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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf
    Now to be fair there is a staff sparring form...however it is pretty damn flashy. I mean, cartwheels and tumbles and stuff. It's fun to do though! :new_2guns
    ...not to mention the dragon stances! I'm sure the military used lots
    of those.

    Anyone know where I could see some Korean kung fu online?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkdbuck76
    ...not to mention the dragon stances! I'm sure the military used lots
    of those.

    Anyone know where I could see some Korean kung fu online?
    This video is taken from this dvd:

    http://www.budointernational.com/htm...anese24dvd.htm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hWaJUtXGDo

    I found this others in a korean page, and I upload them to youtube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7JTtAhIRLM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDb0FF1GEB4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbfyNlWRKvI

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    Interesting vids....
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    If someone is interested, the clips are from this page:

    http://master.bsgs.ac.kr/korea/01320...menu=submenu15

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    Errant,

    Is this the shipalki you're used to?
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    [QUOTE=Blues-man]This video is taken from this dvd:

    http://www.budointernational.com/htm...anese24dvd.htm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hWaJUtXGDo

    Quote Originally Posted by Blues-man
    That's actually just a section of Muye Sibpalgi, Masang Muye, Cavalry Martial Arts. Muye Sibpalgi is a recreation of the of Yi Dynasty military arts.
    Last edited by DerAuslander; 4/25/2007 9:46pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkdbuck76
    Errant,

    Is this the shipalki you're used to?
    Similar. Mine could more likely be considered proto-Guksul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    Similar. Mine could more likely be considered proto-Guksul.
    Tell me about it. Is it kuk sool kwan? Kuk Sool Hwe?
    You have me completely curious.....
    Any references?
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    Greetings,

    As a long time HKD Instr. I agree with the original post.

    I try to teach in a way that's relavent for our times, so if some techs. are only for show or demos that needs to be explained. Sometimes it's said high kicks are useless in the street but many believe they improve agility which makes lower kicks that much easier. It does make a lot of sense it also make for a good work out!

    Personally I spent two plus years earning my blue in Bjj to be able to improve our ground work, and also Kali to improve knife defenses and attacks.

    I think keeping the old and new is a good balanced approach to keep the system current and preserve some good old stuff at the same time. FWIW.

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    AmericanHKD, are you still crosstraining in BJJ, and Kali?

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