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    The footwerk was a fine example
    of skateboard-style low kicks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meex
    The footwerk was a fine example
    of skateboard-style low kicks.

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    Yes. Also known as the "Tiger Burys It's Business" Technique.
    “We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.

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    If you're going to hit someone, with a fist or with a stick, hit them hard! Ridiculous flailing like this is supposed to knock someone out?

    Oh, and quit tapdancing.

    The instructor really needs to be smacked.

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    That is nothing more than stick patty cake. No technique, no follow through, terrible footwork. I don't care how old the kids are at least have them do the **** right. This doesn't serve anything. The instructor should keep it simple until they can do the movements correctly. People wonder why BB's other than BJJ are commonly considered BS.
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    You know if you just listen to the sounds and not watch the clip you could almost swear it's a re-run of Riverdance.

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    hasnt any one ever seen a nervous kid before?

    Some of them do that with their feet - and/or when they need to take a piss quite badly.

    As for the sticks, even if it was done properly, why the **** would you want to learn to do that?

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    Can any FMA people post an example of what that footwork was "supposed" to look like?

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    I'll hook you up with a little something soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark
    Can any FMA people post an example of what that footwork was "supposed" to look like?
    I think the footwork is the least of their problems. Let's restate the question to ask... Can any FMA people post an example of what the **** sinwalli that was "supposed" to look like?
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    That was not FMA, was it? It was stupid and horrible, whatever it was. They aren't generating power with the stick, no body mechanics are being used and that attempt at footwork is crap. THey would make good drummers though.

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