Tossing 1 Online Video Trailer

by admin on 2010/11/03

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Author: Chen Zhonghua        Length: 27 minutes        Difficult Level: 3 out of 5        Language: English        Location: Edmonton
Focus: This is a more detailed lesson on tossing. It also offered synthesized information in relation to layers, dimensions, sequence of movements, and the lever. The content in this video is at a higher level and is therefore not as straight forward as the basic instructions. The method used in this video to combat tossing is called “what is done cannot be undone!”

Tossing 1 Online Video
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Allan Belsheim November 4, 2010 at 7:00 am

This is another critical video for all Taiji practitioners. Master Chen clearly explains and shows examples of how to cure the problem of tossing. A sequence is shown that allows one to be able to move and totally eliminate the problem of tossing that is part of other Taiji styles, but never part of Practical method. This is “must know” information that will bring your Taiji to a higher level – this is the essence of Taiji, not just empty form. Master Chen’s understanding and knowledge is very deep and is shared with us all.

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chenstylejohn November 8, 2010 at 5:54 am

Such a great lesson! Thanks so much for sharing this concept. The instruction about sequencing was an eye-opener.
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Thanks again Master Chen!

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Aiki October 12, 2012 at 5:14 pm

This video focuses heavily into the ‘single whip’ movement, so if you ever had questions in that move, I highly recommend this video. It was by far a surprisingly detailed explanation.

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Matt Landau May 14, 2016 at 7:42 pm

If you have not paid to view this video, I respectfully recommend that you correct this mistake immediately. This is a wondeful video on how to adjust and move sequentially. Do you know the single whip, 9-count method, Master Chen teaches to insure no tossing? Do you know that moving “vertically” does not necessarily mean in a line perpendicular to the ground? Do you know how to create a wuji fixed point function in all your movements? Thank you Master Chen for this fantastic video.

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