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Posted 8/7/09
Out of all of the styles of fighting, Kendo, Tae Kwon Do and such, I've become mostly interested in Wushu. And I wanted to know which style would be the best to learn. Animal Style I mean, the monkey, the duck, dog, hawk, prying mantis?... there are so many, which one would seem the best to use in a fight?
Posted 8/23/09
I think they are all effective.
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Posted 8/24/09

LamiaZlogonje wrote:

Out of all of the styles of fighting, Kendo, Tae Kwon Do and such, I've become mostly interested in Wushu. And I wanted to know which style would be the best to learn. Animal Style I mean, the monkey, the duck, dog, hawk, prying mantis?... there are so many, which one would seem the best to use in a fight?


I would imagine that the form should be adapted to the situation.
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Yes, very true.!
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Posted 1/25/10

LamiaZlogonje wrote:



Yes, very true.!


I second that notion.

all is said to look the same from the top of a mountain
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Posted 1/25/10
in my opinion as record to wushu.. to me.. TO ME..

in my specificity..
I like to use wing chun, and bagua.. but like each martial artist or human being whether you do martial arts or cooking..
dont limit..

wing chun is snake and crane..
bagua has too much to tell.. dragon, snake, bear, you name it..
but like a person said to me..the person takes the shape or the idea.. animals do they take their masters or humans idea or form? who knows..

if you really want to be brutal try our praying mantis.. just a wild suggestion.. they are our Kungfu brothers!!! or White Eyebrow.
but if you want bear, or snowleopard, or snake, duck..


my friend.. adapt.. learn the nucleus
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