How Does Your Martial Art Look Like?

Discussion in 'General Martial Arts Discussions' started by Changing Ways Assoc. Inc., Sep 24, 2014.

  1. Jeet Kune Do
     
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  3. Kuyaken

    Kuyaken Karate for the streets not just for trophies

    Definately Chinese in origin. Good Form can see much in the way of Application

    I like it but prefer Ashihara Karate Forms for training in realism



    or prefer this from Chinese Arts - San Shou Kuai Jiao

     
  4. james chin

    james chin expanding my martial skill

  5. Sneaker

    Sneaker Warrior Monk

    I like 2nd and 4th video ... close enough for street fighting practice ... impressive.
     
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  6. Kuyaken

    Kuyaken Karate for the streets not just for trophies





    My favourite Kata, Jissen Dai, just going through it whilst the class is going on

    Looking at getting it done properly with application too
     
  7. Kuyaken

    Kuyaken Karate for the streets not just for trophies

    Thanks for your words

    Yes there is a lot involved in this form and agree with what you say

    It is written down and the Kata from my original post is where the Kata Originates from but I've added all the experience of different styles into the mix. In theory it could be conceived as a Jeet Kune Do form as its not pure Ashihara Karate Ryu.

    I will film it properly and add the basic Application to it also

    OSU
     
  8. Vidadi

    Vidadi www.jkd.az

  9. Jack-Bjj-Kungfu

    Jack-Bjj-Kungfu Initiate

    My martial art is Hung Gar Kungfu and Bjj
     

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