“Roy Croucher Private 20201021” Online Video Purchase

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Chen Zhonghua’s Private Lesson for Roy Croucher on Oct. 21, 2020. Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 43 min.   In: English   Year: 2020  Difficulty:2/5  At:Edmonton Chen Zhonghua Taiji Academy

Roy Croucher Private 20201021
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Doug Gauld November 3, 2020 at 11:14 am

Roy Croucher private lesson review 20201021
-worked corrections on the negative circle
- fundamental to all PM; torso must be placed in position by legs shifting position, legs first, then torso follows, re-set torso structure and head position relative to intention, then manipulate parts to position arms, elbows, etc.
- learn to adjust kua and waist only, learn to work within the Taiji dimension
- learn the body’s division of labour, look up this topic on the PM website under Zhonghua Chen’s writings
- ‘it’ can we get ‘it’ when we can’t move what is outside body core, learn limits of normal human 2-dimensional perception/movement chains
- learn to think in terms of degrees of movement, 360 degrees for awareness, must understand major directions and how to subdivide into 45-degree angles, in relation to the opponent and in relation to each individual body part compared to the entire body
- Zhonghua Chen worked with Roy around the development of intention as a key skill in PM
- Peng is not only the correct angle in any situation it is also the correct amount of ‘fullness’ in each body part proportionally and directionally adjusted to current circumstances
- learn ‘Zhuan Guan’ or turning over the joint, learn to add a ‘little wiggle’ to turn over
- once contact/bite is made on opponent learn how to adjust various body parts with no ‘telegraphing’ of intent, move inside out to cover intent
- learning to ‘hinge’ movements from the kua is very important
- kua cradles the dantien, like a ball in a socket
- on all downward moves make sure you stretch backwards, reach back with rear foot to extend the overall body line, always get bigger
- when performing ‘brush knee’, turn body at the shoulder and kua pillar/rod

…learning to live a breath at a time…

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