I am checking in with another question.
Ever since returning from Daqingshan, I have kicked up my Yilus to 10 to 15 a day. I might have to wake up earlier to achieve that, and somedays, such as the heavy rainy day we had yesterday, I would do a couple. I just didn’t feel like moving; and my body was aching probably from work and training.
As a result, I have discovered that I could move my tail bone (at least I think I am doing so) in without compromising the kuas. It feels as though my tailbone is wedging in between the kua/dang area. The kua to tailbone to kua seem to line up to a straight(er) line, producing more stability overall. Moreover, this also produces the pole that you asked me to work on while on Daqingshan: I feel that a pole extends from my tailbone to, I feel, the middle of my upper back, the point that I previously mentioned that I felt. I don’t feel an extension to myunfortunately.
Am I heading down the right path?