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    Legitimate?

    http://www.fujowpai.co.uk
    Hi this is fujowpai tiger claw kung fu. Any idea if it's legit guys? IT sounds ok but not much info is given on the site, little history too. Thanks for any help!
    help me, i'm confused

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    crazy..

    check this out guys...lol

    The Forbidden art

    Kung Fu, or as the Chinese describes it “The Forbidden Art”, is still being taught in Leicester. The style was brought to Leicester by the late Grand Master Bob Johnson (7th Dan). Kung Fu is described as the most vicious form of free fighting “where any thing goes”. Descriptions of various moves are as blood-curdling as the activities of the villain in any horror film One example is the “ripping skull” which is the subtle art of reducing a man’s skull to pulp.

    The art has been practiced for 5000 years and in that time it has not changed. It originated in India where it was called “Mukta-baza” which means “fist method” which is still taught to Indian Police today.

    Kung Fu spread to China with cross fertilisation of religion. Buddhism, which forbids the use of weapons, left priests unprotected. Through the use of Kung Fu these holy men developed a means of taking on all assailants without entering an armoury.

    The basic difference between Fu Jow Pai and Karate is Fu Jow Pai exponent fights in a circular motion directing his blows in all directions whereas the Karate man works in a straight line. A Karate expert commented after learning Fu Jow Pai, an intermediate Kung Fu man could beat a Black Belt in Karate.

    The Chinese and the Indians openly laughed at the Japanese art. Kung Fu is the art of killing a man in the shortest possible time. It is effective because blows are directed at the most vulnerable parts of the body. It is the most effective way to kill without weapons that has been devised. It cannot be described as a sport in the sense that it gives each competitor a chance to use his skill to the best of his ability.

    A beginner is treated with respect, a student can pick up the skills quickly and with in six months they should have learned enough to defend themselves against any number of opponents. Because of the lethal nature of Fu Jow Pai great emphasis is placed on defence.


    where in the hell do you guys find this crap...lol

    bungle..man i dunno what your looking for but you need to open your eyes a bit man, this stuff is ridiculous
    "did you ask me to consider dick with you??" blooming tianshi lotus

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    legit or not this is funny


    Dance Of Death all with 2 Instructors Punching In
    Part of a testing requirement.

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    . He traveled extensively around the world demonstrating and taking part in contests, but it was in New Zealand in 1964 that he received a ban and a fine for killing a bull with his bare hands.
    lmao

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    lol

    lol..i know its hilarious..

    its like a greek tradgedy..its got all sorts of shit..

    its funny to us..serious to the ignorant(not insulting you guys)..sad to us to..and tragic that kung fu is being exploited..along with whatever else i left out..

    lol
    "did you ask me to consider dick with you??" blooming tianshi lotus

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    i emailed the guy asking for some history on the lineage, havn't had a reply yet... Still, just cause the website is a heap of shit doesn't mean it is. Still, it's not a good sign and it doesn't seem to be a member of a governing body...
    help me, i'm confused

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    Any alleged sifu who tells you gungfu is designed for the sole purpose of killing something other than your own ego is not a teacher you should learn from.
    Show me a man who has forgotten words, so that I can have a word with him.

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    looks like your average after school club but the website is a bit dubious...
    Bob introduced Kung Fu to England back in 1962 from Hong Kong. He traveled extensively around the world demonstrating and taking part in contests, but it was in New Zealand in 1964 that he received a ban and a fine for killing a bull with his bare hands.
    Now there is no way that can be verified... its known that such skills as Jook Lum Tong Long and others were already here, just not taught openly. Also it sounds a bit like Kyushinkai master Oyama who is FILMED fighting a bull with bare hands. Also all the old stories about practising vital points on a bull or horse etc. etc.

    As far as "Dai Shifu" (Big teacher), its a common name for a CHEF!

    Also the "Tai Gik Koon Association" - why does it say Taijiquan Hui - or group? Cantonese for tai chi is Tai Gik Koon. What style of taiji do they teach and learned from who? if its legit, the taiji should be easy to find out. Why name an association that if they dont teach Taijiquan? Taiji is always connected to Daoism.

    i would be VERY wary of these people. For sure check them out and ask questions, but dont join or sign anything unless you are clear on it.

    dave
    simple and natural is my method,
    true and sincere is my principle --Tse Sigung

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    MOOOOOOOO!

    MOOOOOOO! Moo mooo mo mooooo!!! Moo mooo mo mooo mo moooo!!
    (Father!!! Father!!! You killed my father!!! Now feel my hoof of death!)*

    *translated from Water Buffalo.

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    arhat you may like this KFO thread here - or not of course

    dave
    simple and natural is my method,
    true and sincere is my principle --Tse Sigung

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