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Jervis



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PostSubject: tai chi training   Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:20 pm

http://www.squidoo.com/chentaijiquan

http://www.chen-taiji.com/index.php/articles/taiji-basic/129-training-advice-for-chenjiagou-taijiquan-by-____chen-xiao-wang.html

like the 1st one, not all about forms and push hands


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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:33 pm

From personal experience,

1. No cold drink after training. Feck your joint.
2. If twist anke fix it quickly. If not fixed right, will feck you knee later.
3. Position hip right. If you dont want to have bad back.
4, Dont stay one movement for too long and become stiff.

I have seen people with great ma skill feck their knee, including myself. affraid

Cheers,

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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:19 pm

Overlord wrote:
From personal experience,

1. No cold drink after training. Feck your joint.
2. If twist anke fix it quickly. If not fixed right, will feck you knee later.
3. Position hip right. If you dont want to have bad back.
4, Dont stay one movement for too long and become stiff.

I have seen people with great ma skill feck their knee, including myself. affraid

Cheers,

Over


http://practicalmethod.com/lang/en/2010/10/sore-knees/
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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Thu Dec 09, 2010 1:41 pm

Open kua is a difficult issue. Perhaps has something to do with rotational angle of head of femur from this article.
Thanks for sharing Jervis.

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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:55 am

found this interesting blog on what makes chen tai chi look different between individuals

http://jordankeats.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/what-does-chen-style-taiji-look-like%E2%80%8F-2/

i want to strive to have the same intended movements as tian xiuchen


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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:49 am

Just watched that youtube clip on 'Chen Yu' from the link you posted.

He is a big guy & when he moves - it just looks so powerful.

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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:00 pm






These are good clips. Thanks Chowfarn.
But Jervis, head shaking is probably not good because it means enery is trap around head and neck. Just a personal opinion, i could be wrong.


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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Tue Dec 14, 2010 2:34 am

Overlord wrote:





These are good clips. Thanks Chowfarn.
But Jervis, head shaking is probably not good because it means enery is trap around head and neck. Just a personal opinion, i could be wrong.


Over

yeh you're right, i prefer not to shake at all, i could break my own neck!!
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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Sun Dec 26, 2010 3:27 am

I read this a few days ago http://practicalmethod.com/lang/en/2010/10/sore-knees/

This is the best bit of training advise I read in ages !

I could never work out why my right knee hurt some times & other times it was fine.
I put it down to my age & past injuries.
Some changes in my foot alignment to my knee has done wonders.

Thanks for the post!

Leon
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PostSubject: Re: tai chi training   Sun Dec 26, 2010 6:48 am

chowfarn wrote:
I read this a few days ago http://practicalmethod.com/lang/en/2010/10/sore-knees/

This is the best bit of training advise I read in ages !

I could never work out why my right knee hurt some times & other times it was fine.
I put it down to my age & past injuries.
Some changes in my foot alignment to my knee has done wonders.

Thanks for the post!

Leon


glad to hear that you can continue to train, i really found it helpful too
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