at :13 it isn't supposed to be for show, but whenever I do it, it looks like that's the primary base around it. It's supposed to be a stomp on the foot and an 'explosion' from the fist at the same time.
Disclaimer. I know little about traditional CMA other than that time spent in Tcc (which is little). You list ranking in Goju and aikido which I will address as these should be apparent in your overall movement.
I watch everything from the feet upward. All movement and the majority of power are generated from the ground.
At 0:13, your energy is more directed at the floor than your target. Is this for appearance?
At 0:39 the alignment of feet to strike/block leaves little power. What is the purpose? I ask this in critique and to learn myself.
At 0:46 your head is down. Why as this seems to be improper posture given your next moves appear against another opponent?
Again, I am not authority on CMA, but am commenting on your movement in general. Overall movement is crisp. Good, yet learn to control your body rise and fall during execution of movement. How is your breathing during execution? This is important as you should well know. If not, you're not ready for the ranks held in your bio.
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