Shaolin Intermediate sequances DVD impressions

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Shaolin Intermediate sequances DVD impressions

Postby kippo » Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:10 pm

I've received the shaolin intermediate sequences and I have to say that I'm really impressed by the materials shown. Nicholas is doing a great job of explaining every moves in the sequences and not just showing them as seen in the DVD with Lian bu quan and Gong li. It is now possible to learn a sequence from a DVD.

And it's not one (like so many DVDs out there) with just one or two hours of materials. I can't recommend it enough if you were on the fence of buying it.

I've bought the advanced sequences DVD too and I'm eager to watch it.

Great job!
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Deception

Postby kippo » Fri Apr 01, 2011 7:59 am

Just to let you know that I haven't received my advanced DVD yet. And I know now that i won't receive it. I contacted YMAA at least 5 times for delivery problems. But only lazy answer from them.

First time in fifteen years of buying online stuff that a company haven't sent me an item.
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Postby Dvivid » Mon Apr 04, 2011 3:01 pm

Hello

I just noticed this message in the forum. Not the best place to mention anything pertaining to an order, but I understand you are having both email issues, and a problem with your delivery?

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