1/16/2008 12:03am, #1
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- Jan 2008
#1 Martial Art in the World accepts open challenges in any martial art
In Chinese culture, the correct modern term for Chinese Martial Arts would be Wushu (Kung Fu is an older terminology for the same definition). The Wushu is basically using the body's own natural movements to work on building the natural Martial Arts Techniques. What makes Wushu so different from other martial arts is that it focuses on the entire body's fitness, not just merely punching and kicking (Karate and Tai Kwan Do). We have to remember that other Far East martial arts are all originated from Shaolin Kung Fu, they are just variants of the same techniques in Shaolin Kung Fu. An old American saying stated this: "It takes three clones to beat the original". Therefore, why learn the cloned martial arts (like Karate and Tai Kwan Do) while you can just come down to Chinese Martial Art School and learn the completely original techniques. View our student page and entertainment page to see testimonies from students about how easy it is for a black belt in Kung Fu to beat a black belt in Karate in Martial Art Competition.Practitioners of modern wushu focus on lightning-quick-form technique, combined with unbelievable jumping ability to give them an edge at any martial arts competition. Modern Wushu takes the basics of Kung Fu and its leg work to the next level in terms of the complexity of training. Our students have competed and won many events and tournaments. We take great pride in our Wushu ability. You are welcome to challenge us in martial art if you dare! (note: we take no responsibility in any injury you might sustain in a challenge with us
Anyone up for challenging these guys?
1/16/2008 12:14am, #2
Are you promoting the school, or saying that you think they might be full of ****?
In which case- why dont you challenge the school?
1/16/2008 12:22am, #3
Ok.... so we have a standard issue "were better" but his website calls him Sensei.... not Sifu. A huge list of claims, potentially verifiable. And he's out of Cali..... I still don't see anything that seperates this guy from any other potentially BS Wushu guy. If your interested check him out, if not, then why post?
1/16/2008 12:26am, #4
Also, a "Little Dragons" club, summer programs and bad web design. Add to that the broken english and I'd say this guy is harmless. He also uses the black sash as his highest level not gold, also odd. I'd say he's probably a highly athletic, fit, stage performer. No harm in that. I dont feel like reading anymore into it.
Also, whats your point in posting? blaznbison24 an axe to grind?
Again, I vote for YMAS/Trollshido.
1/16/2008 12:27am, #5
I only work so fast.
1/16/2008 12:28am, #6
*bows* thank you Steve, I shall endeavor to be more patient in the future.
1/16/2008 12:45am, #7
Though I must say, for fitness Wushu isn't bad, the instructor looks fit, the stances low, and as long as they make no claim of being t3h deadly..... I need a hobby
1/16/2008 1:00am, #8Originally Posted by ignatzami
Martial arts like Karate, Judo, and Tai Kwan Do are actually variants of the techniques that originated from Shaolin Kung Fu. Suffice to say, no other martial arts in the world is as rich in techniques and as effective as the Shaolin Kung Fu. (To put it simple, Shaolin Kung Fu beats all other martial arts)
1/16/2008 1:14am, #9
Is he challenging people to forms competition, because as far as I know Wushu has never been used for anything but wire fighting? And since when is Karate and Tae Kwon Do (note the spelling) a clone of Shaolin Kung-fu?
1/16/2008 1:27am, #10
- Join Date
- Oct 2007
- West LA/SF Bay Area
San Mateo's near my hometown. I won't be back for a while, though. After Rudy left for LA, he recommended me a school... it might have been this one. Never went, though.
If everybody doesn't mind waiting a few months (in the middle of lacrosse season right now) I can go check it out.
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