CHIN NA Kung Fu – FLOW DRILLS for Self Defense – Locks+ Escapes & Counter Attacks




In this short video, Master John Duza and one of the new JSK Crew Amy Silbermann are demonstrating a couple lock and reversal techniques off of a standard …

4 thoughts on “CHIN NA Kung Fu – FLOW DRILLS for Self Defense – Locks+ Escapes & Counter Attacks

  1. C. C. says:

    In my experience, the more someone uses the "title" master, the more that person isn't actually one. And along with that, people's skill levels are not fixed. Someone might pass a test on one day, and a month later be less prepared. For that reason belts and titles are not always accurate. (Side note: Did this master bother to tie his shoes? I couldn't tell.)

    Pardon the rant, but this time factor is in my opinion the main reason traditional arts are viewed with suspicion. To be at a master level in a complex art, (not meaning chin na here) a student has to train like they did back in old China. Literally spend most of their day training. And that, in my opinion is why mma guys don't think traditional arts work. When the real problem is that students don't make training their life. In order to achieve something practical, chin na grappling is something that regular students can get some workable things from. A bit of a distraction and then chin na applied can go along way towards self defense.

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