“Sydney 2014 Workshop 3” Online Video Trailer

by Shopmaster on 2015/06/17

Three rings, not move, be longer
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 65 min.   In: English   Year: 2014  Difficulty:1/5  At:Sydney

Sydney 2014 Workshop 3
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bruce.schaub June 22, 2015 at 8:27 am

Maintaining the three rings ( understanding layers of structure ). Master Chen teaches about how when we break this rule we ‘ tie ourselves up ‘. In order to properly ‘ lay the tracks ‘ we must always adhere to this rule. Gradually this process changes how your body manifests power.

There is a very good lesson on using a staff to train connectedness, power transmission, and the ‘dead’ quality of necessary to conduct power through and object efficiently. As Master Chen creates a series of sequential actions in his own body, there is a corresponding effect on each of the opponents body parts conducted through the conduit.

The section on manipulation of the empty space around your opponent is related to the concept of ‘ fighting without fighting ‘, and the ability to gradually use less and less power ( in the sense of generating force onto your opponent ) as you improve this ability. Master Chen gives the example of quicksand as an analogy of how you must attach to your opponent, and the segmented body behaving like a heavy chain.

Generating Power by locking the outside and moving the inside. By opening the middle we create a split that the opponent can not fight. 1 becomes 2… Master Chen talks about the training process to feel the two energies.

Fighting by manipulating length. Learning to trust the ‘ longer is stronger ‘ paradigm rather than fighting with short brute force.

Training the foot in relation to ‘ the fight for strategic position ‘. Gaining the correct position creates ‘ the cliff ‘. Once created, only a small trigger force is needed to send the opponent out.


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