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comment What does it mean to “uproot” someone in tai chi?
@Ho-ShengHsiao So, unbalancing and locking, or unbalancing or locking? Or are they somehow the same thing and I'm not getting it? (If it takes more than a sentence or so, your own answer would help.) :)
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comment What does it mean to “uproot” someone in tai chi?
I didn't see the word "root" used in the first link...? And for the second link, are you saying that uprooting means "unbalancing" and "locking"?
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answered What do instructors look for before allowing students to compete in judo?
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revised What aspects of health does form-based tai chi improve?
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revised Are chi-sao-style drills found anywhere other than in Wing Chun?
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revised What is the application for tai chi's single whip?
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comment Why Do Pressure Points Work Differently Against Different People?
Getting kicked in the finger hurts too, but it doesn't have the well-recognizing debilitating effects of a testicle injury. As for testicle tucking, I'm not going to google it to find sources for you, but I understand it takes practice. :) If I'm wrong I'll stand corrected.
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comment Why Do Pressure Points Work Differently Against Different People?
My understanding is that it's just a parlor trick: they tuck their testicles into their abdomen, so when they get kicked it's not much worse than getting kicked anywhere else.
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comment Why Do Pressure Points Work Differently Against Different People?
Tucking one's testicles is considered channeling qi?
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answered Are chi-sao-style drills found anywhere other than in Wing Chun?
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comment What is the application for tai chi's single whip?
You know, we could use your input over at martialarts.stackexchange.com/questions/995/… and martialarts.stackexchange.com/questions/949/… :)