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May
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answered How and when martial art was originated, who originated it?
May
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May
17
revised Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
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May
17
comment Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
Ah, that is what I'm looking for. Thanks!
May
17
revised Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
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May
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asked Origin of the “pinyon” in Villari's Shaolin-Kempo-Karate system?
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May
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accepted What differentiates the major styles of Tai Chi?
May
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comment What differentiates the major styles of Tai Chi?
That's a very good run-down. Thanks!
May
16
comment How does one progress from tai chi push hands to free-sparring?
@Ho-ShengHsiao Also, I attributed (in my mind) that the concept of "no-mind" is similar to when Bruce Lee talked about "no technique", in that you no longer are performing rote movements, but your body automatically moves in response to your opponent without the need for involvement of conscious thought. If I misinterpreted, please let me know.
May
16
comment How does one progress from tai chi push hands to free-sparring?
@Ho-ShengHsiao If those sparring are trying to win, then they aren't sparring properly. That is totally missing the purpose of sparring.
May
16
comment How does one progress from tai chi push hands to free-sparring?
I agree with @DaveLiepmann. Sparring training's primary goal could be stated exactly as you stated for push-hands: to "maintain no-mind even through disruption by outside agency".
May
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May
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asked What differentiates the major styles of Tai Chi?
May
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answered Are roundhouse kicks prevalent in traditional kung fu systems?
Mar
27
comment What is a good defense against a rear naked choke?
The best defense is to not let him get to the point where he can sink it in. :)
Mar
23
comment What's this posture called, and does it signify something
@DavidH.Clements Thank you!
Mar
22
comment Can Forms (Kata/Poomsae/etc.) or Techniques (Waza) be practiced on the ground?
Ne waza is Judo's ground curriculum, which was adapted into and became Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu. Just for clarification. :)