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    Some demo footage from my school...

    "The true meaning of a given movement in a form is not its application, but rather the unlimited potential of the mind to provide muscular and skeletal support for that movement." Gregory Fong

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    CCK TCPM Qigong demos...

    "The true meaning of a given movement in a form is not its application, but rather the unlimited potential of the mind to provide muscular and skeletal support for that movement." Gregory Fong

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    Two Man Saber

    We were invited to perform on TV in Tampa to give a little pizzazz to their clips on Kung Fu Panda 2
    This was taught to me by Steve Cottrell to whom I am grateful for a series of exciting saber techniques

    Two Man Saber

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    A short clip some may find useful:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwzzcaNvsyA
    Richard A. Tolson
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    53 years of training, 43 years of teaching and still aiming for perfection!

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    Nice vid Richard,

    Here is the other vid from the IP seminar with Rod:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZwzx...eature=related

    ginosifu

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    A short introduction to the Qixing Tanglangquan millstone palm (磨 盤 掌 m pn zhǎng) technique:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snDoyeySQC8
    Richard A. Tolson
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    There are two types of Chinese martial artists. Those who can fight and those who should be teaching dance or yoga!

    53 years of training, 43 years of teaching and still aiming for perfection!

    Recovering Forms Junkie! Even my twelve step program has four roads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooyingmantis View Post
    A short introduction to the Qixing Tanglangquan millstone palm (磨 盤 掌 m pn zhǎng) technique:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snDoyeySQC8
    I love the mantis 磨盤掌(m pn zhǎng). It can be used to set up leg seizing throw or neck mopping throw. IMO, the mantis system is the best style to be integrated with the Chinese throwing art.

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    Hey Richard, nice looking training space, looks great.

    We use this mo pan quite a bit, usually start it entering with yang zhang (back-hand) and then apply the mo pan. Good stuff!
    I am still a student practicing - Wang Jie Long

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    Quote Originally Posted by yu shan View Post
    Hey Richard, nice looking training space, looks great.

    We use this mo pan quite a bit, usually start it entering with yang zhang (back-hand) and then apply the mo pan. Good stuff!
    Jim,
    The video was taken at a Taekwondo school in Cincinnati. I wish it were my school. The building is literally big enough to put my house in and still have room to train.
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    Last edited by mooyingmantis; 07-12-2011 at 04:51 PM.
    Richard A. Tolson
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    There are two types of Chinese martial artists. Those who can fight and those who should be teaching dance or yoga!

    53 years of training, 43 years of teaching and still aiming for perfection!

    Recovering Forms Junkie! Even my twelve step program has four roads!

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    Russian Two man

    Here are some Russians with nice moves that I enjoyed watching.
    I would myself not have chosen to try those moves on the wet tarmac or street, but to each his...

    Looks like they practice some moves for show. Then two guys spar on some very dangerous surfaces before one guy has enough.

    The deng pu on the street seems particularly nasty. Looks like the fallee was shaken from that take down.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhtfX..._order&list=UL

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    Tanglang Selected Techniques

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFeRbJ3Tmgk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis Minsk View Post
    Tanglang Selected Techniques

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFeRbJ3Tmgk
    Very nice combos! I like how you also practice techniques against the "southpaw" stance.
    Richard A. Tolson
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    There are two types of Chinese martial artists. Those who can fight and those who should be teaching dance or yoga!

    53 years of training, 43 years of teaching and still aiming for perfection!

    Recovering Forms Junkie! Even my twelve step program has four roads!

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