Thigh rotation in the circles

by Khamserk on 2010/05/26

In the positive and negative circles, the thigh rotates outward in the opposite direction from the turning of the waist.  This, along with tucking in the tailbone and pushing out the lower back, helps to keep the front flat so as to attain “no indentation and no protrusion”.  So if the front is flat then the kua can’t fold (indentation) and the butt can’t stick out (protrusion) so the kua must only move downwards as the thigh rotates outwards for this move.

Kham Serk

About Khamserk

Edmonton Instructor for the Practical Method Academy. Kham Serk studied with Master Chen Zhonghua at the age 15 and thorough many full time courses and other learning methods, became a disciple in 2012 on Daqingshan in China.

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Chen Zhonghua May 26, 2010 at 9:47 pm

Very good, Kham Serk. By the way, it was a good class tonight.


Khamserk May 27, 2010 at 2:44 pm

Yes, thank-you for the class, I am very excited about Daqingshan this summer.


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