Singapore Tai Chi Chuan

Something to Chew On

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Chanced upon this video in Youtube this morning :-

 

I am not going to debate who is right or wrong in this video. However, I have to say that Singapore is becoming increasingly violent with so many instances of fights breaking out.

If you don’t know how to defend yourself this is as good a time as any to go learn something. Who knows, the next Youtube video I see could be of you getting shoved around, perhaps even whacked hard. Not trying to scare you but life can be unpredictable.

When I saw this video I thought of the following :-

a) If you can’t fight don’t pick a fight

b) Words can be loud and threatening but ultimately its physical techniques that wins a fight

c) You can be heavier but a taller opponent can also have an advantage

d) If you must fight, use your advantage to the fullest

e) If you cannot control your own balance your technique will lack power

f) Uncontrolled strikes tend to miss and you risk exposing yourself to counterattacks

g) If you must shove your opponent learn how to do it properly

 

 

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Author: ZenMindSword

Mushin is a practitioner, researcher and trainer for Yang style Tai Chi Chuan. He is also author of The Ip Man Koans, The Ip Man Questions and TaijiKinesis series of eBooks, as well as co-author of Complete Wing Chun.

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