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Excellent instruction!

2 points to note:

1. one core tenet of taiji is "han xiong ba bei". A simple google search will shed some light in regards to correct taiji posture.
2. Tipping toes mid-step is common among exercise taji-ers, but it's invariably an incorrect movement in taiji practice.

Popularity of exercise taiji has spread a lot of bad habits - I hope you'll help people correct these poor practice habits so that they can appreciate the martial side of taiji!
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Hey there, excellent technique and instruction. Wish I'd found these earlier!

You will become even better by emulating this man's jin: Fu Qing Quan (James) 13 Posture Form 2013
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Dat fuzzy feeling...
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Masters always talk about the 'essense' of martial arts... this is it. thank you sensei!
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All of his applications are wrong. *shakes head
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+Murdoc Rutle I haven't had the privilege to be taught by him, but I would love to have some spiritual discussion with this man, I am sure he would be interesting 
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Hello all,

to respond to force against force - The translation wasn't done appropriately. Chen said "if your opponent's force is 'za', or unrefined, you can defeat him, with your better 'jibengong', or basics."

This is inline with Taiji martial philosophy, as destroying your opponents through sensitivity requires better 'jibengong'.

Moreover, taiji rooting technique requires a forceful opponent to be effective - greater the force, then the greater the opponent gets repelled.



In regards to legitimacy of the two schools of taiji - they're the same fist form and underlying theory are the same. Like language and customs, martial arts evolve over time, and the external differences can be reasonable attributed to that. If you push hands with taiji master of any school, the power you feel will be the same.
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+Moishe Kapoyer That's interesting. Did the Bagua teacher explain how he could do that?
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One of very few shaolin masters. Lots of ridiculous masters, eg shi de yang, out there.
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Shi De Yang is actually considered to be quite legit
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