Discussion in 'Internal Martial Arts' started by ACCMWCK, Jun 1, 2012.


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    Does anyone know of a class in the Birmingham area I could go and check out?

    I appreciate any help or even a point in the right direction.
  2. Putrid

    Putrid Moved on

    This guy is in Wolverhampton and has a solid background in traditional Xingyi.Thankfully his Xingyi is better than his taste in music!

    [ame=""]Xing Yi Quan / Hsing Yi Chuan - YouTube[/ame]
  3. Robinhood

    Robinhood Banned Banned

    Try the different parks, you will probably find more of the real deal.

  4. Kurtka Jerker

    Kurtka Jerker Valued Member

    What makes you say that?
  5. Putrid

    Putrid Moved on

    In Birmingham?:confused:
  6. El Medico

    El Medico Valued Member

    What? You didn't know that the park scene in Birmingham is a hotbed of Hsing I masters?

    I think you're just feigning ignorance in hopes of keeping a secret. Next you'll act incredulous if someone mentions that Nottingham is where many Master Sheriffs teach openly in the parks.

    ( Just don't ask for techniques to capture and restrain guys who live in the greenwood armed with longbows and quarterstaves. They're kinda touchy about that subject).

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    Cheers for some of the responses so far. Appears to be quite difficult to find a place that does this. Wolves a little too far for me to travel. Have found one guy who will train you at a venue of your choice private 1-2-1 but it's £35 per hour. Given I know nothing about this art it's a little too steep for me as I have no idea if he is worth that lol.

    I was thinking of doing it alongside my wing chun
  8. Hannibal

    Hannibal Cry HAVOC and let slip the Dogs of War!!! Supporter

    I think I read that in the Tai Chi Classics.....

    Who is he? There is a lot of knowledge and experience here and those guys may be able to give you an opinion
  9. Robinhood

    Robinhood Banned Banned

    Our you could read JKD books and make up your own style and call it an art and try to sell it to people that don't know any better, using hyped up ads and stories of glory.

  10. Simon

    Simon Moved on Admin Supporter MAP 2017 Koyo Award

    Robinhood, as you cannot back up any of the claims you have made on MAP, or provide any proof of who you have trained with or the levels of skill you claim, I suggest leaving such foolish posts well alone.
  11. embra

    embra Valued Member

    The OP asked about Xing Yi Quan in Brum, not the open parks of Sherwood Forrest or JKD.

    As ever your answer will have been of help to no-one other than maybe your own ego.

    Hannibal asked a perfectly sensible question. What age are you Robin - 15 maybe?
  12. Robinhood

    Robinhood Banned Banned

    Hey, Hannibal brought up the book thing, I was just suggesting another book.

  13. Hannibal

    Hannibal Cry HAVOC and let slip the Dogs of War!!! Supporter

    Since you are here, and online by the green button , about that lineage if yours - what is it?
  14. Putrid

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    Another one here,and it looks as thought they train in the park so they must be the real deal.

    Thirty five pounds per hour is about the going rate for private tuition.
  15. slipthejab

    slipthejab Hark, a vagrant! Supporter

    hahahahahahahhahahahaha.... yes the parks in Birmingham are choc full of old geezers give it all that with Xingyiquan. :p

    hahahahahahhahahahahahah..... Christ almighty. :p
  16. Putrid

    Putrid Moved on

    Probably this one.

    [ame=""]The Goodies- Ecky Thump - YouTube[/ame]

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    Golf wolf is what he is trading as I believe.
  18. Simon

    Simon Moved on Admin Supporter MAP 2017 Koyo Award

  19. embra

    embra Valued Member


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    On another note.

    Anyone read the book Vital Point Strikes by Hang S Kim? I was introduced to pressure points many years ago (Passed 2 black belts in Shotokan when I was 15 & 16). But due to my age techniques taught were limited. Just looking at doing some catching up and reading around an interesting subject. Thought this book looked pretty good.

    Anyone beaten me to it?

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