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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecrusher69 View Post
    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.

    Because imo if the arms ie fixed elbow position is actually non existent this will equal bad structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPinAZ View Post
    No offense, but I hope this isn't you or something you approve of (?) because this is gawd aweful!


    No i dont approve just an example of the threads original video lineage!

    Jim
    Last edited by jimhalliwell; 12-01-2012 at 02:50 AM.

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    Hi hobbs.. Ive see vids from your school. Good stuff . You guys have structure, but my point about structure is it cant be seen but can be felt. Some people think stucture is the way you hold a tan sao a certain way, but its not. Structure can look like anything. Because its noy in the way iy looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecrusher69 View Post
    Hi hobbs.. Ive see vids from your school. Good stuff . You guys have structure, but my point about structure is it cant be seen but can be felt. Some people think stucture is the way you hold a tan sao a certain way, but its not. Structure can look like anything. Because its noy in the way iy looks.
    You can only feel nim lik not see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbs View Post
    Jim Fung school of Sydney demo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZtHwRrKbHk
    Didn't like the knife defense or much of the gate changing going from outside gate to inside gate for no apparent reason than trying to look fast not for me imo. If i had the knife he would be cut to shreds to be honest. Still light years ahead of Sam kwok.

    Jim.

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    Sum Nung wing chun chi sau

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-gKGR08MgM

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    Quote Originally Posted by k gledhill View Post

    kev for gods sake!

    here you go some proper ving tsun

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr59XqhFgr4

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    kev for gods sake!

    here you go some proper ving tsun

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr59XqhFgr4

    jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    kev for gods sake!

    here you go some proper ving tsun

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr59XqhFgr4

    jim
    Bruce lee playing table tennis, got to check this out. This was filmed before special effects & is the real deal so they say

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by k gledhill View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    [kev for gods sake!

    here you go some proper ving tsun

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr59XqhFgr4

    jim
    You guys do make me laugh

    You do know and understand that Wing Chun as a system in itself actually existed BEFORE IP Man don't you??

    I know he had a great impact on how us westerners train, but I have an appreciation for most things pre-1970's too and the Vietnam/Malayasian/Singapore schools all have this flavour... different but never wrong IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneTiger108 View Post
    You guys do make me laugh

    You do know and understand that Wing Chun as a system in itself actually existed BEFORE IP Man don't you??

    I know he had a great impact on how us westerners train, but I have an appreciation for most things pre-1970's too and the Vietnam/Malayasian/Singapore schools all have this flavour... different but never wrong IMHO
    I tend to base training on use and being of practical use! or i dont do it.


    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    I tend to base training on use and being of practical use! or i dont do it.


    Jim
    Practical in what context??

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennR View Post
    Practical in what context??
    Well for example if im doing some kind of hand drill lets say chi sau my hands are always trying to control my partners centre and look for openings to attack all the time. Some of the examples above are just rolling round and mixing soup! Now before you jump on me I know chi sau is not fighting but it is the bridge between forms and fighting and to gain sensitivity in a practical way rather than creating rounded movements when linear ones are far more efficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhalliwell View Post
    I tend to base training on use and being of practical use! or i dont do it.


    Jim
    So is this comment suggesting that you haven't had any experience of Vietnam-type Wing Chun, and so you have not been taught why the 'exercises' they are practising ARE of practical use??

    Or are you simply dismissing it for the 'look' rather than the 'feel'??

    Now I appreciate the evolutions Ip Man made to a pretty 'old fashioned' system but to be so dismissive with no practical experience of what you are looking at makes no sense to me... but no biggie, you sound like you train hard and train well for what you want so respects to ya
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