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    [QUOTE=robertdreeben;1294728]" No probs, I...

    No probs, I kind of like it.
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    [QUOTE=robertdreeben;1294721] Who's this...

    Who's this Angerlich dude? :p

    Haven't tried that advice - I usually stand at about 45 degrees to the direction of travel, working both forward and sideways, but mix it up, too. Interesting. Our...
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    Perhaps this is true of pure striking, but...

    Perhaps this is true of pure striking, but sustained slow pressure is definitely part of a grappling situation.

    Other than solo stance work, breathing, forms, etc. and trying to "sink" I do not...
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    Circle steps appear elsewhere in my CK and BJ...

    Circle steps appear elsewhere in my CK and BJ also. Do not use the 4 part method anywhere.
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    Yep, got posted on martialtalk a couple of days...

    Yep, got posted on martialtalk a couple of days ago. Not worth watching unless you want to reinforce prejudices about WC/WT being a crap fighting art.
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    Yes, all 3 forms. "Lightly float" is probably...

    Yes, all 3 forms.

    "Lightly float" is probably the best description. about a millimetre off the ground. With occasional very light scraping.
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    He posts pretty regularly on Facebook as Sifu...

    He posts pretty regularly on Facebook as Sifu Phillip Redmond.
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    I don't use that opening. I use two circling...

    I don't use that opening. I use two circling steps to open the stance for the form.
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    My lineage uses a stance with feet parallel. The...

    My lineage uses a stance with feet parallel. The knees come in slightly, but they are not pulled or forced in. The stance should be reasonably comfortable, hanging together on the tendons rather than...
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    Without Wing Chun history, there would be way...

    Without Wing Chun history, there would be way fewer topics to argue about in Wing Chun forums. And history often bleeds into non-historical flame wars - win/win.
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    I agree. Also, everyone seems to have their own...

    I agree. Also, everyone seems to have their own definition of what internal and external are, and they are almost always self serving. Most of the related discussions go nowhere because there is no...
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    Still cheaper than paying $88.88 for Hendrik's...

    Still cheaper than paying $88.88 for Hendrik's book.
  13. Thread: Good bye KFO

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    Not much point arguing with Hendrik now he is...

    Not much point arguing with Hendrik now he is gone. Unless he comes back. How likely is that?

    That young lady in the white T shirt is HOT, bro. Feel free to post more pics of her.
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    Woo hoo! I want me some of that, bro :D

    Woo hoo! I want me some of that, bro :D
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    I'm not sure "[your] book suggestion" and...

    I'm not sure "[your] book suggestion" and "[facing] reality" belong in the same sentence.
  16. Thread: Good bye KFO

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    You won't know who John Farnham is, but even he...

    You won't know who John Farnham is, but even he has had fewer "last farewell concerts" than you.

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    There's not exactly a shortage of fat ba$tards in...

    There's not exactly a shortage of fat ba$tards in the internal arts ... Wang Shu-chin

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    I made no such assumption about what the OP is...

    I made no such assumption about what the OP is looking for, but that's probably right.
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    I don't have children and for that reason...

    I don't have children and for that reason consider myself poorly qualified to teach them.

    In my experience it is a rare child that has the focus and discipline to train Kung Fu the way adults do....
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    The trouble with Wing Chun books (and other...

    The trouble with Wing Chun books (and other media, for that matter) is that they are generally only useful to the writer's specific lineage. And many are pushing a particular agenda.

    I actually...
  21. I'm not a pro scientist, but ... I guess you...

    I'm not a pro scientist, but ...

    I guess you can test the body (and skeletal/muscular, the distinction between those needs clarification) aspects of "6133S" by measuring the ability to absorb and...
  22. Zuti, I'm no fan of Hendrik and don't understand...

    Zuti, I'm no fan of Hendrik and don't understand why Robert Chu wastes time with him, but ...

    Robert claimed to teach Wayne Yung his structure tests (which he first published fifteen years ago...
  23. I watched the video ... at my own risk. if there...

    I watched the video ... at my own risk. if there is a risk, you probably should have a waiver.

    I'm still waiting to pass the event horizon / line of no return. Astrophysicists (science ... see...
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    Hey Glenn! I spend most of my online time on...

    Hey Glenn!

    I spend most of my online time on Facebook these days. Get more of a mix of stuff there. I train and teach BJJ mostly these days, though I'm still doing my WC forms most days (did some...
  25. Thread: Secrets

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    Secrets are ultimately self defeating. IMO there...

    Secrets are ultimately self defeating. IMO there are correlations between combat skills and cryptography.

    Amateur cryptographers use "security through obscurity". On the assumption that hiding the...
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