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Tag Archives: Tensegrity
Many times in my experience with Yi Chuan the right path was the opposite of what I thought it was. For you Seinfeld fans out there I felt like George Costnaza…..if I just did The Opposite of what I thought it was I would … Continue reading
Yi Chuan Puts Standing First
Most martial arts systems start by teaching new students basic techniques. Stances, blocks, punches, kicks, break-falls, joint locks and other techniques are practiced and improved through repetition. Yi Chuan is different; in that, the method clearly asserts that it has … Continue reading
Posted in Theory Tagged Experiential Learning, Integrated Strength, Internal Strength, Jam Jong, Standing Post, Tensegrity, Zhan Zhuang Leave a comment
Do a quick survey of your posture as you read this. Are you sitting down in a chair, back slumped and spine hunched? If so, you are not alone. Most people, myself included, have a bad habit of collapsing their … Continue reading
Posted in Application, Theory Tagged Chi Gung, Jam Jong, Standing Post, Tensegrity, Zhan Zhuang 2 Comments
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