Internal vs. External (Again0

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Internal vs. External (Again0

Postby JOHN THURSTON » Fri Apr 09, 1999 9:06 pm

Anthony:

We'll probably play with it tonite a bit.

I think the best use of it to et the feeling of sinking into the rear leg and pushing from it as you move forward.

All my guys look at me as though I am from another planet when we do this.

But, since I don't actually "know" push hands well enough to teach it (well I don't feel comfortable anyway) this will have to do.

As noted there are at least five different ways to do push hands just from one Yang Style Teacher: 1. Free style 2. single hand 4. four corner 5. two versions of Moving Push hands.

1-3 I can sort of stumumble through. I am lost a bit on 4 and totally lost on 5.

Oh Well!!

JOHN

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Internal vs. External (Again0

Postby JOHN THURSTON » Fri Apr 09, 1999 11:12 pm

Oops;

Sorry, listed methods 4 & 5 under No. 5..

I haven't even really seen these, although I have "stepping charts" in my notebook.

I guess there is a "Tai Chi" Tournament coming up around here.

To me it sounds like an immediate conflict in terms like "Military Intelligence" as the old joke (and not me personally) would run.

JD: "oxymoron"?

JOHN

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