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    Training The Chun with resistance?

    Is this what the chuntards (I don't include the cool or apparently sane chunners here in this) actually mean when they say that they do this?

    YouTube- Recoil Reaction Wing Chun Dummy

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    Honestly, I wanted to buy myself a wooden dummy at one point.

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    I was always told by my WC friends, the dummy was used to work angles of punching and kicking. Giving them resistance gives people the idea that they are suppose to be arms?

    This whole thing reaks of JKD bullshido. I'm willing to bet that's what this guy does.

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    Hey Larus...I know it is great fun to **** on wing chun but it is a bit strange for you to pick on any martial art when you don't train anything.

    You've been posting on the site for 8 months at a rate of around 5 posts a day and you still haven't found a martial art to train (according to your style field)?

    Seems a bit strange...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southpaw View Post
    Hey Larus...I know it is great fun to **** on wing chun but it is a bit strange for you to pick on any martial art when you don't train anything.

    You've been posting on the site for 8 months at a rate of around 5 posts a day and you still haven't found a martial art to train (according to your style field)?

    Seems a bit strange...
    You noob, haven't you heard of having no style as style? :BangHead: lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southpaw View Post
    Hey Larus...I know it is great fun to **** on wing chun but it is a bit strange for you to pick on any martial art when you don't train anything.

    You've been posting on the site for 8 months at a rate of around 5 posts a day and you still haven't found a martial art to train (according to your style field)?

    Seems a bit strange...
    No more strange than chunners fighting without using chun then claiming they used chun while saying they didn't use chun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    No more strange than chunners fighting without using chun then claiming they used chun while saying they didn't use chun.
    here here:kermit:

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    Yeah, what's wrong with those chunners. WTF can't they hit makiwaras like normal modern people?

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    A guy in my Kyokushin class (Shodan rank) cross trains in the Chun, and in doing so had a lot of technique that I'm not used too. He doesn't use it for punching, but his defence of his torso / mid section from my kicks and punches are really, REALLY good.

    He doesn't spar in his Chun class, he obviously does in Kyokushin. Just saying there's **** there to use.

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