Master Chen’s online lesson on August 31st- Front axis rotation in positive circle

by Yuxin Liu on 2020/08/31

Rotation of front shoulder and front kua in positive circle.

Front shoulder and kua is the rotational vertical axis, which does not move.

1.Spine is in a vertical tube (central axis). In the second step turning with the waist, the axis is internally pushed up from Dantian to Baihui. In the third step out with the hand, the axis is pushed internally down from Baihui to Dantian, without dropping the head. (Not the original words from Master)
2.rotate kua more
3.We tend to move the back shoulder/chest when out with the hand.
4.The rotation is like winding up the old clock. Can not lose the tension.
5.In push hands, when you rotate, it’s all dimensions, but the opponent will feel you are moving forward. Like the wheels, rotating on it’s axis resulting moving forward.
6.Master showed an exercise we should repeat 1000 times to find the front axis.
7.The form six sealing four closing, the second positive circle, originally is a shifting from the front axis to the central axis to the back axis, no tossing. Changing the distance between the opponent and the pivot. (Not the original words from Master)

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Yuxin Liu September 1, 2020 at 12:29 am

Eyes fixed to 45 degree, head in fixed position.


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