SOME INTERESTING QUESTIONS FROM FOUR GATES

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Grandmaster Wong demonstrates a subtle application of the "thread palm"

Some interesting questions were raised by the students and answered by Grandmaster Wong. Why the elbow struck the palm in “Flapping Wings”, how to perform a low Horse-Stance, and the subtle applications of the Unicorn Step and the “thread palm” were explained. Grandmaster Wong also elaborated on the rotation of the waist, being relaxed in generating internal force, the role of breathing out in breath control, the difference between One-Finger Shooting Zen and Triple Stretch, and the importance of the Six Harmonies.

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Unicorn Step Flap Wing Rotation of Waist
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Double Stars Thread Palm Thread Palm
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Unicorn Step Breathing Out
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Triple Stretch Internal Force Six Harmonies


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Some Interesting Questions from Four Gates from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

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