“Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20220303” Online Video Purchase

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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 72 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20220303
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Yuxin Liu March 3, 2022 at 7:24 pm

Train the kua to do figure 8 action. Lock the knees. Kua stretches against the opposite knee, keep the stretch and rotate the other kua. Neutral -twist- neutral. 111-21-12. A pin in between the two kua.
Fist draping over body. Big moves to feel the range of left right, forward back. The put the stretch into a tube the moves go spiral. Lock one kua, push the other kua up to move the arm.


nick tangri March 13, 2022 at 4:43 am

Coincidence? Maybe. Much gratitude certainly.
About 2 weeks ago i began to experience pain in my hip flexor muscle causing pain down my left leg. Sciatic nerve problem. The problem was not a slipped disc as i had full range of movement and could still touch my toes. There has been a tighteness in the muscle.
About 3 days ago problem became much worse, pain was constant, and i could not find a comfortable position. I could only take about 10 steps before stopping, doubled over. The doctor gave me prescription only panadiene, which helped. However i had to take so many that i had to go back to the doctor the next day to get more pills.
I was also on Youtube checking out all the expert videos on the subject. There are a lot.
All the recommended stretches and strengthening excercises only aggravated the muscle, none gave me any relief.
I guess you know where this is leading, only a few minutes into the video i found my stretch. Thank you.
I locked the opposite kua and stretched the affected kua against the locked one. In an earlier video Master Chen showed the correct way to open the kua evenly. The bottom point of the kua curls upward to open evenly to the knee and also to the dantien. I was able to stretch open what was tight and even though the area is still tender i had instant relief. I am comfortable, and can walk freely.
Australia are playing Pakistan in the cricket tonight, i can now enjoy.


Bill Cullen March 16, 2022 at 6:42 am

Nick, Your post is a good testimonial to the effectiveness of proper training in the Practical Method. I was wondering if you could name the “earlier video” where Master Chen showed the correct way to open the kua evenly. Thank you


Kelvin Ho March 16, 2022 at 9:05 pm
Bill Cullen March 22, 2022 at 2:49 pm

Thank you Kelvin!


nick tangri March 22, 2022 at 8:40 pm

Hi Bill,
apologies for not replying sooner, i wrote down the method, but not which video it came from. I tried to find it but haven’t yet.
Kelvin, thanks for replying and helping out.
The video itself is important, someone should remember it.
Its not my place to give advice on technique i know, but the method is simple and effective, and i feel an obligation now to explain. Of course the video itself is the best explanation. A picture is worth a thousand words.
The method i guess, came about in order to open the kua evenly. If we try to open the kua by stretching knee against kua and dantien against kua, we can never match the two. One will pull more than the other.
The method is to focus on the inguinal crease, pick a point on the bottom of this line, the under side of the kua and arc this point upward in an arc, towards the top of the kua. You should feel both sides open together. I think of this as rotating about the thigh bone so as not to move horizontally.
Again, its really not my place to explain this, If anyone can give a better description, or preferably remember which video this came from, please help out,


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