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    Long Form 1 Video Comments Please
    By seninoniwashi - Sun, 19 Aug 2007 15:48:42 GMT

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    Hiya all, I was searching around for a good few videos to help my daughter with Long form 1 and came across this:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=eZh_F2Ii0WI

    Has anyone else seen this out there? What do you think about a higher ranking belt performing Long form 1 like this? What do you all think of how the blocks are executed, primarily the inward and downward?


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    Default Re: MT: Long Form 1 Video Comments Please

    Hello
    I think, he did not train under an instructor.
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    Default Re: MT: Long Form 1 Video Comments Please

    Quote Originally Posted by KenpoNobby View Post
    Hello
    I think, he did not train under an instructor.
    He learned it somehow, and I think he was taught to do this.
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    Notice how he "bounced" in every stance change? He was also opening his front foot way too much when he transitioned into his forward bows. Blocking was too stiff throughout and chambering was an issue.

    That said, it could be cleaned up fairly quickly with a few basic changes.
    Be careful what you say, some may take it the wrong way.

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    The form could be picked apart if thats our goal. I would like to see his applications with self defense techs prior to stating a response. His execution isnt the way I teach it,however the basic elements are there. Some may be exagerated,some may be condensed.
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    Default Re: MT: Long Form 1 Video Comments Please

    the sounds?
    not needed. Proper breathing can be done w/out it sounding like ten cats are fighting.

    the upward blocks looked to be horizontal, flat.
    The downward blocks are HUGE circles.
    huge!

    No fluidity. At his rank (at least, what he's shown wearing) I can't fathom someone doing it like that.

    dunno

    I think someone might be trying to pull our collective leg

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    Default Re: MT: Long Form 1 Video Comments Please

    just watched him do long seven as well.


    it gets worse.

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