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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmes View Post
    Look, I am no expert on the linage of his school... far from it my friend, so really I am the wrong bloke to be having this discussion with.
    Then maybe you shouldn't, of your own volition, have come to Bullshido and fueled the discussion by acting as Gary Martin's mouthpiece.

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    Let's put it in perspective. The last post was April 1 2009.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    i'm kinda glad he did it though. i'm looking forward to visiting this place.

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    My Kung Fu place is on the way you can check it out if you like, I assure you it would not be a wasted trip.

    Sydney: (612) 9787 3305
    37 Warren Ave, Bankstown
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    thanks! i'll see if i can visit there some time too.

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    I should be there tomorrow in the afternoon if you wanna drop by.

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    really? what time?

    does your school have a website?

    do you guys spar?

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    Yang Mian, I am pretty sure I did this for a little while many years ago with a guy at Homebush, before I trained with Gary.

    It looks the same, steel body, steel hand, spring power and so on. The classes I had were one on one with the instructor. Do you learn in a class format or one on one bdang?

    I enjoyed it and the instructor was pretty good although it was hard for me to justify $50 per session.

    Some of the exercises I remember involved swinging the arms around like a windmill to get blood to pool up in the hands (making them hard) and an exhaling exercise where you push your belly out making it hard to resist the impact of incoming strikes.

    Is this the same thing bdang?

    I am interested to find out more?

    How long have you been doing it for?

    How often do you train?

    cheers,

    dalmes

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmes View Post
    I enjoyed it and the instructor was pretty good although it was hard for me to justify $50 per session.
    wooooooo

    if that's the case, i'm afraid i won't be able to visit.

    :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by danno View Post
    wooooooo

    if that's the case, i'm afraid i won't be able to visit.

    :-(
    Yeah, it was pretty steep... was the main reason that I stopped although it was pretty good. Just saying that is what I paid... I don't know if this is what it costs with bdang or even if it is the same organisation or style until he comments.

    cheers,

    dalmes

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