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    These are all done lightly as I'd prefer not to hurt my room mate, even if he did burn me with a firecracker. Excuse the drunken look on my face. The complete movement of the lap sau trap is done by pulling the person forcefully down and across and using the preliminary striking arm to gain a foot hold for other strikes.



    Lap Sao trap



    From that to an elbow strike. If I pull him forcefully with the lap sau, I will then step through with an elbow to the face or strike to the chest. Using impact force as he gets pulled forward, I strike into him and step through. Keep in mind, I am not doing these with force, so he is still relatively square to me.



    Double trap, pinning both arms to the body.



    The same, but I switched arms while striking, to compensate for his slightly resisting movement.

    For any critics who want to say this isn't done right or this and that.. etc. Remind yourself that I'm not going to the tool who beats up his room mates. In practice I do the moves correctly and with force.

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    Temper, temper. You did say you'd demonstrate how not to get clinched.

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    Those who esteme qi have no strength. ~ Exposition of Insights into the Thirteen Postures Attrib: Wu Yuxiang founder of Wu style tai chi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
    These are all done lightly as I'd prefer not to hurt my room mate, even if he did burn me with a firecracker. Excuse the drunken look on my face. The complete movement of the lap sau trap is done by pulling the person forcefully down and across and using the preliminary striking arm to gain a foot hold for other strikes.



    Lap Sao trap



    From that to an elbow strike. If I pull him forcefully with the lap sau, I will then step through with an elbow to the face or strike to the chest. Using impact force as he gets pulled forward, I strike into him and step through. Keep in mind, I am not doing these with force, so he is still relatively square to me.



    Double trap, pinning both arms to the body.



    The same, but I switched arms while striking, to compensate for his slightly resisting movement.

    For any critics who want to say this isn't done right or this and that.. etc. Remind yourself that I'm not going to the tool who beats up his room mates. In practice I do the moves correctly and with force.
    well dickhead i rest my case

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    Notice the chi emanating from my body in the form of a camera shadow. :XXknight:

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    Rest your case for what? Regardless of how I position my body, it's done so that I can strike fast and hard. WC's movements are done specifically for creating power in small areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jekyll
    Temper, temper. You did say you'd demonstrate how not to get clinched.
    you are so pedestrian in your sense of humour

    christ all fucking mighty... what do you want some gay emoticon

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
    Rest your case for what? Regardless of how I position my body, it's done so that I can strike fast and hard. WC's movements are done specifically for creating power in small areas.
    i think if you extend you strikes out your sternum(cl) will be facing the trapping hand..

    you can extend this to positions not normally associated with chi sau

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    your elbow strike will not hit because you need to reposition and the key to keeping him trapped is to face the trapping hand...

    go on check it out

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    I don't quite understand what you're saying. I never use Chi sau for fighting movements if that's what you mean. Also, we were taught to punch along the center line, but to use a triangular movement to hit the central target. This prevents us from having no power in a very close quarters.

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    I have, it always works, I don't need to reposition anything, If I pull him into me with the lap sau, which is what I would do when attacked, he flyes into my elbow as I push forward.

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