Because if you're quoting who I think you are, he seems to get bent too easily about comments on his stuff, and I'm not trying to offend anybody or start a feud. You probably know the video I referenced. Watch it with honesty and ask yourself if the execution is good. I saw problems with balance...
"Neutral Bow, You Must have a perfect neutral bow.Your toes HAVE TO BE PARALLEL
or you will be cast out of the club and excoriated because you didn't have you freakin toes parallel.
The neutral bow may be uniqueish to Kenpo but it's just one of many stances, and besides,
if you waste time...
I'm not a student of Master Chun, but met him at a kenpo/kempo ohana in 2009. Since then, I've communicated with him through email and phone conversations several times, and he's always very willing to talk with me about pretty much anything, and is a very nice, humble man with a lot of knowledge.
I have visited two and have seen people who seemed to be having a hard time standing up and moving without falling down. I was also given the commercial hard sell and the usual BS. If I were you, I'd go elsewhere. Anywhere else.
I should've prefaced that by saying "from what I've experienced and understand". Since I haven't been in every Japanese school.
Just going by the ones I've been in and been taught. But definitely saying "Kee-yah" irritates the hell outta me.
Me too, but not if they actually say "Kia". Kiai is supposed to start with a vowel. Or at least be something other than the word people think is kiai. But I get sidetracked. I wanna know about "Break Stance. Actually, I've read the descriptions and seen a video a while back, but would like to...