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RICHARD ADAMS SEMINAR
Richard Adams was introduced by Combat Sports Worldwide`s Paul Griffin, after this brief intro. Explaining that Richard has been trained under various instructors in Martial Arts and stunt work, one of whom was Jackie Chan.
Richard father first introduced him to martial arts at the age of eight, Richard since this age has continued training, and he has travelled and spent sometime training in Hong Kong. Richard is now only 26 years old which is young, but has completed a formidable 18 years training with some world renowned martial artist & film stars.
Richards main area of training are in Wing Chun & Thai boxing, he has fought in the WAKO tournaments and competed in Thai Boxing Full Contact.
Richards approach to the seminar was one of cool harmony, he was always careful to praise other Martial Arts. He explained his art was collective and related more too elite training methods and not just techniques. The seminar covered a broken down form of sparring combined with grappling giving a realistic air to street work and making it easier to grasp for the student in much greater safety.
Fundamentally Richard has a thirst for Martial Arts and he enjoys sharing his knowledge. He is young and this go’s against his credibility, but watching Richard performs throughout the seminar he demonstrated a credible expertise and gave all the participants something to aspire to. His 18 years experience shows through his young age and accompanied wit a non machoistic and genuine attitude towards other martial arts. Richard also has a modern view of martial arts, his analogy relates to electronics which started with the thermonic valves and progressed through germanium semi conductor transistors, silicon transistors , integrated circuits, micro processor etc. people have taken it and developed it and refined the end products contributing to our society. Richards view of his art is like electronics he will develop it and refine his students to the best of there ability.
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