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Default Tai Chi Push Hands For Beginners, Part 3

Tai Chi Push Hands For Beginners, part 3.

In this video I will share with you more easy training examples. They are intended for beginners. For example for beginners' root stand you need to learn to re-direct as much force as possible to the ground so that you can stand firm. Thus in this video we measure the force, the higher the better. At higher level, then you will learn not to use force, avoid letting your opponent feeling the force etc. In that case, we will measure the force, the lighter the better.
Hope other people can contribute more training ideas and let us know why they work for you.

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