“Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20230823” Online Video Purchase

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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 58 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2023  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20230823
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Simon Yau August 23, 2023 at 7:39 pm

My Note for today’s lesson Are Hand out Elbow back ( in ) Dan tin don’t move , every move have to follow through, never go back an Forth.When hand out elbow in on the line Shoulder down ( open ) to Issue power . When Issue power centre never move only move two end .


Bill Cullen August 23, 2023 at 8:10 pm

Three important Yilu corrections

1 – One “Not That Important Thing” (meaning it looks insignificant, but it is the most important part)

The hand must be in the correct tile hand position at all times. The wrist needs to be stretched out. All moves must be from the elbow joint. You think the hand moves, but the hand absolutely does not move.
Because the wrist is not correctly set, the power from the elbow is totally compromised and you have flimsy moves – you have no power. Everything has to come out of your elbow. The tile-hand structure never moves.

Our normal behavior is that we want to move our hand and wrist in the direction we want to go, and that results in a less elbow action. The hand and the wrist want to move independently in the desired direction, which is actually fighting ourselves. You have to turn your elbow so much, and then if that\’s not enough, turn your body to get your totally locked tile-hand to point in the direction you want to move.
The key is: by restricting your wrist – not being able to turn – then you have to make the whole body move to make the slightest or smallest change in direction.
Every small change of direction causes your entire body to shift. To engage, there is no bending of the wrist, and no move of the finger – you have use, your elbow and then kua, and then if that’s still not enough you have to change the whole body in the required direction. This forces your behaviour, you movements to actually do Yilu. You have whole body, entire choreography, to accomplish something.

2 – The Big thing is lack of rotation and grinding.

When you do a correct rotation in the first move of Yilu, the right heel needs to grind on the floor or the ground.
Grinding is “nian”. It’s very, very, important.
That grinding causes a whole avalanche of correct things to come out. There has to be a stick, a rotation and power present to have grinding – otherwise you are faking it.
When you make this move with your hand, like in six sealing four closing, you imagine the base of your palm touches something (e.g. the opponent’s arm), you make sure that your arm structure is very stiff. Then you only push from the shoulder to make the action grind. Otherwise you’re just making a flimsy moves.

Exercise to train rotation.
Lift your toes on your right foot and press into the heel.
The upper-body and lower-body stiffen, stretch out and make your knees straight. Step out slightly with your right foot so that it’s easier to rotate and you can feel it better.
When you can rotate the heel, and pull or press the head into the heel without bending at the waist or knees – when it’s a stick – that’s a rotation. When you do it right, that heel grinds on the floor.

3 – Block Touching Coat

You must clearly express that the two opposite hands reach the two ends. To do this you need to go to the end and stop, to feel and express that your middle splits two ways – stretching out to the two opposite hands so they reach the two ends. Otherwise, you are making a motion that is blended and not clear.


Thomas Poitreau August 24, 2023 at 1:01 am

1) Issue Power
When issue power in ‘six sealing four closing’ , one key point is the positioning of the rear knee.
It should align at a 90° angle relative to the hip line while avoiding any elevation of the rear kwa.
This allow to effectively harness and concentrate power.

2) The so cold saying of ’empty your cup’ is pointless.
This saying is essentially flawed, as it inaccurately likens the human spirit to a cup.
Unlike a cup, the human mind doesn’t function in such a way that one can consciously choose to empty it.
We don’t decide what we know, we know it and that’s it.
However what can be done is the continuous acquisition of new knowledge, gradually refining and expanding upon existing understanding until the new supersedes the old.”


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