What Style

What CMA do you take ( mulitiple Choices are allowed)

  • Praying Mantis ( Northern & Southern )

    Votes: 13 15.1%
  • Wing Chun

    Votes: 17 19.8%
  • Eagle Claw

    Votes: 6 7.0%
  • Hung Gar

    Votes: 15 17.4%
  • Monkey

    Votes: 2 2.3%
  • Choy Li Fut

    Votes: 7 8.1%
  • Tai Chi Chuan

    Votes: 25 29.1%
  • Pa Kwa

    Votes: 14 16.3%
  • White Crane

    Votes: 6 7.0%
  • Other ( please list what style in your post )

    Votes: 24 27.9%

  • Total voters
    86
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Isrephael

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I would think that, with a name like "Pakua", you'd be the first to acknowledge the martial applications of internal arts.
 
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Silo-Fu Kung-Fu

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Hey everyone.

I study and teach Chen style tai-chi and Mah family style Kung-Fu
(and no i dont mean "My" :) )

its been 17 years in Martial arts so far (7 for the tai-chi and 8 for the kung-fu)
 
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shaolin1dragon

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I study a style called Moh Pai. It's quite the conglomeration. Its a five animal- north-south combination> it has elements of wushu, wing chun, tia chi, bak mai, kenpo, hungar...Its a great mix of hard and soft, internal and external..





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shaolin1dragon said:
I study a style called Moh Pai. It's quite the conglomeration. Its a five animal- north-south combination> it has elements of wushu, wing chun, tia chi, bak mai, kenpo, hungar...Its a great mix of hard and soft, internal and external..





"Whatever doesn't kill you, makes you stronger."
Welcome to MT, please feel free to post or start new threads, and ask any questions you may have!

Also, please tell us more about your style, sounds interesting.

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Infrazael

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Hung-Sing Choy Lay Fut. It is extremely fast with overwhelming and destructive hand techniques, incredibly fast foorwork, and a loose, relaxed and swinging pattern of attacking.

The best of the South and North blended.

Peace.
 

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im not sure what shaolin would follow under as i have just started my training.
 

clfsean

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So tell us more about it. You must've gotten some literature from your teacher about what you're doing. Give us a bit...
 
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Spook

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I teach Wing Chun Kung Fu and am currently taking Tai Chi Chuan and San Shou. I took WC for the practicality and effectiveness, I'm taking TCC to soften my WC, and i take San Shou because i love conditioning and competition.
 

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i just started this week. he doesnt speak english very well but from what ive understood, he teaches shaolin, pa ji, mantis, and tai chi (different styles for different days and classes)
 
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Imago Simia

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I study and teach Chi Lu Chuan Kung Fu, an eight animal style with leapord, crane, dragon, tiger, snake, praying mantis, monkey and eagle. with for me an emphasis on Monkey. Also have done Tai Chi (Yang style), for a short period of time. And just started with White Willow kung fu, which is different for me.

I study CLCKF becuse I love it, and can push my self to the piont.(what ever point I or my teacher wishes to.) And the WWKF becuse it is different to me and It's based on humanistic qualitys.

Imago Simia
 

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I don't practice any at the moment but I want to start training in either of these CMA.

Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan or maybe Chen Style (I am looking towards the most combat oriented Taiji style) but at the sametime looking for a teacher who knows both the health and fighting aspects :)
 

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