My student in a Park
Hello all my martial art friends and enthusiast ,just wanted to share a video of myself teaching my student some shuai jiao and shaolin application in a park in Shenzhen china. Hope you all enjoy;]
I can’t speak for the others but push hands I have a great deal of experience in. some of the mane purposes of push hands are, to teach striking. Sticking can be used to block strikes, or tie or trap a guy in an upright clinch or grappling situation. Sticking is keeping in contact with opponents limbs, but without grabbing per say. The root is another aspect trained
Rooting is to maintain balance ,to prevent from be knocked over or thrown ect. It also allows you to deliver powerful strike and throws and locks. Push hands helps develop the root with a partner pressing or pulling at you.
Neutralizing is another skill developed in push hands. It is the ability to deflect incoming energy then redirect it. This can be from a grab or strike. Also the skill of uprooting is taught. In practice it is a push or redirecting non grabbing pull. In real life application it can be a throw, sweep or shove to down an opponent. Also all pushes represent strikes in real application.
Training varies greatly from teacher to teacher. Most all schools teach set patterns, they help to develop these skills to a certain extent. Free style pushing usually comes in the form of, fixed step, restricted step and moving. Fixed step you lose when moved out of your stance, restricted step you are allowed to do one shuffle forward and back, and moving can move around freely [something like sumo wrestling].
Competition comes usually in the form of restricted and moving push hands. Here are a few competitions I have done in the past, to give you an idea of what they look like.
Go another one for you ladies
I feel sorry for your student. Good lord, poor guy doesn't know he is learning **** from a piece of ****.
Is there some background to this?
Originally Posted by It is Fake
Originally Posted by Bezmond
@Wiz Cool C - Why are you teaching? Why not just be honest with yourself and find an instructor?
Oh **** this was the women's ninjutsu guy.
I fucked up. I feel dirty. This is what I get for seeing "shuai jiao", and thumbing up without actually watching the videos.
**** me, somebody give me a down vote I deserve it.
Watched 30 seconds of the first video again. Those forward rolls are horrible.
Edit: Watched more to punish my laziness. What are you doing with that bottle at 14:13? LARP-stabbing someone with a bottle pretending it's a knife? Comeon!
Last edited by W. Rabbit; 7/08/2014 2:12pm at .
Your ninjitsu sucks in a park,
I also believe it would suck on an ark.
It would suck either here or there,
In the ring or street while pulling hair.
No one should learn your made up art,
They could better defend with a Chipolte fart.
There is no use to your feeble strikes,
They are worth as much as wheeless bikes.
Your ground defense should instill shame,
Akidoka make you appear lame.
To teach this junk, you may be an ape,
Else you are preparing victims to rape.
"Your body must be like a stone, your mind... like a meatloaf."
Originally Posted by strikistanian
Originally Posted by Devil
This is a fail on multiple levels. I cannot identify a single technique that would be effective.
Originally Posted by W. Rabbit
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