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    Is nysanda still sanda or is it just kickboxing?

    Yes, I did a search on the thread regarding sanda. There is not allot of sanda gyms in NYC and well I am interested in the kickboxing with the wrestling throws in it. So when I google sanda I came across nysanda.com but it looks more like a kickboxing class than sanda. Did the gym changed?It looks like the same owner but has the focus of the gym changed. When I did search the old threads go back to 2014 regarding sanda but not sure if it's still relevant today.

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    You could always call and ask

    That said, how about Combat Sambo? Theres a great place in NYC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo76 View Post
    Yes, I did a search on the thread regarding sanda. There is not allot of sanda gyms in NYC and well I am interested in the kickboxing with the wrestling throws in it. So when I google sanda I came across nysanda.com but it looks more like a kickboxing class than sanda. Did the gym changed?It looks like the same owner but has the focus of the gym changed. When I did search the old threads go back to 2014 regarding sanda but not sure if it's still relevant today.
    Stop in and say hey. I am sure they would be happy to show you what they do. Send an email schedule a visit and then come back and tell us. As far as I know they should not have changed at all.

    ... and for the record "good" Sanda is usually just kickboxing with throws sautéd with a nice Chinese approach and technique base.
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