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    That is rude. Chin na is a style you are just a hater. He is a quitter. Respect the Shaolin monks the creator of all things Martial.

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    sarcasm? Sorry not good at this....

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    No, he is serious.

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    No longer brothers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    No longer brothers!
    I now have to join Wudang to gain revenge on your Shaolin ass, because you know... Wudang and Shaolin fought all the time. It's a fact.

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    Kama Sutra blue belt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    I used to **** guys like you in prison.
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    Dude I kill people for a fucking living.

    Dipshit

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    Quote Originally Posted by nysanda View Post
    wow! you bought Yang jwing Ming's video tapes! you're cool (sorry , /sarcasm)
    I bought his book.

    Read it.

    It's collected dust now for more than 20yrs. It's in the pile to be used for trading during the coming apocalypse.

    Toilet paper will be a commodity more precious than gold.

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    Here's a video of a standing joint lock actually working. Notice how the setup is completely different from the Qin Na videos.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_718dOW09k#t=01m55s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sri Hanuman View Post
    I now have to join Wudang to gain revenge on your Shaolin ass, because you know... Wudang and Shaolin fought all the time. It's a fact.

    WU TANG WU TANG WU TANG!!!!!!!!!







    Wait, what are we talking about?
    "Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."

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    Quote Originally Posted by nysanda View Post
    this is going to come across as rude, but heck, why not just continue... I spent in excess of 20 years doing TCMA with some well known (and not well known) teachers, "chin na specialist" almost always mean someone with no real style/system, making it up as he goes along

    Do we have punching specialists or kicking specialists? How about "foot sweeps with only the left foot" specialists?

    Crap like this (and the videos) are why no one respects "kung fu" and rightly so IMHO
    Meh, he had a very solid southern kung-fu background, with a smattering of experience in northern systems. He had been very lucky in that his sifu was well-regarded, and could send his student off to other sifu for training. And, what he wanted to learn from these men was chin-na, and TCM, which they were happy to oblige.

    So yes, he made his living via acupuncture and (to a lesser degree) herbal medicine, and a disproportionate amount of his teaching centred on chin-na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Pepper View Post
    Meh, he had a very solid southern kung-fu background, with a smattering of experience in northern systems. He had been very lucky in that his sifu was well-regarded, and could send his student off to other sifu for training.
    Just humor me for a minute

    1. What southern style did he do?
    2. who was his primary teacher?
    3. Who were these other teachers he learned chin na from?

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