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    Instructor courses

    Hi everybody,

    I have been looking for some time on the web, but have not found much.
    I am looking for intensive courses during which I can train full time.
    Have found one wing chun course in australia.
    I don't care about location, usa, europa, asia or whatwever, but would be glad if it was a residential course.
    The style itself is not that important, however I am not so much into wing chun.
    So if anyone knows of any couses that would be really great.
    Does not even need to be an instructor course, although that would be ideal, just intensive training.

    Thank you for your time


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    Welcome to Bullshido. If you are going to study Wing Chun, make sure you learn the real, deadly Wing Chun. Foom!

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    Yes the Senshusei course is indeed interesting, however I am afraid it starts only in April, which is a bit late for me.

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    What's your martial arts background?

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    Oh, it's three years of boxing, none in CMA. (In fact, I have seen some opinions which state that this is good because of the lack of bad habits.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by deremifri View Post
    Oh, it's three years of boxing, none in CMA. (In fact, I have seen some opinions which state that this is good because of the lack of bad habits.)
    Well, boxing will certainly develop its own habits that you may be chided for in CMA. What's your interest in becoming an instructor in a style you've never done before? I'd recommend trying it out to see if its even something you really want to do for the long term. It'd suck to learn a few years down the line that you're really not too keen on teaching/practicing this stuff.

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