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Stickybomb
9/28/2013 6:09am,
Purely a matter of interest.

As a kid I saw a Brecy demonstration (yes, I know, Brecy is a place to be a flashy show-off, except for Bas Rutten). Guys seemd incredibly elastic, but the techniques seemed similar to Japanese JuJitsu. We don't have Viet-Vo Dao here, but It's been gnawing somewhere inside if this could be combat worthy.
Today there's just no way I would train this, but I'd like to test myself on an opponent with similar years of experience.

Anybody tried that with a Dao dude?

crappler
10/01/2013 4:59pm,
Purely a matter of interest.

As a kid I saw a Brecy demonstration (yes, I know, Brecy is a place to be a flashy show-off, except for Bas Rutten). Guys seemd incredibly elastic, but the techniques seemed similar to Japanese JuJitsu. We don't have Viet-Vo Dao here, but It's been gnawing somewhere inside if this could be combat worthy.
Today there's just no way I would train this, but I'd like to test myself on an opponent with similar years of experience.

Anybody tried that with a Dao dude?

I haven't tried anything with a Dao dude. But let us know how it goes....

Permalost
10/01/2013 5:38pm,
All the videos I've seen have convinced me that viet vo dao is 90% compliant hurricaranas.

BKR
10/01/2013 6:12pm,
I finally know the origin of this technique/family of techniques that I saw while watching Iron Man 1 and 2 ! Agent Natasha Romanov is apparently a practitioner of Vovinam (Vietnamese: Việt V� Đạo, Martial Arts of Vietnam).

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f0/Gesprungene_beinschere_vovinam.jpg/220px-Gesprungene_beinschere_vovinam.jpg

Go to :45 to see what I mean.


http://youtu.be/jS1JFa_EjmI

You can see it in the Avengers too...skip to 2:30...then again, you might want to watch the whole clip...

http://youtu.be/ncgjW1i8ZrM