3 joint structures in “pushing the wall”

by admin on 2010/04/12

From: Wilkin Ng
Date: Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 1:08 AM
Subject: 3 joint structures
To: Zhonghua Chen

I have been doing push-tree exercise every time I go to the park. Only today I start to feel the structure of the 3-joints that you talked often in your video. My understanding is that there are two structures, from kua to feet, and from kua to hand.

The hard part is to change my habit from pushing into just using this structure to affect the push. The other difficulty is timing of the two structures, and having the correct angle in the kua where the structure meet (the white circle).

If this is correct alignment, how should I trigger the moves, should the lower structure move first then the upper one, or do both move simultaneously?


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webmaster April 12, 2010 at 4:18 pm

Very good, Wilkin. The key is that every part of the body should move except one. In the case you have described, the one point is your rear kua. You mentioned two triangles. In reality, there are many more. You are only feeling two and how they interact at this stage. The more of these triangles there are in the body, the more stable the body structure is, especially when you need to move.


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