Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

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Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Colin F. » 24 Nov 2009 18:57

Have you guys seen the new interpretation? If you have, that's all good, no need to comment. Actually it might be worth a second watch.

Personally, I think the idea might be right, but that the footwork might be a little off.

Have a look and see what you think.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gao5Cxb5te4
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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Stahlberg » 24 Nov 2009 23:00

Ah, finally someone who shares my view of things! :mrgreen:

Wonderful find, Colin! I knew I wasn't alone in my krumping and now there's proof.

What ever else one might say about the new krump, it is rather unpredictable. It sort of sneeks up on you when you least expect it: first some uncontrolled spasms, to throw you off, and then wham(!).

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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Wolfgang Ritter » 25 Nov 2009 10:15

The footwork seemed indeed a bit static, but apart from that I find it martially sound and absolutely convincing!
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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Herbert » 25 Nov 2009 15:36

I must admit it seems a bit far fetched... at first. But after checking the manuals it makes quite sense. I am really curious about the new Zwerching.

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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Batfink » 25 Nov 2009 16:42

Speaking as someone who mainly studies Fiore- this goes a long way towards bridging the gap between German and Italian systems in my mind. In fact, I'm pretty sure I use that exact technique in sparring, albeit with a more 'Fioreish' footwork.
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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby craftyfighter » 25 Nov 2009 21:06

Batfink wrote:Speaking as someone who mainly studies Fiore- this goes a long way towards bridging the gap between German and Italian systems in my mind. In fact, I'm pretty sure I use that exact technique in sparring, albeit with a more 'Fioreish' footwork.


Ohh, so that was what you were doing...you had us mighty confused.


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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby W.T.Heinz » 26 Jan 2011 09:32

Incredible work. I am looking forward to the new vier blossen.
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Re: Krumping, here is a new interpretation.

Postby Harry » 27 Jan 2011 13:09

maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan and I wasted band width for this crap.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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