Very nice. Thanks for sharing. I'm an avid Nunchaku user as well for the past 17 years.
What I would like to see you do more of is constant change in direction. Attack in one direction then abruptly change direction, to the side or behind in mist of swing, facing the direction you're attacking. Though I don't spend much time with spinning them around my wrist or other tricks, I spend more time charging foward in attack, abruptly stop and attack behind me then charge in that direction and doing the same to my right and left. Constant change in direction of attack, and work on able to abrutly go walk backwards swiftly to retreat and side stepping/angle stepping out of the way of their attack. Keep changing direction, keep moving your legs, go foward, backward, turn left/right, constantly swing in directions that you're open to attack. Like creating a dome shield all around you by consistantly swinging in every direction possible. You'll always be open, so swing for the effort of closing all openings all at the sametime.
Have a friend armor up in sparring pads/protection and have them constantly charge at you aggressively and you use padded foam nunchakus and keep your distance with your legs, keep your legs moving constantly, stay out of their reach but just long enough for you to hit back. Your legs will be very important to help you keep your distance. Keep your knees bent.
[This message has been edited by Walter Wong (edited 01-06-2005).]