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  • Thanks! That move took me years to get. I’d train it like riding a bike: you kind of have to go for it and crash a few times. Be careful to keep your arms extended though or else you’ll knock yourself upside the nose (hopefully not with wood chucks).
    Keeping contact with the string/chain is crucial, but it’s obviously hard to keep up. Go as slow…Read More

  • I appreciate all that you have done to help the community Ken! I have noticed that the site was relatively inactive as far as the community goes, but I love what it stands for, and the potential it has to bring so many people together! I’ve always wanted some place more comfortable than freestyle forum – even though I haven’t even used that site…Read More

    • Thank you Devin! I do like how up-close-and-personal this site is with the people that post on here. I wanted to make it as comfortable as possible, but with all of the features, I think it can seem a bit complicated and overwhelming at first. But then again, so was Facebook at first.

      I really like your ideas and have also been thinking…Read More

  • Thanks! I was so tired, but I have no complaints! I think I’m finding my own language with nunchaku!

  • Very solid handrolls, and great awareness of your chucks! It looks like you never forget some things, just like riding a bike. Give it at least 5min a day and you are gonna feel it soooo good (though it looks as if you already do). Welcome!

    • It’s so weird how almost instantly muscle memory from 20 years ago kicked in when I grabbed a pair of nunchaku a few months ago.
      Thank you for you kind words and welcome ! I’m really happy you guys are here and how supportive everyone has been 😀

  • Good tips and well worded! I cannot attest to the value of the first tip enough. That 5 minutes a day really does wonders.

    • Epic run dude! Very nice stuff. I love your low spin foot catch, it blew my mind when i saw it. Keep it up man you rock

      • Thanks! I was so tired, but I have no complaints! I think I’m finding my own language with nunchaku!

    • That roll at the 8 second mark was beautiful ! All of it was fantastic but that roll! I’ve been flirting with that for a while now but can’t seem to find my way. I get like 3 quaters of the roll and some how manage to launch the nunchuka away from myself.

      • Thanks! That move took me years to get. I’d train it like riding a bike: you kind of have to go for it and crash a few times. Be careful to keep your arms extended though or else you’ll knock yourself upside the nose (hopefully not with wood chucks).
        Keeping contact with the string/chain is crucial, but it’s obviously hard to keep up. Go as slow as you can without gravity taking charge, and one way to get it is to keep one finger stationary while the other does the spinning around (I used to use my less-dextrous left hand to hold still while my right hand does the actual spinning). From there you can either keep it that way or start moving the left finger as well.
        I think Ken may have a tutorial video, and I think he calls it a Wheel.

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