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    NEW _ing _un/TKD toy!!! Clip inside (No Bullshido Claims - Moved)

    theres a new wing chun dummy on the market, now comes with your own blackbelt! (jk)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY1xzmrtbOQ

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    They say "we're not saying what we're doing is the word of God in a fight. Take it for what it is. A commercial for a work out machine."

    That about sums it up. They aren't making any grand claims or anything so what's the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    They say "we're not saying what we're doing is the word of God in a fight. Take it for what it is. A commercial for a work out machine."

    That about sums it up. They aren't making any grand claims or anything so what's the problem?
    They look funny.

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    That's not a new wing chun dummy well uh per say. That dummy is for everybody.

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    Am I alone in thinking that would be quite fun to practice on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crowey
    Am I alone in thinking that would be quite fun to practice on?

    It DOES look like a lot of fun. I don't know that it would do much for your skill, but as a toy, it seems pretty cool.
    In fact, I just may try to make my own. I was gonna hit up the junkyard this weekend, anyway. It shouldn't be tough to improvise the frame. Foam padding and duct tape over a fiberglass rod should do nicely for the arm attachments.
    Any ideas for the striking pads?

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    I agree, it's more a toy than a hugely useful training tool, though it'd be good for kick precision....
    for the stiking pads how about a yellow pages with some hard foam over, covered with something, duct tape maybe?

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