A teaching emphasis this week is the use of the movement of turn body, left heel kick to learn about slow compression, sudden expansion to utilize fajing in the heel kick.
We start off by turning the body 180 degrees nice and gentle. Left arm closes in, right arm follows with the same.
Feel the movement, feel the timing, feel the body closing.
Now open up by expanding the body, feel the unity, the connection. Nice and easy. Do it slowly first to feel.
After a few tries its time to do it the way we usually do it. Turn body, close arms……………… now suddenly expand body, arms and away the left kick goes.
Is it correct?
Let’s do a test.
Both arms closing in. Slowing down. Partner puts each hand on each of trainee’s upper arm. Apply some pressure, hold the pressure constant.
On completion of arms closing, the trainee suddenly opens up both arms and kicks. If the arms opening are correct the power will be strong and send the partner off balance. If not, nothing much will happen. The trainee will struggle to knock the partner off.