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  1. Peter H. is offline

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    He's one of the Moderator's at E-Budo, the Aikido forum. Why doesn't someone invite him over to discuss this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Collar
    http://members.shaw.ca/tmanifold/

    This guy seems to be another "martialist" like Phat Phil, Dan Webre and Don Rearic. At least he has sense enough not to put any close up photos of himself so we can't make fun of his eyebrow. It appears that he's a cyber-buddy of Phil's. Birds of a feather...

    He says he's 24, been training for 10 and never got above a yellow belt. He's been teaching a curriculum based on miltary combatives (apparently from the Canadian Army), Judo, Shotokan, sumission wrestling and Aikido for five years. What a festering pile of feces!!!

    Hey, maybe we should call and arrange a seminar. He claims that his rates are very reasonable. :dark1:

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    Query: How does one "co-found" a fighting system and only retain a brown belt within it? :glasses11 ->

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    ON THE EDGE WITH "SHARP PHIL" THE MARTIALIST!!!

    "On The Edge" Radio

    Kelly Worden and Robert Humelbaugh talk with Phil Elmore, a professional writer, author and martial artist who began his formal training around 1990.

    A dedicated student of self-defense, he currently studies Wing Chun Kung Fu and holds a brown sash in Shanliang Li, a martial system he co-founded with David W. Pearson.

    Phil began publishing The Martialist in May of 2003 as a means of leveraging the success of his personal website, PhilElmore.com.

    He is a member of the National Rifle Association, an avid student of knife fighting, and a caustic polemicist known for his sardonic commentary.. 59 min. (9-11-2004)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzei
    Another tough guy wanna be. I wonder if "trained in" all of these military and RBSD consisted of one or two day seminars.
    Does it matter? Tony Manifold has been called a "combatives expert" by hikuta instructor, Jack Sellner. I'm certain Asia will be impressed. Only one problem, what's Hikuta and who the heck is Jack Sellner?

    "Tony Manifold is a Canadian citizen, martial artist, and military man who has been called a "combatives expert" by Hikuta instructor Jack "Savage" Sellner."

    http://members.shaw.ca/tmanifold/manifoldinterview.htm
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    Posted On:
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    I wouldn't quite lump Tony with Phil, Dan, or Don. He's not completely ignorent of combative sports, but definately hasn't done them at a high level. That's no big deal I guess. His resume does seem a little "stretched", like anybody's would be when young and of limited experiance. Phil is clueless, but sincere. Dan is a con man. Don is just a know-it-all prick with some knowledge.
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    People with a little bit of knowledge are stupid... or was that dangerous??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
    Only one problem, what's Hikuta and who the heck is Jack Sellner?
    Ohhhhh->

    "The story of Hikuta boxing, instead, begins in the Land of the Pharoahs as depicted below."


    "Two people attack Al Abidin in the parking lot. Using the speed of the Hikuta Hand, he strikes both of them, seemingly at the same time"
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    More Hikuta nonsense you never wanted to know about->



    "This group of Hikuta experts developed their skills in Egypt in approximately 2500 B.C. A group of specialists in the fields of physics, anatomy, psychology, physiology, combat and executive protection, worked together to form a method of self-defense called Kuta to protect the Pharaohs. The art was effective even using only their hands against an armed attacker, even though they also were trained to use weapons."
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    [QUOTE=Kungfoolss]Ohhhhh->

    "The story of Hikuta boxing, instead, begins in the Land of the Pharoahs as depicted below."


    Looks Greek to me.
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    Who's Dok lee of Hikuta fame? Just another fat John Perkin's "combat expert" :5headache ->

    http://www.childrens-safety.com/index.html

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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kungfoolss
    Query: How does one "co-found" a fighting system and only retain a brown belt within it? :glasses11 ->

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    Phil Elmore, .... currently studies Wing Chun Kung Fu and holds a brown sash in Shanliang Li, a martial system he co-founded with David W. Pearson.
    Shanliang li website with "co-founder" phil->


    http://www.shanliangli.com/


    The History Of Shanliang Li
    Shanliang Li was born officially in the year 2001 and given its name by its founder, David Pearson, although its usage and roots date back much farther than that.

    Shanliang Li has origins in several classical styles of martial arts that its founder studied over the previous decades. These include Judo, Aikido Mantis Kung Fu, Tiger Kung Fu, Ju Jitsu, Shodokan, military close quarters combative (CQC) techniques, and a host of other self defense techniques and styles to which David was exposed along the way.
    David stopped practicing traditional martial arts in early 1995. He sought to incorporate all that he had studied in a seamless style that flowed in both the spiritual and physical sense. Years of work and practice went into the development of the style that, to that point, had no name.

    In 1999, David met Phil Elmore, a self-described student of the martial arts and avid seeker of everything that had anything to do with self defense. They became friends quickly. It was not until a few years had passed that David decided to take Phil up on his offer of a friendly sparring match. The match occurred early one spring day in 2001.

    It was after this day that Shanliang Li was born. David and Phil discussed the art over the next few weeks. David made the decision to begin teaching Phil the art over that summer. It was a hard choice to make, for the art is many things: graceful and peaceful, effective and deadly.

    As David's teaching went on, more people became interested in the style. It now had a name: Shanliang Li, which means Virtuous Strength. As time passed, more students were accepted into the fold. Shanliang Li is now taught in its physical manifestation -- as a martial art -- and in its spiritual manifestation, which is rooted deeply in Buddhist philosophy.

    Each is assessed, at first, by David. Each student must have at least some formal training in a traditional martial art of some kind prior to acceptance for Shanliang Li instruction.

    Shanliang Li has grown from a style known only to one man to an art practiced and studied by many. Its practitioners hope for and work towards its continued growth and improvement over time.
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