3 variations of tui shou "push hands": Cheng Man Ching (CMC), Chen/Yang, and Wu styles.

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3 variations of tui shou "push hands": Cheng Man Ching (CMC), Chen/Yang, and Wu styles.

Post  Matt_Stampe on Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:47 pm

Cheng Man Ching (CMC) version "Si zheng shou" trains Pung-wardoff, Lu-rollback, Ji- press, and An-push, this variation trains "Ting Jin" or "listening energy" via the "Beautiful hand style" . CMC version trains the legs, waist, and uses a scooping action to redirect the oncoming press. Chen and Yang variations are exactly the same as each other, but different than the CMC version, it using "Stick, Adhere, neutralize, and Follow." The palm style is sometimes called "willow Leaf palm" in Yang style. It trains continual joining at the opponents wrist, forearm, and elbow. Lastly, the Wu style that uses a small vertical circle that neutralizes upward or diving downward to change and redirect force. In Wu, Touch (zhan), connect (lian), stick on (nian), follow (sui), and do not separate (bu dui ding) are fundamental.


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Awesome Basic Pushhands Regimens

Post  ANGELSGYMSINGH on Wed Feb 13, 2013 7:07 pm

Matt,
This is a wonderful breakdown of pushhands. I love it. Please put together an instructional video of each of these three methods.... I will be teaching this breakdown in my YMCA classes.... I have one more that I use which has the hand go under.... and clears to the inside out during a rollback.... again.. I really like this video..... Great job... MORE MORE MORE Very Happy

Here is a video of me and my son training and doing some chi sao and t'ui shou,,,,


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Re: 3 variations of tui shou "push hands": Cheng Man Ching (CMC), Chen/Yang, and Wu styles.

Post  Matt_Stampe on Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:05 pm

Bagua "push hands" Rou Shou/San Shou freestyle play. part II has two person walking form using Old 8 palms/Animal palms.



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3 Cheng Man Ching supplementary push hand drills


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Re: 3 variations of tui shou "push hands": Cheng Man Ching (CMC), Chen/Yang, and Wu styles.

Post  Matt_Stampe on Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:28 pm

Single hand basic


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Post  Matt_Stampe on Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:15 pm

Xingyiquan- 3 hand cannons, 5 element stationary, Yiquan push hands part 1



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