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    So what’s good about kung fu?

    We all know by now what’s wrong with it, lack of aliveness, obsession with tradition, ect. But what do different styles of kung fu have to offer?

    So pimp you style

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    Wing Chun! CenterLine Chain Punching. We make up for quality with quantity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robot Jesus
    We all know by now what’s wrong with it, lack of aliveness, obsession with tradition, ect. But what do different styles of kung fu have to offer?

    So pimp you style

    Nothing wrong with my kung-fu. :qleft4:

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    Your Kung Fu is weak :qright3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pl4zM4
    Your Kung Fu is weak :qright3:

    You Must die! I alone am best!

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    The use of chi powers aka the search function

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robot Jesus
    We all know by now what’s wrong with it, lack of aliveness, obsession with tradition, ect. But what do different styles of kung fu have to offer?

    So pimp you style
    Not only does my "Kung Fu" not suffer from any of the problems that you've listed, but it makes you more attractive as well.

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    The answer to the question is Omega.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backdraft
    The answer to the question is Omega.

    Yes, exactly. What specifically does he like about his kung fu compared to other arts? Or is it just what he started with and their where no serious problems? Would he suggest cross training and if so what would one learn?

    Same question to other CMA artists.

    The generalities of how kung fu can be good have been done to death, but what they have to offer tend to drown in a sea of chi flavored ****.

    And I tried to use the search function but after five pages I gave up

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    Search "within" the thread.

    I vouch for Xing Yi Quan. It's simple to learn and it uses principles similar to western boxing. Most importantly, it's not passive.
    Sumus extra manum tuam.

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