Finally getting myself out there on this website; I was meaning to throw together some sort of clip reel, but didn't really get around to it until now.
I've played with chucks for as long as I've done taekwondo - 16 years, and more increasingly in the later years.
This year however, specifically in the fall, I took my practice seriously (still not as serious as I'd like though, but at least consistent), and saw significant improvement. I thank Ken Hill for a lot of it has he was a huge motivator and source of advice and most importantly, inspiration. Jason Jadud is also crazy cool and a big influence
whose videos I try to watch on slo-mo constantly because I can never figure out how the heck he does some of that stuff.
However, I have myself to thank the most. I'm a guy who easily feels regret for not doing more than he could have at any moment of his life. I stuck with picking these things up daily, and I found my zen moment while jamming out every day. Additionally, I gave birth to my own techniques and variations and found out what it was that Devin can invent, innovate, and offer to the world, straight out of his own mind.
Here, I have the pleasure of debuting my own original moves:
(If I'm not the first person to do some of these moves after all, I'm still happy with myself regardless)
1) Double Aerial Sym-X Rebounds (@2:30)
I actually did this move wrong in the video!
2) Sym-X Knee Bump (@2:35)
3) Aerial Cord Catch from Low Helicoptor Throw (@2:42)
4) Fishtails or Infinite Wristrolls (@2:49)
A guy actually already did this years ago, but I still made this up on my own!
Honestly, this isn't my best ability of straight up nunchaku play featured here. I just took most of the videos I post on Instagram and chose from those. I always took videos right when I barely just learned the move, so they're still rough. Perhaps in the future I'll upload some simple improv practices and jam sessions.
Those new moves are sweet dude! Very nice work. It’s really cool that your so motivated to innovate. Very glad you posted this, its inspiring and motivating to see your new moves and hear your proud of what you worked on. Thanks for sharing
Thanks! I think I’m really starting to evolve my own style to separate myself from the rest!
the last move was badass man