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Weapons / Re: Bow and arrow
« Last post by Webmaster on September 03, 2017, 03:22:48 AM »
Hi  MartialDan,

I have found a very complete Bo Staff tutorial for beginners, here :

Hope that will help you in your Bo Staff training.
Movies / Re: Alien vs. Ninja
« Last post by Webmaster on August 30, 2017, 02:25:43 AM »
Hi MartialDan,

Welcome on Martial Way Forum  #UC37

You can watch the movie here :

Weapons / Re: Bow and arrow
« Last post by MartialDan on August 30, 2017, 02:14:14 AM »
where can I find tutorial about fight with Bo Staff ?
Movies / Re: Alien vs. Ninja
« Last post by MartialDan on August 30, 2017, 02:09:20 AM »
have you seen this movie? is it good?
Floyd Mayweather Jr., the face of boxing for more than a decade, punctuated a stellar yet controversial career with a technical knockout over U.F.C. champ and first-time boxer Conor McGregor on Saturday night.

In the 10th round of a surprisingly competitive fight, Mayweather backed McGregor onto the ropes with a series of rights and lefts. McGregor’s face was completely bloodied. He was about to fall through the ropes, and the referee stepped in to stop the fight with 1:55 remaining in the round.

All the details of the fight, for each round, are here:
Chinese Martial Arts / Kung Fu / Documentary: Kung Fu in Shaolin Temple
« Last post by Webmaster on August 23, 2017, 05:39:11 AM »
Hollywood actor Jason Scott Lee has been a student of Bruce Lee’s martial art Jeet Kune Do for 20 years and in Secrets Of Shaolin he fulfils his lifelong dream of joining the institution that invented kung fu – Shaolin Temple. In an intense two-week kung fu boot camp, Jason will not only discover Shaolin’s centuries old secrets of turning the human body into the ultimate weapon, but also experience the spiritual effects of it’s Zen Buddhist practices. Secrets of Shaolin promises to be a stunning, action-packed insight into the world’s most famous martial art and a spectacular celebration of the place, people and culture that has inspired generations of fans. Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practices, which are practiced for a variety of reasons: self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, entertainment, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual

Watch the documentary :

Introduce or find a school / Re: Tai Chi Apeldoorn an introduction by Douwe Geluk
« Last post by Webmaster on August 13, 2017, 05:17:53 AM »
Hi Douwe Geluk,

Thank you for your school introduction and welcome on Martial Way Forum   #smile

We have also listed your school in our martial arts schools search engine :
Introduce or find a school / Tai Chi Apeldoorn an introduction by Douwe Geluk
« Last post by Douwe Geluk on August 13, 2017, 02:33:14 AM »
Tai Chi Apeldoorn the Netherlands

FuYuan is the name of this school and translated it means the "scource of happiness".

School Location

The school located in Apeldoorn in the middle of Holland. Classes are instructed by sifu Douwe Geluk a certified teacher and 2 times Dutch champion in Tai Chi Chuan.


Lessons in Taijiquan, Qi Qong, Tui Shou Pushing Hands and kungfu selfdefense.

Very unique is the fact that Douwe Geluk is teaching several Tai Chi amd Qi Qong traditions in his school. Styles like: Chen, Wu, Yang and Wudang are taught.

A trial lesson is always free and everybody no matter the level is try the classes.

Fu Yuan is a great martial arts school that is open for amyonr who is interested.


Tai Chi Apeldoorn
Henri Dunantlaan 6
7312BE Apeldoorn
The Netherlands

Classes are every tuesday from 8:30 until 10:00.
Movies / Re: Birth of the Dragon: official trailer
« Last post by Webmaster on July 26, 2017, 08:53:40 AM »
An interesting article that explains the reasons for the fight between Bruce Lee and Wong Jack Man, in 1964 :

In late autumn of 1964, Wong Jack Man piled into a brown Pontiac Tempest with five other people as the sun set on San Francisco Bay. The group departed Chinatown and traveled east over the Bay Bridge to Bruce Lee’s new kung fu school on Broadway Avenue in Oakland. After weeks of back-and-forth messages and rising tensions, high noon had finally arrived.

The showdown that occurred that night in front of just seven people behind locked doors was a legendary matchup by just about any standard. It posited two highly dynamic 23-year-old martial artists who shared a compelling—almost yin/yang-like—symmetry between them: the quiet ascetic and the boisterous showman, traditional against modern, San Francisco vs. Oakland, Northern Shaolin against Southern. The fight that ensued would affect the remainder of both of their lives. And even still, this symmetry would persist: one would silently endure the fight’s long shadow for decades, while the other would boldly become a global icon before passing all too soon.

Far more than just some youthful clash of egos, the incident has a much wider relevance. Not only did it shape the fighting approach of the man who would become the world’s most famous martial artist, but the match itself was a key moment in a battle of paradigms. If Bruce Lee is indeed a philosophical godfather of modern mixed martial arts competitions, then his fight with Wong Jack Man was a qualifying moment, a crucible that tested the validity of martial techniques much in the way that early UFC fights would in the late 90s, tearing back the curtain to bluntly expose what was effective and what was mere hype.

Yet this context has mostly gotten lost in the shuffle over the past half-century, as the showdown seems to permanently teeter between absurd urban mythology and obsessive hero worship of Bruce Lee. With Hollywood gearing up to release its latest sensationalized rendering of the fight, a new wave of misinformation is already starting to take hold. George Nolfi’s hyperbolic new film Birth of the Dragon will frame Wong Jack Man as a Shaolin Monk on pilgrimage who eventually teams up with Lee to battle the mafia. This movie will file in alongside the often-maligned 1993 biopic Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, which framed the fight as a dungeon battle in front of some kind of elder ninja counsel, concluding with Wong cheap-shot kicking Bruce in the spine.

By simple contrast, the factual history is infinitely more compelling than the mythology.

Read next :
Movies / Birth of the Dragon: official trailer
« Last post by Webmaster on July 25, 2017, 09:13:17 AM »
In 1964, Bruce Lee took on Wong Jack Man in one of the most controversial fights of all time.

In your opinion, is the actor Philip Ng credible in the role of Bruce Lee?

Watch the trailer for Birth of the Dragon, the film inspired by this true event :

Read reviews about this movie :
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