What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby wayne hansen on Sun May 09, 2021 7:37 pm

Wouldn’t mean much as I’m not part of Huangs school
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby wayne hansen on Sun May 09, 2021 7:41 pm

Adam learnt off roger c
He was a student of Tony ward
Tony was a student of Joseph mak
All trained with Patrick Kelly
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby Bao on Mon May 10, 2021 1:16 am

wayne hansen wrote:Adam learnt off roger c
He was a student of Tony ward
Tony was a student of Joseph mak
All trained with Patrick Kelly


Adam studied with Mark Rasmus as well. Rasmus also claims his lineage from Huang.
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby wayne hansen on Mon May 10, 2021 3:14 am

When I was around Huangs people I never heard of Rasmus
He might have learnt from Glen Blyth in Brisbane who was a student of kee wee Jin
When I left Sydney I had students learn from Tony ward ,Patrick Kelly and kee
They would ring me up and keep me in the loop of what they were doing
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby Bao on Mon May 10, 2021 3:31 am

wayne hansen wrote:When I was around Huangs people I never heard of Rasmus
He might have learnt from Glen Blyth in Brisbane who was a student of kee wee Jin


Oh, then it must be Huang through Sam Tam? Rasmus seem to use a different vocabulary than Sam and his students.
Kee also studied with William Chen if I remember correctly. And so did one of Adam's teachers.
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby dspyrido on Mon May 10, 2021 3:21 pm

wayne hansen wrote:When I was around Huangs people I never heard of Rasmus
He might have learnt from Glen Blyth in Brisbane who was a student of kee wee Jin
When I left Sydney I had students learn from Tony ward ,Patrick Kelly and kee
They would ring me up and keep me in the loop of what they were doing


How different is your branch to theirs? I think you guys all come from CMC but are there other influences that change the training? I guess each instructor/generation owns its own but the root is the same.
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Re: What is Taichi Jin Power Really Like? Sifu Adam Mizner

Postby wayne hansen on Mon May 10, 2021 4:10 pm

Apart from the 37 all of Huangs stuff is either white crane or forms he invented
Thai keik teaches the entire Yang curriculum plus G M Chocks fighting set
The Aust Thai Keik we teach the above plus some Wu,hsing I,tang shou tao,zhong he ba shou guan,shaolin and fma
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