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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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I know judo is opposite UMW toyota HQ at jalan pending. Well hapkido is good, no need to learn useless forms. You will learn self defense techniques. I want to learn hapkido, but no suitable time for me. Wushu at jalan padungan for call nan yang wushu. There is one karate at jalan keretapi call asahi karate do(but don't recommend this, have bad experience). I like the sensei, but the training is not professional.

Posted on: 2010/3/16 22:39
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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Come on guys let get together, and train together in Chinese joint locking techniques! Don't worry the training will be done in a control manner. Don't be shy..shy.. , we should start a martial arts club. We can just start learn grappling

Posted on: 2010/3/16 22:49
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The martial art forms / pattern are actually very good if you concentrate on it. ppl wouldn't be practicing it till today if it were useless.


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Ok.. maybe I said incorrectly, but some forms are really useless. Not because forms are useless by nature, just most of application are forgotten. Like in karate in real fight, will you punch in junzuki? Well some forms are very efficient like tachi, bagua and xing yi quan. Wing chun forms are very logic and efficient. From my karate experience, some of karate forms already lost their essence. Well agree with what u said, but not all forms are good.

Posted on: 2010/3/16 22:59
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interesting... this is really useful for self defence

Posted on: 2010/3/17 0:10
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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those forms / patterns are not designed to used in a fight or even self defense.

it improves the consistency, balance, mind control, strength control, accuracy and power flow. I think most people who finished up at least level 6 in whatever martial art they do would understand this.

18 movement, 27 movement, 38 movement. the philosophy behind all these movement as I was taught,

"one piece of paper is not heavy at all, but if you add 1 paper a day, every single day, how much impact / weight do you think it will have effect on? "

the theory applies on forms / pattern training.

this is why you need to go for training under a real master to get what you need to know. its not as simple as monkey see monkey do.

Posted on: 2010/3/17 1:25
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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wah (jaw dropping) webbie, i didnt know you are so good on this!

Posted on: 2010/3/17 12:03
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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lol? i owe those to my taekwondo sifu and recently my taichi sifu. credit goes to them.

there are more theory behind taichi.

for taekwondo (back in the old days), nothing much was taught about it, only brute force and strength control.

until i learn taichi, then i only understand the fundamental of what I should have learned in taekwondo earlier on.


Posted on: 2010/3/17 12:11
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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hey, but, can a muslin learn taichi and wushu?? I mean that some people say cant...

Posted on: 2010/3/17 18:12
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Re: searching for martial arts enthusiast
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martial art does not have anything to do with religion in the modern days.

its like the Yoga = Non Halal case. Ridiculous !

Posted on: 2010/3/17 19:51
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