Ed Parker And Bruce Lee Guilty Of Treason To The Martial Arts!-www.ggg138.com

Martial-Arts I always enjoy saying that people like Ed Parker and Bruce Lee were bad guys in the martial arts. People always get upset with me and talk trash. Then, when I tell them the truth, they are left with egg on their face. Ed Parker apparently never made it to Black Belt in the system taught by William K. S. Chow. Heck, halfway through teaching his students on the mainland, he had to go home to Hawaii because he ran out of material and needed more. And, Professor Chow told him no. So he made up his own martial arts, hired a kung fu fellow to help make up new patterns and techniques, redid his system (five times), and so on. The result was that he was giving out high degree black belts, hosting tournaments, inspire the starting of whole chains of schools, and some people hold that he was really only a brown belt. And the whole world was fooled into accepting him as the grand poobah of Chinese American Kenpo, and hardly anybody but a dedicated Kenpo practitioner knows where it all came from. And if you think Ed Parker wasn’t very nice, wait until you consider Bruce Lee! Bruce ‘The Little Dragon’ Lee apparently didn’t even complete his Wing Chun studies. He got embroiled in the street gangs of his native country and his parents finally had enough of his bad ways and sent him to cool off in the UAS of A! In the US, though he hadn’t completed his Ving Tsun training in China, he started teaching that martial art to whoever wanted to learn. Not knowing the whole wing chun art, though, he began bolstering it up with martial arts techniques from boxing, fencing, and 24 other martial arts styles. Yes, he was a sponge, but he was teaching Kung Fu to anybody who wanted it, betraying his race (according to some), and teaching stuff that went far beyond the classical martial arts. He was teaching a wild eclectic Jeet Kune Do style that went far beyond the classical karate kata training of the time. The end result of all this was a fight where nobody won (Wong Jack Man), and then he throws it all away to try and make it in Tinsel Town! Is that the mark of a dedicated martial arts innovator? Or is that some unbalanced wannabe giving it all up for fame and money? Now, it has come time for this scribbler to own up to a solemn fact up. Most of you readers know what I am carrying on about anyway. I am merely having fun with a little yellow journalism just to be sarcastic. Ed Parker, Bruce Lee, and other true innovators studied sufficient in the classical martial arts to know what it was, then they chose, for their own reasons, their own directions. They then did better than their teachers, and expanded the field of the martial arts to the benefit of all. Yes, Bruce Lee and Ed Parker were treasonous bad guys, as are all true artists, as need to be anybody who wants to go beyond same old same old training methods and delve into the true martial arts. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: