“Kelvin Ho Online Lesson 20220713″Online Video Purchase

by Shopmaster on 2022/07/13


Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 64 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Kelvin Ho discussed about the 3 ways of movement for a triangle. The following exercises were done:
1) Stand with the back on the wall. Move the elbow up to the line between the hand and shoulder. The energy is split. One goes towards the fingers, one goes towards the shoudler. Since the shoulder is not moving, the energy is bounced back towards the fingers.
2) Stand with the back on the wall. Move the shoulder backward causing the energy to go forward towards the fingers.
3) Stand with the back on the wall. Move the elbow up, lock the hand as if it was put on a wall. The elbow movement causes the torso to slide down the wall.


Kelvin Ho Online Lesson 20220713
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James Tam July 14, 2022 at 10:53 am

This video covers drills mainly focussed on the hand-elbow-shoulder triangle, which is also applicable to any triangle formed with other parts of the body. Instructions and corrections are provided on how to properly move the middle component (elbow) in a vertical direction to produce an effect along a horizontal trajectory in both directions (hand and shoulder move away from the elbow). In the drills, a wall is used to help keep the position of the hand or the shoulder from moving.
Three drills:
1. How to properly move the elbow (middle component) up, with a wall preventing the hand from moving.
2. How to properly move the elbow (middle component) up, with a wall preventing the shoulder from moving.
3. How to properly move the elbow (middle component) up, with a wall preventing the shoulder from moving except sliding down the side of the wall. Importantly, in this 3rd drill the hand is restricted from moving forward by an imaginary wall in front of the hand.

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