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Old 26-Jun-2004, 01:24 PM
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Online nunchucks guide

Does anyone know of a free online nunchucks guide. I got some and want to learn how to use them for free
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Old 27-Jun-2004, 09:57 AM
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www.spinstorm.cjb.net I think it is. It's MAP member Spinstorm's site I believe.
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Old 30-Jun-2004, 01:59 PM
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Not bad. but its as shame none of videos work. Pritty hard to follow without visual aid
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Old 30-Jun-2004, 08:16 PM
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Here are the two best I have seen. One is for basic attacks. The other is for showy moves.
Attacks: http://www.michisports.com/cd01/
Showy stuff: http://chex.swaza.com/ (click on The Guide)
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Cool. Is there a similar site that tells you how the 3 secition staff works?
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Does anyone know of a free online nunchucks guide. I got some and want to learn how to use them for free
http://members.tripod.com/~PGresh/nunchaku.htm

i have learnt the over the back pass, what move is best and easist to learn next???
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Old 13-Jul-2004, 08:07 PM
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A lot of Spinstorms vids worked for me....
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please I beg of you not to use the "street name" for them and use the "actual" name.....everytime someone does that in a forum such as this the arts get a little sleazier......


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Combat training

Dont forget to practice all of your moves on the heavy bag once you have mastered them, otherwise you might as well sign up for a gymnastics course.
While doing it though, it's worthwhile wearing bag gloves ( and optionally a helmet for three section staff )
I sort of remember waking up next to the bag with my three section staff lying near me, and some tweety birds doing the hockey cockey in a ring round my head.
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LOL thanks for the advice and some good tips

talk soon

mark
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Old 21-Jul-2004, 10:04 AM
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LOL... Learn how to do it off the net. FFS gimme a break.
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LOL... Learn how to do it off the net. FFS gimme a break.

i understand there is no substitue for practice, but how you gonna learn about new moves hows learning of the net ( diagrams and videos and write ups) and different form learning out of a book???

Dave if you dont have anything postive to say please keep you opinions to yourself ( this is a good forums where user try to help each other rather than take the mick)
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Old 22-Jul-2004, 11:57 AM
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Suppose that told me. !!

Mind due I doubt my opinion counts, I've only been a student for what, nearly 17 years, and a qualified instructor for almost seven of them.

So enjoy your online experience.
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Cool

While I do agree with Dave to a degree, I went to the one site and it has videos of a guy doing stuff....which itself can be instructive IF and ONLY IF you can verify the knowledge of the person in the videos.

Instructional videos and tapes have been around for a long time, but again and I cannot stress this enough....you have to verify the quality of instruction. Otherwise you have your neighbor who hauls trash for a living making a video showing you how to train your brown belt students......

Just be careful out there!!
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Old 23-Jul-2004, 05:56 PM
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Suppose that told me. !!

Mind due I doubt my opinion counts, I've only been a student for what, nearly 17 years, and a qualified instructor for almost seven of them.

So enjoy your online experience.

Hi dave i do appreciate you opinions ( even though it does contradict my last post) and looking back my last post was Out Of Order

I unfortunately do not have anyone who i know who has vast experience so it books, video and read for me and the Internet has so good stuff if you can find it

This is a open forum where everyones opionions count and we all have thinks in common

Talk soon and have a great weekend everyone

PS Dave let be friends
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