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    The leg on the dummy

    The "Flick" as I think Pedro is referring to in his question, is the rotation of the wrist into Tan Sau. This rotation is done in unison with the hip rotation and step (body unity) into the Dummy. The intent of this is to move your opponent's technique and position off of the center line...
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    The leg on the dummy

    The rotation of the man sau to tan sau is a flick of sorts because of course if you do it slowly in reality it would not work. Remember this technique or 'Transition' as I prefer to call it, is meant to send your opponent out of the space you want to occupy with as little force as possible...
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    Wing Chun Forum

    I wish you future luck with your future Kung Fu journey.
  4. M

    The leg on the dummy

    You are very welcome (^_^) I would offer something more to consider: The MYJ can be very helpful in learning how to apply techniques/transitions. Likewise, it can also be detrimental. It can never provide the feedback that a live COOPERATIVE partner can, therefore bad habits can easily be...
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    Wing Chun Forum

    The easy answer is "You can't". If you are having a hard time sensing then, you need to worry less about fighting or sparring at this point and more about playing Chi Sao.
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    The leg on the dummy

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