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舊 2014-06-22, 05:45 AM   #28
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The viseo is an excellent clip showing how good Master Chan's taichi techiinque for non taichi people. Only you got some mental issue said it's wrong.
There's no such thing as "taichi techiinque for non taichi people," and that is your "mental issue" that is "wrong." Master Chen is an excellent Taichi practitioner, and have tons of videos on the net, but what you chose to show is the least skillful one, which does show that you lack of understanding the practice of Taichi push hands, and the practice of "聽勁, 懂勁, 發勁," and how the "power" is played in martial art fields in general.

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Norman people related to the video means non taichi practioner. So easy to understand but seems your brain is not working properly. I'll make it more clear so you don't use your brian to understand next time. Sticks on one and the one can't get away. There is quite a bit of martial art can do this. Nothing special. It's only you little knowledge don't know that.
Gabble, gabble, can you rewrite this paragraph, it doesn't make sense. You do sound like a "green belt" splatters under the stress.

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Can you do it to me? More likely you cannot escape once your hands stick with my hands.
Actually, it is the other way around, and I don't think that you even know such a technique.

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An old man like you is so lonely and didn't get repect anywhere. Need to Get drunk always to excape from reality. you call this 曲高合寡. Actually in Cantonese we said person like you is: 吾死都無用,阻住地球轉的頑固老人
A sore loser's whining, and yes, one who lacks respect to elders lacks self-respect, little character (小人物) it is.

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Skiing instrction is the road to get improved for normal recreatioanl skier.
That's you ski instructors' self-gloating talks. And again, skiing skills and skiing instructions, though related but two different subjects. And with today's "cheap waged" instructors who themselves even need more skiing instructions and as well as learn to teach, not sure how far a ski schools' instruction can take you.

Since one is learning better when "teach," learn to teach oneself is the best way to improve one's skiing. In the old days only ski schools have information on skiing, ski instructions may be a good idea, but nowadays with internet, youtube, and other medias, skiing info are all over the places, self-taught, or buddy-challenges (watch how kids learn/challenging each others in terrain parks,) or just plain skiing more can make it much quicker progress. From what I've observed on the mountains, 90% of classes are a waste of time and money. "Instructor path" to better skiing takes too long, so is not efficient.

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To be trained to a professional skier needs to get into the alpine racing flield trained by racing coaches or if people like skiing moguls good, get the competition moguls training.
Yes, that's pretty much the American way, but for noncompetition skiers those trainings are too much a requirement and too wasteful for their limited resources.

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Blake properly got trained in the moguls competition flield for quite a while. A self leran skier can never go to that kind of level. A guy self learn stubborn guy like you can only trash talk on the internet of how great a skier you are.
Given that Blake has claimed that he has never competed in mogul competition, I doubt that he has spent much time on mogul competition training with a coach, I think he too is self-trained. And what do you say about his brother, the tele guy? Who in you CSIA do you think that can coach him? What you think self-trained cannot reach their kind of levels is your little tunnel-vision's trash talks.

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Miyashita is the top of the top ski instructor in Japan. He is not self learnt, dume ass.
"dume ass"?

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Your well known dirty month is famous everywhere.
See who is talking, a CSIA L2 turned foul-mouthed net-basher.

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