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    james C, i ran on my heels until I bought a pair of 5 fingers, then my running changed forever, do yuo have pair? there a must for walking running and hiking
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    Yeah I do. I bought a pair of KSOs last year and they are my shoes of choice when I have to wear them.

    I do all my running barefoot now though
    It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand. - Apache Proverb

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    Our newest exclusive web article

    The Return of our Publisher's blog. READ Shaolin Ways Episode 3: Praying Mantis by Gene Ching



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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneChing View Post
    The Return of our Publisher's blog. READ Shaolin Ways Episode 3: Praying Mantis by Gene Ching



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    Very nice article Gene!

    FYI the Qixing Tanglang master you learned from in Yantai was Yu Tianlu, brother of Yu Tiancheng and disciple of Lin Jingshan (who was also the master of Yu Hai, before he created his sports wushu version of Tanglang). Yu Tianlu passed away in 2013. I have some of footage of you guys learning Beng Bu that day, sent to me by Eric. Great to see this pic. Eric was definitely a great guy. As you indicated in the article, he was a mantis nut through and through. Probably the most obsessive and thorough researcher of his day. Very open and generous too. We exchanged lot of material over the years. May he RIP.

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    Awesome B.Tunks! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by B.Tunks View Post

    FYI the Qixing Tanglang master you learned from in Yantai was Yu Tianlu, brother of Yu Tiancheng and disciple of Lin Jingshan (who was also the master of Yu Hai, before he created his sports wushu version of Tanglang).
    I was half hoping someone might recognize him here. You've renewed my faith in our forum.
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    No worries. Glad to be of assistance!

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