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Wang Yongquan, Chonglu's son, was interested in martial arts since childhood and when seven started to study Buku ("wrestling" in Manchu language) and became very sturdy and his movements were strong and vigorous. At the age of eight he often accompanied father to Yang's house. Mr.Jianhou liked Yongquan as he was a very bright kid and allowed him to learn martial art of yang family. Mr.Jianhou ordered him to accept Yang Chengfu, Jianhou's third son, as his master. Since then father and son often went to Yang's house in the western part of the capital to study martial art.
Steve Rowe wrote:Appreciate the feedback Wayne. This was temporary for me focusing on the core work to keep my 'vitality' going whilst the intravenous antibiotics worked on a life threatening infection. TBH I didn't give a thought to application.
These things can be worked on but it limits the skill development of both parties
The magnitude of the moment of a force acting about a point or axis is directly proportinoal to the distance of the force from the point or axis. It is defined as the product of the force (F) and the moment arm (d). The moment arm or lever arm is the perpendicular distance between the line of action of the force and the center of moments.
Moment = Force x Distance or M = (F)(d)
The Center of Moments may be the actual point about which the force causes rotation. It may also be a reference point or axis about which the force may be considered as causing rotation. It does not matter as long as a specific point is always taken as the reference point. The latter case is much more common situation in structural design problems.
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As for the sitting down pushing I demonstrated it to both my students and outsiders when I first saw Huang doing it
At least he had a bit of skill at it unlike those doing it today
wayne hansen wrote:.....when I first saw Huang doing it
Steve Rowe wrote:A bit of wheelchair Tai Chi I did in 2015 between having my knee removed and leg fused.
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