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  1. KEY IN

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    I heard many martial arts teacher challenge him but from 10 year no one still can push him back
    Its a flexible way to use the internal power ..he says


     
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    Obviously rising on the back leg changes the weight differential on the pushing arms; so, it is just physics, but what bothers me about any of Key's vids is that no one seems to want to bend their arms. The student was way over extended.
     
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    Sweep the leg, Johnny.
     
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    Xue Sheng All weight is underside

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    First: Just for clarifications, this is not taijiquan push hands.

    Second: that with intent

    Third: Use fajin, start with right hand, immediately follow with left, push to weak area of the stance. Do not push straight and directly to the strongest part of the stance
     
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    Question: Why lean back instead of twisting the body? A simple twist of the waist will allow the energy to pass and it takes less effort without making the stance weaker.

    I also don't see where the internal application is.

    The push is also not the push I would have utilized. I would have taken a lower stance and place my hands on the ribs and pushed upward at an angle. I wouldn't push a person into their root. I may even be a smartass about it and push just far enough to where he leans back (note he was leaning back on his own) and then push him in a totally different direction (like side ways).

    Either way I'm not understanding what I'm supposed to be seeing.
     
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    You are seeing a knife fighting style, turned into a strike fighting style, and I hate it. If some body attacks you, and you have a knife, you can stiff arm the attacks like you are a lathe, and he is a part, and that is great if you are holding a knife, but it makes for a very stiff fighter.
     
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    There is no such thing as "push him back". In fighting, you either knock your opponent down, or take him down.

    If you want to

    - knock your opponent down, you punch on his head (1 contact point).
    - take him down, you pull his arm, push his shoulder, and hook his leg at the same time (3 contact points).

     
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    Thanks. I was really confused after seeing the OP's posts
     
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