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Learn Nunchucks - Nunchaku - Beginners To Advanced


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Last updated 9/2020
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.73 GB | Duration: 2h 9m
Beginner to Advanced Nunchucks from Kung Fu Living Online Training System
What you'll learn

The beginners or foundational nunchuck form performed with a single weapon
How to bounce the nunchucks off your body for fast changes of direction
Switching the weapon form one hand to the other with no pause in movements
Spinning and figure eight spinning in vertical and horizontal planes
The Intermediate double nunchuck form with many symmetrical double strikes
Advanced double nunchucks with asymmetrical spins and figure eight spins with fast body spins and steps
Complex asymmetrical strikes and figure eight spins while turning and transferring the strike directions
Hand rolling nunchucks with both hands while constantly changing spin direction
Some space, depending on the height of your ceiling, you might need to practice outside.
Two foam practice nunchucks, we recommend you DO NOT learn these forms with wood, fiberglass of metal version.
Nunchucks beginners to advanced as delivered in the Kung Fu Living online training systemThe Nunchaku or Nunchucks is a traditional martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope.The nunchaku is most widely used in martial arts as a training weapon, since it allows the development of quicker mind / body coordination and teaches 3 dimensional movements and patterns that also appear in unarmed Kung Fu combinations.The two sections of the weapon are commonly made out of wood, while the link is a cord or a metal chain. Modern-day nunchaku can be made from metal, plastic or fiberglass and bear in mind that possession of them is illegal in some countries, except for use in martial arts schools. Foam or plastic Nunchucks are generally available for safer training and we indeed recommend that you learn with them.The exact origin of nunchaku is unclear, it is often suggested that they were adapted by Okinawan farmers from a non-weapon rice-flail implement for threshing rice. It is very common that a farming community, who are under military dictatorship and forbidden from carrying weapons, will adapt their agricultural hand tools to use as weapons.Though I'm told there are police officers who use nunchucks instead of side-handled batons, it is unlikely that you will have need of these skills to defend yourself in a real confrontation. That shouldn't stop you from learning and enjoying these skills. Nunchucks are simply fun in the way that people enjoy juggling, but the improved coordination and neurological patterns developed will undoubtedly overflow to your other martial arts practice and other areas of life.In this program you will learn three forms (a form is a choreographed set of moves that enable you learn the most useful techniques within the context of other techniques).The first form you will learn is for a single Nunchucks.The second and third forms are for double Nunchucks.Each form is short enough to be remembered (this is martial arts, not memory training), and should be practiced until it can be done without thinking. Indeed, when you get to the 3rd and most advanced form, each hand will be doing different things and can only be done when each movement is learned at an unconscious level.The program is set out for you to train every day using several short videos. Adding to your skills in easy to follow steps, you will build superb skills that will become second nature.Some videos are called Repeat Drills, these are of simple techniques that you need to learn so that you can do them without thinking. Once you press play, they will simply repeat continuously until you hit stop. This will enable you to practice each movement many times with a constant visual reference to help you get it right. You don't want to practice until you get it right, you want to practice until you can't get it wrong.It is tempting to rush ahead, but you will find that to learn these skills thoroughly, it is best that you master each part as you go even if that means repeating the same day several times. Excellence takes patience and determination. Remember "Kung Fu" means "mastery through discipline."
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction to Nunchucks
Lecture 2 Introduction to the Course
Section 2: Nunchucks Basics
Lecture 3 Nunchucks 1st 13 Bounces
Lecture 4 Nunchucks 1st 13 Bounces with Shoulder Pass
Lecture 5 Nuncucks 2nd 13 Bounces
Lecture 6 Nunchucks 13 Repeat Drill
Lecture 7 Nunchucks 2nd 13 Bounces with Back Pass
Lecture 8 Nunchucks 3rd 13 Bounces
Lecture 9 Nunchucks 23 Repeat Drill
Lecture 10 Nunchucks Full Form Basic
Lecture 11 Nunchucks Full Form Repeat Drill
Lecture 12 Nunchucks Under arm Catch and Finish
Lecture 13 Nunchucks 1st 13 Bounces with Spins
Lecture 14 Nunchucks Vertical Spins
Lecture 15 Nunchucks Horizontal Spins & Back Pass
Lecture 16 Nunchucks 3rd 13 Bounces with Spins
Lecture 17 Nunchucks 3rd 1/3 Repeat Drill
Lecture 18 Nuncucks Full Form with Spins
Lecture 19 Nunchucks Vertical Figure of 8
Lecture 20 Nunchucks 1st 13 Bounces with Figures of 8s
Lecture 21 Nunchucks Full Form with Figure of 8
Section 3: Intermediate Double Nunchucks
Lecture 22 Double Nunchucks part 1_a
Lecture 23 Double Nunchucks part 1_b
Lecture 24 Double Nunchucks Part 2
Lecture 25 Double Nunchucks Part 3
Lecture 26 Double Nunchucks Part 1 Repeat Drill
Lecture 27 Double Nunchucks Putting Together Parts 1 - 3
Lecture 28 Double Nunchucks Part 4 Setup
Lecture 29 Double Nunchucks Part 4
Lecture 30 Double Nunchucks Part 2 Repeat Drill
Lecture 31 Double Nunchucks Part 5
Lecture 32 Double Nunchucks Part 6
Lecture 33 Double Nunchucks Part 3 Repeat Drill
Lecture 34 Double Nunchucks Part 7
Lecture 35 Double Nunchucks Full Form
Section 4: Advanced Double Nunchucks
Lecture 36 Advanced Double Nunchucks Alternating Bounces
Lecture 37 Advanced Double Nunchucks Double Triangular Bounces
Lecture 38 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 1 Repeat Drill
Lecture 39 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 3 Six Part Figure 8
Lecture 40 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 2 Repeat Drill
Lecture 41 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 4 Mixed 6 Part Figure 8
Lecture 42 Advanced Double Nunchucks Reverse Six Part Figure 8
Lecture 43 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 3 Repeat Drill
Lecture 44 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 5 Overhead Strikes
Lecture 45 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 6 Alternating Spins
Lecture 46 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 7 A Hand Roles
Lecture 47 Advanced Double Nunchucks Pat 7 B Hand Roles
Lecture 48 Advanced Double Nunchucks Full Form with transitions
Lecture 49 Advanced Double Nunchucks Part 4 Repeat Drill
Lecture 50 Advanced Double Nunchucks Overhead Strikes Advanced Transition
Lecture 51 Advanced Double Nunchucks Alternating Spins Advanced Transistion
Lecture 52 Advanced Double Nunchucks Final Form
Section 5: Articles
Lecture 53 How to learn martial arts at home by yourself
Lecture 54 Recording Subroutines
Section 6: Conclusion
Lecture 55 Conclusion
Anyone wishing to learn the use of nunchucks from complete beginners to experiences martial artists looking for a real challenge

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