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*video* Very rare cut from documentary "Way of the Warrior - Kung Fu, the Hard Way"-Bruce Lee by Dan Inosanto, from early eighties. Guro Dan talk about wing chun influence on Master Bruce Lee,s Jeet Kune Do and he explane energy and trapping.

*video* Very rare cut from documentary "Way of the Warrior - Kung Fu, the Hard Way"-Bruce Lee by Dan Inosanto, from early eighties. Guro Dan talk about wing chun influence on Master Bruce Lee,s Jeet Kune Do and he explane energy and trapping.

How to: Doyle Clan Irish Stick Fighting (Lesson 1) Shillelagh Bataireacht

How to: Doyle Clan Irish Stick Fighting (Lesson 1) Shillelagh Bataireacht

Great close quarter martial art for women!  Balintawak Escrima warm up Demo for Hayes Martial Arts.

Great close quarter martial art for women! Balintawak Escrima warm up Demo for Hayes Martial Arts.

Tung Chin-tsan, otherwise known as “The Golden Dragon”, practicing on his self-made wooden dummy. Tung Chin-tsan claimed to be a master of Shaolin and Wudang styles, as well as Plum Blossom Fist. Unfortunately, he was also known for being a member of the Black Dragons, a faction of Triads, and actually served time in prison for his association with them. Despite his notoriety, he was believed to have over ten thousand students in total and was a well respected master.

Tung Chin-tsan, otherwise known as “The Golden Dragon”, practicing on his self-made wooden dummy. Tung Chin-tsan claimed to be a master of Shaolin and Wudang styles, as well as Plum Blossom Fist. Unfortunately, he was also known for being a member of the Black Dragons, a faction of Triads, and actually served time in prison for his association with them. Despite his notoriety, he was believed to have over ten thousand students in total and was a well respected master.

Vintage Footage of Remy Presas Demonstrating how to submit an opponent with an armbar using escrima sticks.

Vintage Footage of Remy Presas Demonstrating how to submit an opponent with an armbar using escrima sticks.

"Tai Chi Sword Objectives: To move chi through an object. To defend using an object." - TCJ -  TAI CHI CROSSROADS BLOG: taichicrossroads.blogspot.com #TaiChi #Taijiquan

"Tai Chi Sword Objectives: To move chi through an object. To defend using an object." - TCJ - TAI CHI CROSSROADS BLOG: taichicrossroads.blogspot.com #TaiChi #Taijiquan

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