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    Shuai Jiao

    What do people think of this system?From what I have experienced they seem to intergrate throws and locks very well.

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    Looks very effective and interesting to me.

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    I get stabby.

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    Incredible art. Very effecive.

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    Shuai Jiao Folks

    How do you guys train? I mean other than sparring. Do you have fighting sets, forms, etc. Just curious about that....
    "I respect you as a man, as well as your art. My blade does not." - Grand Tuhon Leo Gaje

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    Re: Shuai Jiao Folks

    Originally posted by PT-Kali
    How do you guys train? I mean other than sparring. Do you have fighting sets, forms, etc. Just curious about that....
    Obviously, you haven't seen these videos.

    http://emptyflower.stanford.edu/johnwang1.html

    watch vid 11-15. You can watch the other as well. but vid 11-15 holds the answers to your questions..

    wm
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    no, I haven't seen them, nor does it look like I will now, they're not working for me....
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    These are window media file. You can download window media player for both windows and mac. Goto microsoft's site for detail. If you are on other type of OS, then you are out of luck.

    wm
    dazed and confused

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    drilling, apparatus training (pulley, rock pole, etc) sparring, stance training, forms...
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    Not out of luck with other OS's. I watched them using mplayer under Linux.

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    Wow , I hadn't seen those. Cool

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    Question

    Technically I should have started a new thread for this, but what I am asking is fairly close to this thread's topic.

    In Finland - as far as I know, at least - there is no Shuai Jiao, so I cannot ask anybody in person nor can I go and observe myself. I have used the net, but these forums are always the best place to come to with a question like mine.

    Some people say Shuai Jiao is closer to modern day Judo than any other well known martial art. In some sources, however, I have noticed references to ground fighting applications akin to BJJ and others.

    So, my question is this: does Shiao Jiao include any ground fighting techniques?

    Thanks

    //mika
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    Here's a 'typical' 2 hour training session for me.

    1. Warm-up with body rotations
    2. jog for about 20 minutes
    3. cardio. This gets mixed up a lot, but it's basically a combo of wind sprints, form work(in 2 minute rounds), belt cracking, lifting your training partner, push ups, jumping jacks, squats, etc
    4. falling. This is good to get in reps on the throws as well. If you do 5 throws * 20 reps, you've been thrown 100 times
    5. strategy. pick an application and drill it. We use this with light to medium resistance
    6. free wrasslin'
    7. Cool down with stance work
    Last edited by Water Dragon; 01-06-2004 at 06:47 AM.

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    (Whispering on tiptoes: okay, okay, I'll take my question and start a new thread... )
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    I have seen a list of training forms, or whatever. Such as 13 Tai Po and 24 shadow drills, can anyone elaborate on those?
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    In classical Shuai Chiao there is no ground rolling or sacrifice techniques. The SJ attitude is to throw you down hard and stick a sharp object into you. It really was meant for battlefield training in that regard...
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