Pinan 2 Applications - Cuong Nhu system

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  1. TaiChiTJ

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    I enjoyed watching these applications. Cuong Nhu is pronounced Kung New. Vietnamese for Hard (Cuong) - Soft (Nhu).


     
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    Ah wow that was cool, I know a different version of Pinan Ni but that was still very insightful. I'm sure there are flaws to it (e.g. adding in the mae oroshi kakato geri at the end when there is none in the kata), but all in all it had a nice flow and gave alot of meaning to alot of those moves.

    Thanks for sharing :)
     
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  3. TaiChiTJ

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    Glad you thought it was interesting. Every once in a while I can run across something interesting on YouTube LOL
     
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