

    We recently started shooting some videos, I was curious as to what people think about them.

    http://www.entertaichi.com/videos/id_21/title_Kung-Fu-Grappling/
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    Sticky: I am 33 years old when i was in my younger years,...

    I am 33 years old when i was in my younger years, I use to lift heavy and often.

    As I started to get older and wiser, I started incorporating more of a cardio routine mixed with a little bit of...
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    Great post on your blog. I think the essence...

    Great post on your blog.

    I think the essence of tai chi is learning pressure control (energy control)

    Its very subtle and you have to be very sensitive to feel it, however if you can master it...
  17. Thread: building Chi

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    Well I have been doing tai chi and chi gung for...

    Well I have been doing tai chi and chi gung for several years.

    I only do about 14 different chi gung exercises. I hate to say this because its better to always work with a teacher, but checking...
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    There is no substitute to training with a real...

    There is no substitute to training with a real person.
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    You know something, threads like this sorta eerk...

    You know something, threads like this sorta eerk the bejebis out of me. Is that even a word?

    I don't claim to know how other people train, but Ive been training as a private student for a very...
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    I think one of wing chuns uniqueness is it...

    I think one of wing chuns uniqueness is it teaches a person to use both sides of the body equally.
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    re:

    Oh ya and it helps align your spine correctly , If you were just trying to have good posture in general you should tuck.
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    Re:

    One of the most basic reasons why you would tuck your butt is (tailbone) to relieve the tension in your knees and direct it to your thighs, there are other reasons but I'd just thought I would...
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    ya i kinda that i spelled that word wrong:( to...

    ya i kinda that i spelled that word wrong:( to lazy to go back and fix that is bad grammer i apolagize:)
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    one more thing i dont disrespect any system of...

    one more thing i dont disrespect any system of fighting nor do i disrespect any person.

    alot of you guys seem to have all the answers, go to all these "so-called masters" go explain to them your...
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    To say mma training is better then any other form...

    To say mma training is better then any other form of training is a fallacy.Since in the end we all end up with 2arms and 2 legs no?

    so basically you are also telling me that size and strength...
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