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    Kung Fu Quest

    What;'s up CMAer's just derping around on the youtube when I saw this recommended to me by youtube.

    Did a quick search and found nothing. didn't feel like my nonexixtant knowledge of CMA would make even a decent paragraph so I stoled one:

    Posted by lbrother28 on outie.net

    This is a TV series similar to Fight Quest called Kung Fu Quest produced by TVB. It's a showcase of the many major Chinese martial art styles in China. They have young guys with martial art background visiting different masters of each styles and have them show what each style is all about. And similar to the Fight Quest show they have a sparring match at the end.
    Anyway, I really liked this show better than Fight Quest because they actually have genuine masters who really know their stuff and are willing to show how their stuff works. It's only 5 episodes and I enjoyed all of them. I think this series is very good to help people to understand what is real Chinese Kung Fu and its full potential. Enjoy.

    Episodes
    1- Wudang Kung fu
    2- Shaoling Kung Fu
    3- Wing Chun
    4- Hung Gar
    5- Tai Chi

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    Here is a show form the second season

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    It's times like these I wish I could fast-forward my Chinese language study a decade or so, so I could understand what the **** they are saying or at least read ...this poor gwai lo still needs subtitles.

    I watched some of these (can't seem to find the Hung Ga episode but I didn't look long), they are very well put together, I thought, showing how the training differs from performance-based to more sport/competition-based.

    I dig the old master with the cane and glasses. If you are going to be a kung fu master, you should having a pimp style like that.
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    2/24/2012 5:12pm


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    I can't fucking spell.

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    So far I only watchd the one on Xingyi, but it was pretty cool. How exactly, though, do you know which video is which lol? Their Changlish is pretty good, but the video titles are writtin in kanji!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    i really think that those who can't get their head around the bowing thing (because their angry sky daddy will punish them) don't deserve judo. life is full of choices, and if your bronze age superstitions are holding you back, so be it.
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    2/26/2012 5:34pm

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    Kanji? It's called traditional chinese.

    Main points of the Xingyi Video.

    All the masters were delighted to have new people to spar with especially those of different styles that makes them have to step their kung fu up/change.

    One of the masters said. It's great to have these exchanges (sparring) otherwise the kung fu becomes nothing more than an aerobic exercise like running or swimming.

    When you hit in this style it's like hitting a fly, you have to to be quick.

    The first exercise was to show them the difference between relaxed and hard. If you're always hard/stiff :P you risk injury.

    When you punch, dont go horizontal. If you do you will be fighting gravity all the way keeping your fist up. Instead use gravity raise your hand a little higher and let your fist move down and foward.

    Spear was exercise to increase waist power. Jerry (glasses) said he feels after it was like spending lots of time hitting a bag but without the impact damage.

    Philip (kickboxer presenter): It's great that we live in this time. As years ago I would have to hide the fact i did kung fu. Now I am proud to know kung fu and share/learn from others.


    Thats all i remember for now. Hope its some help to you guys.
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    That was really informative Geese, thank you. Is there a website I could use to translate the title of these videos so I know what I'm finna get myself into?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    i really think that those who can't get their head around the bowing thing (because their angry sky daddy will punish them) don't deserve judo. life is full of choices, and if your bronze age superstitions are holding you back, so be it.
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    Oh i found this one



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    2/27/2012 5:32pm

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    Sorry Jwilde my chinese reading sucks ass. I'm using my wife to translate most of the writing and the madarin.

    However if you guys can post the links I'm sure I can ask her to translate them.
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    You can go to translate.google.com to translate the titles, but the only three I can find is for 2 3 and 4, I can't find any others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist View Post
    i really think that those who can't get their head around the bowing thing (because their angry sky daddy will punish them) don't deserve judo. life is full of choices, and if your bronze age superstitions are holding you back, so be it.
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    This is great.

    Here's the link to the Hung Gar one.

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