Thread: Chris Crudelli's KUNG FU
1/04/2013 5:48pm, #21
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That guy's hand doesn't look like he can do a forefist punch with his first 2 knuckles properly anymore.
1/04/2013 7:00pm, #22
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Dale correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't high level iron palm training eschew the deformation of the hand? My experience with TCMA and Iron Palm was that the physical hitting of the bag was pre-empted by specialized breathing and followed by medicine applied to the hand. I'm interested to see if the training in this video is illustrated a bit more in the show and if they are using a Jow or other training along with striking the bag.Secret moves such as hitting a thing with your hand and hitting a thing with your leg have been stolen and degenerated by arts like karate, boxing, muay-thai, Kung-fu, and basketball. -Epicurious
I for one welcome our new Ninja overlords.
I figure fighting a group of chunners would be like water torture, its not the force as such, just the constant trickle of chain punches wearing down your sanity. -The Juggernoob
1/04/2013 8:19pm, #23
1/05/2013 12:50am, #24
1/05/2013 5:16am, #25
...and his Left Hand? Does he use it as well for Breaking or does it just 'hold' the brick? Is there much difference between his Left and Right Hands? I mean, is there much calcification, engorgement of muscle in both hands, or would it be just the Right hand?
The latter 2 photos posted by Rabbit look to be two different people.
1/05/2013 8:35am, #26
I can break 4 inches of real concrete blocks as well as flat breaks on the ground with real blocks.
The bricks over in China always seem to be far inferior and break rather easy. I would love to see any of these people come over here and break some real bricks that are made to last and not give out with a hard rain....
There is another video of a clown hand man breaking solid granite sidewalk trim. That is impressive. The brick breaks not so much knowing these bricks are not fire bricks.
Also why would you want a clown hand that tells everyone over a mile away from you that you have a trained hand. It is nice having something that is more covert than overt.
Here are some photos of my hands. Big, but not clown hands and I do not have any issues with my hand health. The clown hand people are going to have issues when they get older.
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1/05/2013 8:48am, #27
Pretty cool series. I thought it was cool how devoted the old guy at the end of the episode was to his weapons and master.
The hand thing was freaky.
1/05/2013 4:19pm, #28
You had me at the beard Dale.
Had me at the beard.
1/05/2013 4:21pm, #29
Hey Dale, did you notice some of the "tricks" in the W.Rabbit video or is it just me?
Now Rabbit, I want you to look at those pictures and look at Dales. Notice how BOTH of yours have that huge bulge or deformity below the thumb?
1/05/2013 4:32pm, #30