Taijiquan Striking

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Re: Taijiquan Striking

Postby wayne hansen on Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:46 pm

Trick wrote:
wayne hansen wrote:Sorry I'm late in getting back to this
Yes the bag work was thru my Malaysian yang school but also thru my HK Wu school
Yes there were a lot of teachers doing tai chi in Malaysia from hard styles
That was because they had been bested by the tai chi guys

one of my karate teachers(back in the days) is an malaysian. since he moved to sweden in the late 70's he regularly go back to malaysia and while there he trains Taiji(ZMQ) his teacher a senior gong fu master(probably passed away by now) who consider his Wuzhuquan is for combat and taiji for health.......To make this a more strange little story, my karate teacher when it comes to TJQ he teach the Earl Montague(spelling?)-tjq



Strange stuff can't quite workout his logic there
My teacher fought Shaolin ,Muay Thai,Silat guys in the school there but most he knew just trained tai chi
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Re: Taijiquan Striking

Postby robert on Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:35 pm

charles wrote:I don't want to drift too far into the weeds, but the above description is somewhat misleading. force x time is defined as "impulse". Impulse is the change in momentum. https://www.differencebetween.com/diffe ... s-impulse/

Thanks for pointing that out, I'm not a physicist :o
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