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    [video]Neil Pendleton posted a video on 5 November 2011 - 3:42pm.
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    Jado Kuin Do

    introduction to the world of Jado Kuin Do

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    [image]Peter Moran posted a Image on 29 October 2010 - 3:05am.
    [video]Rickmansworth Ai... posted a video on 8 October 2010 - 1:44pm.
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    Aikido 31 Jo Kata

    Yoshinkan aikido 31 jo kata - Rickmansworth Aikido Club - http://www.rickyaikido.co.uk

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    [video]Rickmansworth Ai... posted a video on 8 October 2010 - 1:42pm.
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    Aikido Shodan Grading

    Mike and Chris Yoshinkan Aikido Shodan grading (both of us passed) This is final part with Jiu waza (free style). Rickmansworth Aikido Club - http://www.rickyaikido.co.uk

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    [video]Eric Kruk posted a video on 2 December 2009 - 5:01am.
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    Harimau Minangkabau Baringin Sakti Pencak Silat

    In this video clip, Guru Eric Kruk demonstrates the devastating attacks on the ground against an attacker. The Harimau practitioner is known for using quick speed , hard strikes , and being unpredictable in his attacks.. This sample video clip is a small portion of the Groundfighting video that will be coming out in the future.. www.baringinsakti-silat.com MUSIC - Requiem for a tower Movement 2, 4 by Corner Stone Cues. Music is for demonstration purposes only for youtube. Not for intent for copyright infringement..

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    U Academy posted a link on 14 April 2009 - 10:13pm.

    Ultimate Martial Arts Academy

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    Dunken Francis posted a link on 9 February 2009 - 6:25pm.

    Institute of Aikido Official Website

    the Institute of Aikido Official Website

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    Jonathan Bolt posted a link on 31 January 2009 - 11:42pm.

    Ju Dachi Martial Arts

    The website is currently being updated but please take a look

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    Andy Squires posted a link on 30 January 2009 - 2:31pm.

    Official Website

    Rickmansworth Yoshinkan Aikido Club Official Website

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    [video]Stuart Anslow posted a video on 29 January 2009 - 6:40pm.
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    Rayners Lane Taekwon-do Academy

    A video reel of some of the training that takes place at the Academy. Filmed at 2 class during April 2007. Its just a little bit of what we do, I meant to add more, but havnt got around to it yet :-(

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    [image]Zibi Panasewicz posted a Image on 17 October 2014 - 4:35pm.
    [video]Zibi Panasewicz posted a video on 17 October 2014 - 4:32pm.
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    YMAA Orientsport

    YMAA OrientSport - martial arts school in West London. Classes: Tai Chi Chuan, Shaolin Kung Fu Kids

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 14 August 2014 - 5:04pm.

    Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes #5

    Read the fifth article in Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes series, 'When Training by Yourself, Imagine Your Opponent is in front of You.' Master Tse explains how to train your forms by yourself better, to get the most benefit from your time training.

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 14 August 2014 - 4:55pm.

    Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes #4

    Read the fourth article in Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes series, 'Training is different to fighting.' Master Tse highlights the need to differentiate between fighting and training whilst giving some practical examples of the differences.

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 26 July 2014 - 9:39am.

    Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes #3

    Read the third article in Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes series, 'What is the proper Wing Chun stance?' Master Tse explains the stance and why it is so important in the Wing Chun system.

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 26 July 2014 - 9:34am.

    Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes #2

    The second article in Master Tse's Wing Chun notes series is now available to read. Titled 'A straight back and a clear mind', Master Tse discusses the importance of posture in Wing Chun.

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 26 July 2014 - 9:29am.

    Master Tse's Wing Chun Notes #1

    Read the first in a new series of weekly notes on Wing Chun by Master Michael Tse. The first in this series is titled 'Relaxed hands are dangerous.'

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    Michael Tse posted a link on 9 July 2014 - 9:27pm.

    Master Tse's new dedicated Wing Chun website is now live

    Master Michael Tse has launched his new dedicated Wing Chun Kuen website. Look out for a new series of weekly posts by Master Tse, starting this week. In this series Master Tse will share some of his thoughts, observations and memories about the art of Wing Chun Kung Fu. New notes will be published every Friday.

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    [video]Michael Tse posted a video on 4 June 2014 - 7:23pm.
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    Developing Chi Sau Part 1 - trailer

    In May 2013 Master Tse organised a Chi Sau day as extra training for the many Wing Chun students in the Centre. His desire was to push their skill higher, and over the course he helped everyone
    increase their experience and also gain from his vast experience as well.

    Watch the trailer here, or visit the Tse Qigong Centre website for the full video.

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    [video]Michael Tse posted a video on 10 May 2014 - 1:47pm.
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    Aspects of Chi Sau

    The Aspects of Chi Sau video series focuses on Master Tse teaching Chi Sau during the Wing Chun residential course in 2012. Chi Sau is an integral part of Wing Chun Kung Fu and allows people studying Wing Chun to practice techniques and their applications in a safe and relaxed environment. Master Tse says, "These techniques should become like your friend and be very familiar to you. We do this through Chi Sau (Sticking Hands training between two people.) In this way, when you do Chi Sau, you will not be frightened. Chi Sau also helps train your sensitivity and footwork.

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