Training Process

10-10

5-4-4-3

 

13 Points

Thirteen Points to Unify the Body

  1. Center of the Feet
  2. Crown suspended
  3. Perineum point down (on balance beam line)
  4. Shoulders over the hips
  5. Dantian - suction and condense
  6. Sternum - suction and condense 
  7. Mingmen - project and expand
  8. Kua - maintain energy on center of hips
  9. Tuck the ribs
  10. Elbows wrap down
  11. 9 solid and 1 empty point on the feet
  12. Knees aligned to the big toe
  13. Harmony to the Yin and Yang

10-10

10 Steps in Training Process

  1. Attention, Attention, Attention -I Chi Liq (Yi Qi Li, 意氣力)
  2. Six Physical Points, Three Mental Factors, One Suchness Feel
  3. Structure, Relaxation, Energy
  4. Loose, Soft, Elastic, Fajin
  5. Big, Medium, Small
  6. Range
    • Upper, Middle, Lower
    • Further, Middle, Close
  7. Section: Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder, Hip, Knee, Ankle
  8. Out to In, In to Out
  9. Three Dimensions
  10. Upper and Lower Hands

10 Qualities of Training Process

  1. Thirteen Points
  2. Five Qualities: Absorb-Project, Open-Close, Concave-Convex, Condense-Expand, Three-Dimensional
  3. Four Strategies: Close from Outside, Open from Inside, Open to Project, Close to Absorb
  4. Flow, Fend, Roll & Pivot
  5. 2-to-1, 1-to-2
  6. Circle with Center
  7. Center to Center
  8. Center with Cross
  9. 45 Degrees and 90 Degrees
  10. Full or Empty

5-4-4-3

Five Qualities of Movement

  1. Absorb-Project
  2. Open-Close
  3. Concave-Convex
  4. Condense-Expand
  5. Three-Dimensional

Four Processes to Unify at Point of Contact

  1. Flow
  2. Fend
  3. Roll
  4. Pivot

Four Strategies

  1. Close from the Outside
  2. Open from the Inside
  3. Open to Project
  4. Close to Absorb

Three Engagements

  1. Circle to Center
  2. Center to Center
  3. Center with Cross