by Nicholas Fung馮嘉傑(香港) on 2012/06/13


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 my head unfortunately.

Am I heading down the right path?

About Nicholas Fung馮嘉傑(香港)

I have studied under Master Chen Zhonghua since 2005. The majority of these classes are private classes. Right from the first trial class, I recognized the importance of spending quality one to one with this true Master. I am proud to be his disciple and have some results in my skills to show.

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Chen Zhonghua June 14, 2012 at 12:08 am

Generally speaking, you are heading in the right direction. More specifically, you will benefit more from more yilus that you are doing than the smaller technical discoveries. By the time you arrived on Daqingshan in May, you had made huge improvements already. What is needed is more Yilus to consolidate power and foundation to back up your improvements.


CantonCannon June 14, 2012 at 1:18 am

Thanks, Shifu! I will go do another 15 now.


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