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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    Hi


    Do you really have to torture me with this soup mixing Chi sau nonsense? What you learn about Ving Tsun from doing chi sau like this I don't know! No wonder mma fighters look at this kind of crap and shake their heads I love Ving Tsun but im shaking my head just the same! People imo need to learn what is actual practical training and what is just a waste of your time and money! don't chase instructors because of their particular lineage go by what you see! and here I see nothing but rubbish!

    Jim.

    ps this is my opinion and could be mine only?
    It is one thing to look, yet another to feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbs View Post
    It is one thing to look, yet another to feel.

    I have felt and have the same opinion.

    Jim

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    Nice chi sao Mark, nice flow and bringing in clinch/takedown aspects into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    I have felt and have the same opinion.

    Jim
    So you have felt that type of chi sau.

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    Yes I have very early in my Ving tsun research looking into what actually worked best so unlike most people i trained in a lot of lineages including this one before i found out what was best for me. This lineage I found imo to be the most impractical!

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    Yes I have very early in my Ving tsun research looking into what actually worked best so unlike most people i trained in a lot of lineages including this one before i found out what was best for me. This lineage I found imo to be the most impractical!

    Jim
    Its good to have a taste of whats out there. I study in this linage and IMO there are benefits to this type of chi sau. Like a tree grows from a seed this leads to a good balanced chi sau where one benefits on both sides. That is not just right side bong sau tan sau but both, where the left side does bong tan sau and u can change sides.

    All that said i enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbs View Post
    Its good to have a taste of whats out there. I study in this linage and IMO there are benefits to this type of chi sau. Like a tree grows from a seed this leads to a good balanced chi sau where one benefits on both sides. That is not just right side bong sau tan sau but both, where the left side does bong tan sau and u can change sides.

    All that said i enjoy it

    Thats great like I said its only my opinion.

    Cheers Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    Hi


    Do you really have to torture me with this soup mixing Chi sau nonsense? What you learn about Ving Tsun from doing chi sau like this I don't know! No wonder mma fighters look at this kind of crap and shake their heads I love Ving Tsun but im shaking my head just the same! People imo need to learn what is actual practical training and what is just a waste of your time and money! don't chase instructors because of their particular lineage go by what you see! and here I see nothing but rubbish!

    Jim.

    ps this is my opinion and could be mine only?
    If the chi sao doesnt look like you think should be, then this doesnt mean that chi cao is bad... Probably just another idea behind...

    Open you mind...


    Jox,

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    Here is one from Jim Fungs school Sydney

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgfApla1RiA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Chiang Po View Post
    As terrible as it might look, the big question here is, can you whip either one of them?
    An even better question is are you putting yourself in a position to be a fight promoter between Internet posters and elderly men?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbs View Post
    Here is one from Jim Fungs school Sydney

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgfApla1RiA

    Hi

    Looks to me better than the Yip Ching/ Sam Kwok stuff!

    Jim.

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    Hi

    Here is one for you

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoCn1ZI5t-w

    jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    No offense, but I hope this isn't you or something you approve of (?) because this is gawd aweful!
    Last edited by JPinAZ; 11-30-2012 at 01:29 PM.
    What chi sau is, or isn't, or is, or wait, what is it..: http://ezine.kungfumagazine.com/foru...2&postcount=90

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    Looks terrible to me (imo) no structure just hand chasing at its best

    JIm
    how can you tell see if someone has structure or not since structure can look like anything or nothing and in some cases can be.
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    Jim Fung school of Sydney demo

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

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