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3/08/2007 5:22pm, #22
Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
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This is true, it wasn't what blindfury was saying at all. I think any activity that involves learning to move your body in some way will help when learning a martial art if done for years. I was training with a guy that had been doing BJJ for about a month but Kyokushin for a few years and he caught on incredibly fast. I don't think this phenomenon is specific to WC or any other martial art. I really don't think it has to do with individual techniques or principles as much as just becoming coordinated with your whole body. Blindfury may have different views and I would trust his opinion more than mine.
3/08/2007 6:21pm, #23Originally Posted by MacWombat
(This in itself is not a criticism of Wing Chun).
3/08/2007 6:34pm, #24
That mirrors my experiences (except insert a different crap art instead of WC).
I initially also attributed it to my years of experience but it was mainly body awareness and athleticism.
3/08/2007 7:26pm, #25Originally Posted by jnpKnowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
4/27/2007 7:18pm, #26