Posted On:4/14/2006 9:46pm
Style: wing chun
anyone know of any good mobile wooden dummies?
Posted On:4/14/2006 9:49pm
Style: Mixed Martial Arts
This isnīt even the right forum, unless you are admitting WC sucks.
**** you math class
Posted On:4/14/2006 9:50pm
Style: TKD, Ballet, Archery
I'll sell you WC Dummy Potion, which will restore your dummy's hp. Costs a scant 5,000 dollars. Each.
This game is really hard and GIJoe6186 is a ******.
Color photos of the late Tsarist Russia.
Posted On:4/14/2006 10:06pm
Wing Chun dummies are very expensive and dont give much back in training, if you really want to have one just make one, its really easy
Posted On:4/14/2006 10:52pm
whoa, in the wrong forum, in the wrong stylefield... if I had the balls......
Posted On:4/14/2006 11:49pm
Style: looking for new style
Get a punch bag.
Then you will go from this-:gaygay: To this-:boxing:
Posted On:4/15/2006 1:39am
mr han your redemm newdies
Posted On:4/15/2006 11:01am
Style: WC, TKD, Jujitsu
There is the attachmate at goldentiger.com.
Still nothing like the real thing.
Posted On:4/15/2006 11:24am
Style: Boxing, Wushu
this is not meant as a dig or anything, but how exactly are you suppose to use those wing chun dummies?
Posted On:4/15/2006 1:05pm
One way is to simply "pac sou" the dummy's arm while entering to throw a punch. you slap at the wooden arm, simulating knocking it out of the center line and then hit the wooden dummy.
In Wing Chun there are whole bunch of wrist rolls that are designed to move the opponants arms to open up a path for striking. Since the wooden man has three arms you can practice these rather esotaric (sp) moves of questionable value to your hearts content on the wooden man.
Standstill before you spend some serious money on a dummy I'd advise buying a book on the 109 move Wing Chun Dummy Set to see if you think anything in there is practical. I'm also sure that people sell tapes on this subject.
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