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  1. Mr.Mundane is offline

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     Style: Kung Fu

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    Anybody got any pics of cute Hung Fa Yi girls?

    Try TKD.
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     Style: Sanda, BJJ

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    Considering the homepage has a link called "Wutang Clan Kung Fu..."
  3. I aint punchy!? is offline

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     Style: Arnis, WC, Judo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion
    IAP, you seem to have a good attitude to your WC. Do you have any video of people at your place sparring or anything like that ?
    Not really. I'll ask if they don't mind me doing a vid for posting on here.
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    Posted On:
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     Style: BJJ, Judo

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    I'm convinced.
    Where do I sign up?
  5. LolodesBois is offline

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    Posted On:
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     Style: Yoseikan Budo

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    My god a principle based art whoaaa how new (or old whatever).....

    got to love this part also :

    Hung Fa Yi Wing Chun is not open to interpretation at all – if it is tampered with or changed in any way, it’s efficiency is reduced. This is so because of the Sap Ming Dim ( 10 Bright Points ) – ten reference points which point exactly to where elbows, knees and wrists should be positioned. These points do not allow any changes to be made, and have resulted in the fact that any additions or subtractions from the system will reduce it’s effectiveness

    so it's principles but you have to to do exactly like GM no matter what your body type ?
    Martial Arts is like sex, if you over complicate it with exotic sounding names, theories and principles, you end up fucking yourself in the ass. -Ronin69
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    2/08/2006 5:37am


     Style: FMA, MT & BJJ

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    "This system had a unique and new mindset that would set it apart in the Martial Arts world – Hung Fa Yi Wing Chun did not focus on technique, but on principle. In this universe, everything that exists must have a 3-dimensional structure; it must occupy space to exist."

    I'm always impressed with MA using Einsteinian physics to validate their style. You know, as opposed to say, fighting.

    How nice to find a style that is based on principles.......oh wait....EVERY style is based on theories and principles. Technique is just a way of realizing those principles.

    And I agree....it does sound a bit like a religion.......THOU SHALT NOT QUESTION THY SIFU.....
  7. Lucky Seven is offline

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    Posted On:
    2/08/2006 6:16am


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    I'm always impressed with MA using Einsteinian physics to validate their style. You know, as opposed to say, fighting.
    Well I've seen it done in a lot of common martial arts, BJJ, Judo, Sambo, Karate, MT etc its allways about physics, of course they work both in theory and in practical


    When you have an effective technique, you have a working principle (or more) behind the technique, therefore you can change some details in the technique as long as the fundamental principle remains the same, to adapt the technique to your body type or way of fighting.

    Stoping this mutation of personal style will by itself lower the effectivness of the style in some individuals.

    I don't understand how they can teach a principle without teaching a technique in wich to aply it, the only way I see of doing this is not a martial art but a theorical physics class and each time they fight they have to "make up" techniques that use the principles.

    Am I making any sense ? Principles alone are useless, you need to have a knowledge of them yes but you need to have techniques in wich to apply them.

    Maybe I understand it wrong, if so please correct me.
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     Style: Ex-HFYWC, MMA

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    Here's another "WTF?!?":

    It's early and I haven't had my morning coffee yet, but look at how Linda Lee signed that pic:

    Does that say "My Lust"?!?!
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    Posted On:
    2/08/2006 8:31am

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     Style: Recovery-Fu

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostDog68
    Here's another "WTF?!?":

    It's early and I haven't had my morning coffee yet, but look at how Linda Lee signed that pic:

    Does that say "My Lust"?!?!
    Thats what it says ..... how ... ummm ... odd ....


    and this

    Hung Fa Yi is to martial arts what S.W.A.T. teams are to police departments. Patrolmen on the street are generally effective in policing, but when a critical incident requires the utmost effectiveness and efficiency, S.W.A.T. teams are called in. Why? Because human lives are at risk. The S.W.A.T. teams are so much more proficient that the risk of death or injury to everyone involved, even the perpetrator, is reduced. S.W.A.T. teams have very precise responses to given situations. Their responses are very deliberate and calculated causing the perpetrator’s abilities to be limited. The perpetrator’s actions become controlled and predictable. Their live training methods provide them with experience to quickly recognize and properly respond to situations. The knowledge of Hung Fa Yi provides combat effectiveness and efficiency that is similar to that of S.W.A.T. teams. By having calculated combat positions and precision responses to predictable actions by opponents based on the universal laws of time, space, and energy that are repetitiously drilled using methods that reproduce realistic combat scenarios, Hung Fa Yi practitioners are able to effectively and efficiently defend against an attacker.
    from this testimonial http://www.hungfayiireland.com/20html.htm

    looks extremely familiar ... didnt someone else call _ing _un the "SWAT team" of Martial Arts ...
    Last edited by BackFistMonkey; 2/08/2006 8:34am at .
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    Posted On:
    2/08/2006 8:57am


     Style: Ex-HFYWC, MMA

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    By having calculated combat positions and precision responses to predictable actions by opponents based on the universal laws of time, space, and energy...
    There it is yet again: the "universal laws of time, space and energy..."

    ...and only Hung Fa Yi's got 'em!

    Isn't that like awesome and ****?
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