James Mayhorn: Good job. Nice instructional vid. Thank you. I'm sure many people can copy or modify to their own needs.
GatorsRock01: WIth the exception of the 2 missing arms and the leg, you've created the Ching Jong from Choy Li Fut Kung Fu. CLF has been using this jong with the moving arm for a very long time...
Ryan Parker: Wish I had seen this two weeks ago. I got one made but this looks easier. watch?v=TV8j5npCfzs
Martin Seck: I will see what I can find written down. I don't know if I have anything other than this video on how to make one. I will check for you my friend. Take care!
Jeet Kune Do - Cáceres: my friend, all very good, I liked the idea and would have had a case about the possibility of sending me an email this project on paper because I would like to produce some of these for my school JKD,'m from Brazil see my page of web:
if you can send me the project in pdf or other file can send me here to help pora: email@example.com.
I leave here a goa greeting a Brazilian qeu admired his work JKD wooden dummy.
metaldad1967: My skills aren't much to write home about but I'll put one up soon.
Martin Seck: It was pretty easy to be honest ... I think a PVC mook would be more difficult honestly. Love to see a video of it when you are done.
metaldad1967: Gonna have to get my confidence up and try to build one of these. I've already built a PVC mook jong.
aikikenpo: A few days ago I´ve build one myself. Last week I surved through youtube and seen your video. It seems to be practical. The time will prove it, I hope.
I did five swords on it and if you do the last hits that used to go to the neck to the wooden arm
it`s really good to train.
Denis from germany
Pete Knoll: Martin I am totally impressed....I hope my plans helped the beauty of this construction is the flexibility and your own imagination. We have the metric system here (used to be imperial until about "70 or so) so I hope my inch measurements were near enough....I like the stand very clever...also if you round out the holes of the arm it will give you a nice side to side movement which helps with your Huen Sau and to punch the arm off the centreline....great work Brother totally in awe with this.
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
How to Build your own One Arm Spring Loaded Wooden Dummy (Mook Yan Jong) for under $405
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