Taijiquan on the Blue Mountain Part 19 — Life (Almost)
8th to 12th March 2009
MOVING TO AN OPPONENT'S BACK
Imagine that while sparring or fighting with an opponent, he suddenly finds you have disappeared. This is because you have moved to his back. Moving to an opponent's back is an advanced skill. But course participants learn this skill quick efficiently. They also learn how to defend against such an attack.
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|Moving to Opponent's Back||Adjusting Footwork||Guarding Opponent's Leg|
|Moving to Opponent's Back||Neutralizing Push||Class Practice|
|Neutralizing Push||Sinking Body||Being Pushed Away|
|Sinking Body||Class Practice|
|Class Practice||Class Practice|
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