Thread: Northern Mantis Videos
12/20/2006 2:08pm, #1
Northern Mantis Videos
Hey, I haven't posted in a while and thought I would throw out this link to videos to get some comments.
12/20/2006 2:25pm, #2
videos aren't working for me, but the image gallery has some goofy **** in it.
this is where you punch them in the chest and kick them on the knee at the same time.
it is thus an unstoppable attack.
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Last edited by leere_form; 12/20/2006 2:28pm at .
12/20/2006 2:31pm, #3
Those videos look pretty good! I could dig a CMA like that.
I noticed in the first video that a lot of the throws look very San Shou like. Is this normal for Praying Mantis or has this been added in?
Also, is training like this normal for Praying Mantis?
12/20/2006 3:32pm, #4
12/20/2006 4:22pm, #5
Nothing is "normal" in CMA.
Those videos look good. Good hand speed.
leere_form: That's a picture that looks like just a opposite side kick and punch. It is very common in CMA to punch and kick at the same time.“We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.
12/22/2006 11:01am, #6
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There is a lot of "Shuai" (wrestling/takedowns) in Tang lang and many other Kf styles. My white crane instructor learned Tang Lang in Taiwan and what he showed us was pretty much the same (this was in the early 80s).
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12/22/2006 3:28pm, #8
The white glow from his hands comes from an overabundance of qi.
12/22/2006 4:32pm, #9
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12/22/2006 6:42pm, #10Originally Posted by feedback