Intermediate and Advanced Rope Dart DVD

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Appreciated for the high level of skill to control and wield properly the rope dart is growing in popularity at a fast rate and is as exciting to learn, as it is to watch. Born of the simple idea of a retrievable throwing dart, the rope dart is considered a hidden weapon easily transportable for exercise, practice, performance and self defense. This series has 8 intermediate techniques and 8 advanced techniques, which are formulated in a progressive and comprehensive manner to ensure clarity, confidence and enjoyment. The methods found on this series are taught by International Gold Medalist,Teacher and Trainer, … Continued

Rope Dart DVD 2: The Decision To Not Have A Form

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The decision to not put a form on the rope dart DVD was easy. Personally, I have only seen 3 different rope dart forms. One is the compulsory form set up by the Chinese Wushu governing body. It is the first rope dart form I had ever seen, found on the documentary “Precious Treasure,”which showcases rarely seen Kung Fu systems. There is Sifu Dennis Browns “Silver Dragons Tongue” form (I know he is a student of Sifu Willy Lin but am not 100% if he got the rope dart from him) and of course, there is Jin HengLi and anything … Continued

Rope Dart DVD 1: Filming

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I have been wanting to make a rope dart instructional DVD for years now and the dream is now an awakening. Mind you, I didn’t have any big names backing me. I didn’t have a definite “yes” from any distributors or businesses. I didn’t really even have a plan. No directors, no high quality cameras, no boom mic operators, editors, crew, scripts, trick camera shots, screen-in-screen shots, smoke, mirrors, anything. Some people need this to look good. Others are simply good. It was a rope dart, me, close to a decade of rope dart knowledge and infinite possibilities. And pizza. … Continued

The Phoenix Tail Rope Dart Flag

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For years the accepted method of rope dart flag fray prevention was to burn the edges of the flag. Burning the edges always worked initially, but then the flag would have to be burned again. And again. And again, until there was little to no flag left. This method of burning the flag resulted in both the flags inconsistency of shape and size and inconsistency of flight and wind drag making it difficult for practitioners to find consistent speed and control. Because the best flags used are made of silk, tying them to the rope dart is challenging. The silk … Continued