Dead Camera

I bought the Sony Bloggie camera to make the videos for the site, but now it’s dead.

I don’t know why, but it won’t start no matter what I do.

On February 1st I send it to sony, because I still have the warranty, and they told me that it would be okay on February 8th, and today, the 14th, the camera is still in “inspection”. I wanted to make lots of videos now, because I ended my thesis (and passed it 🙂 ), but with no camera, I can’t record anything.

I hope they will hurry up, and that it will be as good as it was before.

Have fun and keep chucking!

New Site Look

I have finally changed the look of, to this one!

The old look was a bit boring to read, so I hope you will like this look a lot more!

Also, the Freestyle Nunchaku Map is already open to everyone… so explore about freechaku! It’s still need some work, but the general picture of it will let you know the possibilities it has.

To look the Freestyle Nunchaku Map, go here:

Nunchaku World Cup 2012

The Freestyle Nunchaku World Cup 2012 is on!

The deadline for the videos is January 11st, 2012, so be ready for it!!

Here is last year’s logo:

(Image by Scott Cox)

Check the forum here:

Check the Facebook Event here:

The rules are simple:

1. Video must not be longer than 3 minutes. ( + 3 second, for unexpected lengthening on uploading – there were many disappointments last year – so please follow).
2. Video must state clearly at the beginning:
– participant’s name or online username
– country or nation the participant wants to represent
– the name of the video (if not stated it will be referred to as ‘participant’s video’)
– optional to put and or FnF Logo: Black Red Yellow Blue Green
3. Video must not include footage that has been used in a previous freechaku federation competition.
4. The majority of the video must include nunchaku usage.
5. An option to protect your video, you can set your submitted video as [Private Access] during the submission dates but make sure you are available on the deadline. You have an option to upload your video to FnF Youtube account.

And that’s it, it’s that simple! Which means…
– Videos can be one uncut shot of a three minute performance, or they can be edited compilations of different performances.
– Video can use slow-motion to highlight difficult, fast moves
– Videos can use other video editing techniques for artistic effect
– Videos can include use of staffs, poi, swords and other props as long as the majority is nunchaku
– Videos can have stories









Nunchaku Tip #8

Don’t freestyle in the rain, unless your chuck has a nice grip… if you do, the chances of a flying nunchaku are nearly 100%.

Always be safe and look around you for objects, animals and people that you may harm… choose areas were you may spin happy, and not with accidents.