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舊 2014-06-20, 04:33 AM   #21
pku
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You mean the two bulls butt head? Only "brute forces," no, there is not much "martial art" skill to talk about. And no, 200 pounds guy without skill cannot push me, if he is not being flipped/thrown first.



No, Blake doesn't need to know the term "push feet," he already knew how to do it. But you can ski "way better than me" is only you little knowledge bragging; the fact is, if you can keep up with me on bumps, you are pretty good already, but can you ski on a heavy bump hill for 7 min. none-stop? You are only a weekend skier is not an excuse.



It is "amazing" to you only because your little knowledge doesn't know how it works; the power they demonstrated is "not" "transfers the force from lateral to the ground" but "from the ground to lateral." The way of Taichichuan to develop power is "發於跟,控制於腰,散於手"/"rooted on heels, controlled on waist, and appeared on hands." So, your observation, and so is your little knowledge, is "wrong again."

Their martial arts skills are good, just like you CSIA L4 are good, but your CSIA L4s' skiing are not the only ways to ski, so are their martial arts. And you cannot do neither, you are only "name-dropping" famous people to boost your own images.



That's fine by me, since your knowledge lack of substance, and things without substance cannot be impressed, I won't hold my breath for it. As you have slipped into perpetuated denial, you no long have "eyes" to see things that are "amazing," and that is quite an "amazing" story for a CSIA L2.

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IS
You said a 65 years old master Chan using brute force against a strong muscular men 1/2 of master Chen's age. Your brain doesn't seem to work normally any more. A 200 pounds young guy can push you to fly like a kite.

A guy doesn't need to learn push hand and can push feet way better than you. Then what's the point to be proud of your years of training your push feet.

You know nothing but always claim yourself knowledgeable. A CSIA 2 can be better than a CSIA 4. There is example, just your little knowledge make you blind.

You skied years and even more than 100 days but your skiing is still nothing extraordinary. It's because you are too easy to get satisfied to yourself.
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舊 2014-06-20, 09:18 AM   #22
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You said a 65 years old master Chan using brute force against a strong muscular men 1/2 of master Chen's age. Your brain doesn't seem to work normally any more. A 200 pounds young guy can push you to fly like a kite.
"Brute force" match is what they end up, and you cannot see it, so it is your brain is not working. The rest is only you little knowledge malicious speculations.

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A guy doesn't need to learn push hand and can push feet way better than you. Then what's the point to be proud of your years of training your push feet.
Didn't say you need to learn push hands to learn the push feet, and skiing itself is push feet practice, no needs to go push hands long way route. You get caught in your rhetoric, stuck. And you wouldn't know the value of the push feet until you can ski "formlessly," but you are still stuck at L2.

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You know nothing but always claim yourself knowledgeable. A CSIA 2 can be better than a CSIA 4. There is example, just your little knowledge make you blind.
Actually, I know more about skiing, inside and outside, than you ever possibly know, and that's why you cannot see how I skiing, and a CSIA L2 may know better than a CSIA L4, but that also says your system screw up. In reality, no, some L2 may be young and vigorous and seemly ski better, but their knowledge and experience can not match up that with a L4 or ski as elegant as a L4. That's you L2's blindside.

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You skied years and even more than 100 days but your skiing is still nothing extraordinary. It's because you are too easy to get satisfied to yourself.
You can blame yourself for lack of insight. Yes, perfection: "being there, right time and right place" is what I pursue and is what I get, yes, I am pleased.

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: long turns, short turns, and turn on demand - YouTube



On the other hands, you are always trying to pursue what you called "extraordinary" skills/好高騖遠, chasing "improvements," but never get "there," you are chasing a shadow/捕風捉影, never reach the final goal, no, I don't envy you.

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IS
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舊 2014-06-20, 11:58 AM   #23
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"Brute force" match is what they end up, and you cannot see it, so it is your brain is not working. The rest is only you little knowledge malicious speculations.



Didn't say you need to learn push hands to learn the push feet, and skiing itself is push feet practice, no needs to go push hands long way route. You get caught in your rhetoric, stuck. And you wouldn't know the value of the push feet until you can ski "formlessly," but you are still stuck at L2.



Actually, I know more about skiing, inside and outside, than you ever possibly know, and that's why you cannot see how I skiing, and a CSIA L2 may know better than a CSIA L4, but that also says your system screw up. In reality, no, some L2 may be young and vigorous and seemly ski better, but their knowledge and experience can not match up that with a L4 or ski as elegant as a L4. That's you L2's blindside.



You can blame yourself for lack of insight. Yes, perfection: "being there, right time and right place" is what I pursue and is what I get, yes, I am pleased.

Taichi Skiing/Flatboarding: long turns, short turns, and turn on demand - YouTube


On the other hands, you are always trying to pursue what you called "extraordinary" skills/好高騖遠, chasing "improvements," but never get "there," you are chasing a shadow/捕風捉影, never reach the final goal, no, I don't envy you.

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IS
You see Master Chen using brute force is because you are just an little knowledge stubborn old man. He is transfering the massive force pushing by the strong oppenent to the ground so he didn't need to move a step.

Your formless is just like a stupid guy swing the hands around. Your formeless is the very distinct form of stupid Taichisking. It's the taichiskiing form.

The biggest problem of yourself is you don't know that you know nothing about skiing

One need to spend money and time to take the courses and exam to get the level of CSIA levels. If an awesome skier only want to do one level and don'ewant to take another one , he'll be at that level forever. Tha's so simple and only a stubboen old mena like you that makes you hard to understand. The following guy just wanted to get to L2.

Miyashita Masaki with WBSS - YouTube




you always trying to make others to belive that your taichiskiing skill is "extraordinary" , Your effeort is proved to be in vain since you got kicked out from forums to forums. That's because your so call formless ski form look so stupid.

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舊 2014-06-21, 01:07 AM   #24
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You see Master Chen using brute force is because you are just an little knowledge stubborn old man. He is transfering the massive force pushing by the strong oppenent to the ground so he didn't need to move a step.
No, you don't see their "brute forces," the little knowledge is on you.

陳氏太極拳 - 陳小旺 VS 亞洲大力士 - 龍武 - YouTube



Comparing to a more skillful form of push hands.

Zhao Bao taiji-Wang Chang An 趙堡太極王長安-太極推手 - YouTube



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Your formless is just like a stupid guy swing the hands around. Your formeless is the very distinct form of stupid Taichisking. It's the taichiskiing form.
That's because your little knowledge little character lacks of knowledge and skills to appreciation of a fine performance, and stuck on your own stupidity, "can't learn, can't grow."

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The biggest problem of yourself is you don't know that you know nothing about skiing
Yup, when little knowledge little character cannot compete, first thing they do is to lie/"denial," and foul mouth on their opponent skills to masturbate their little mind.

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One need to spend money and time to take the courses and exam to get the level of CSIA levels. If an awesome skier only want to do one level and don'ewant to take another one , he'll be at that level forever. Tha's so simple and only a stubboen old mena like you that makes you hard to understand. The following guy just wanted to get to L2.
No, one doesn't need to spend money and time to take instructor path to be a good/great/excellent skier, and Blake has proven you "wrong."



And you're still stuck at L2 level, joke is on you.

Miyashita Masaki with WBSS - YouTube



He's going to make you CSIA L2 alright, good turn-skiing.

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you always trying to make others to belive that your taichiskiing skill is "extraordinary" , Your effeort is proved to be in vain since you got kicked out from forums to forums. That's because your so call formless ski form look so stupid.
No, those are only you little knowledge little character's malicious speculations.

是說過你們Whistler group的人討論討論不過就會講下流話、用說人不好來“自抬身價”來“自我安慰”,而你們小知小人也真不爭氣,無法爭脫我的預測,或是你們“本來如此”?

弱慢族的爭論,弱慢族的裹屍布。

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IS
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舊 2014-06-21, 09:39 AM   #25
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No, you don't see their "brute forces," the little knowledge is on you.

陳氏太極拳 - 陳小旺 VS 亞洲大力士 - 龍武 - YouTube


Comparing to a more skillful form of push hands.

Zhao Bao taiji-Wang Chang An 趙堡太極王長安-太極推手 - YouTube




That's because your little knowledge little character lacks of knowledge and skills to appreciation of a fine performance, and stuck on your own stupidity, "can't learn, can't grow."



Yup, when little knowledge little character cannot compete, first thing they do is to lie/"denial," and foul mouth on their opponent skills to masturbate their little mind.



No, one doesn't need to spend money and time to take instructor path to be a good/great/excellent skier, and Blake has proven you "wrong."

http://youtu.be/7vftOXXEiSA


And you're still stuck at L2 level, joke is on you.

Miyashita Masaki with WBSS - YouTube


He's going to make you CSIA L2 alright, good turn-skiing.



No, those are only you little knowledge little character's malicious speculations.

是說過你們Whistler group的人討論討論不過就會講下流話、用說人不好來“自抬身價”來“自我安慰”,而你們小知小人也真不爭氣,無法爭脫我的預測,或是你們“本來如此”?

弱慢族的爭論,弱慢族的裹屍布。

:)
IS
I can see the big young guy using brute and Master Chen used his technique to take it away. That's is what the difficult part. To use a circle to make the big guy losing balance is much easier but that's not master Chen wants to demostrate.

How can a normal people do push hand with a taichi master? A norman person only know how to push.

So many people deny your skiing from forum to forum, year after year but you still don't face the reality. That's a typical stubborn old man. That's why you need to always ski groom runs now. Your lack of technique makes you so tired skiing off the groom.

You should ask Blake how mcuh time he was trained with a free style coach. Freestyle mogul skiing is not taught by instructor. Dumb ass.

Miyashita is a 2 time all Japan technical champion but he liked to take CSIA L2 to understand how the Canadian Approach to skiing skill.

Taichiskiing is wll known for his dirty mouth since his arguement is pointless.
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舊 2014-06-21, 09:48 PM   #26
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I can see the big young guy using brute and Master Chen used his technique to take it away. That's is what the difficult part. To use a circle to make the big guy losing balance is much easier but that's not master Chen wants to demostrate.
Then, you have presented "wrong" video, which also reflects your perception of martial arts, low class.

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How can a normal people do push hand with a taichi master? A norman person only know how to push.
So you think that a Taichi master a superman? You've psyched yourself silly. No, a Taichi master is nevertheless a "normal" person who has learned the "Way." Here's another curve ball for you, the highest skill in push hands is not about how to "push" your opponent, but is to keep your opponent from disengaged. That is to say, if I stick on you (as in push hands), you cannot get away. Never heard about it? You know little about Taichi push hands.

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So many people deny your skiing from forum to forum, year after year but you still don't face the reality. That's a typical stubborn old man. That's why you need to always ski groom runs now. Your lack of technique makes you so tired skiing off the groom.
“曲高合寡”/"Higher the tunes, fewer people can follow"; that is to say there are too many "half-baked" experts on the net, know little but think themselves as experts, you L2 are a typical example. You dare not to critic my skiing, because you too don't have enough knowledge and skills to discern Taichi Skiing, only know "trash talks," which actually makes you person a "trash."

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You should ask Blake how mcuh time he was trained with a free style coach. Freestyle mogul skiing is not taught by instructor. Dumb ass.
"Dumb ass" yourself. Blake's video is not showing only his skiing, but others as well, all good skiers, but none of them went through a "instructor path," so your "instructor path" to be a good skier argument is false, and self-gloating.

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Miyashita is a 2 time all Japan technical champion but he liked to take CSIA L2 to understand how the Canadian Approach to skiing skill.
Proves once again, your "instructor path" to be a good skier argument is false, and self-gloating. He was already an excellent skier before he took the L2 exam.

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Taichiskiing is wll known for his dirty mouth since his arguement is pointless.
"Pointless argument" is not a dirty mouth, so the real "dirty mouth" is actually yourself. To see a L2 turns itself into a foul mouthed net basher is a sad thing to watch. Your "pointless" argument is pathetic indeed.

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舊 2014-06-22, 01:11 AM   #27
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Then, you have presented "wrong" video, which also reflects your perception of martial arts, low class.



So you think that a Taichi master a superman? You've psyched yourself silly. No, a Taichi master is nevertheless a "normal" person who has learned the "Way." Here's another curve ball for you, the highest skill in push hands is not about how to "push" your opponent, but is to keep your opponent from disengaged. That is to say, if I stick on you (as in push hands), you cannot get away. Never heard about it? You know little about Taichi push hands.



“曲高合寡”/"Higher the tunes, fewer people can follow"; that is to say there are too many "half-baked" experts on the net, know little but think themselves as experts, you L2 are a typical example. You dare not to critic my skiing, because you too don't have enough knowledge and skills to discern Taichi Skiing, only know "trash talks," which actually makes you person a "trash."



"Dumb ass" yourself. Blake's video is not showing only his skiing, but others as well, all good skiers, but none of them went through a "instructor path," so your "instructor path" to be a good skier argument is false, and self-gloating.



Proves once again, your "instructor path" to be a good skier argument is false, and self-gloating. He was already an excellent skier before he took the L2 exam.



"Pointless argument" is not a dirty mouth, so the real "dirty mouth" is actually yourself. To see a L2 turns itself into a foul mouthed net basher is a sad thing to watch. Your "pointless" argument is pathetic indeed.

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IS
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.

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.

Can you do it to me? More likely you cannot escape once your hands stick with my hands.

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

Skiing instrction is the road to get improved for normal recreatioanl skier. 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. 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.

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

Your well known dirty month is famous everywhere.

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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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IS
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舊 2014-06-22, 07:51 AM   #29
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Quote PKU:
Blake properly got trained in the moguls competition flield for quite a while.
A self learn skier can never go to that kind of level.


I am not wanting to get into the argument here, but I will state the facts about this and you
guys can decide if it means I am "self learned" or not.

The instruction that I have had consisted of what I will list below...

When I was a teenager I went to a total of seven camps that were 3 days each, for a total of
21 days of instruction in my life.

This was 6 days total at mogul camps that were taught by Chuck Martin (Olympian) and this
was 15 days total at all-mountain skiing camps that were taught by the DesLauriers and
Egan brothers (famous movie skiers). I remembered what they taught me and kept working
on it by myself.

I competed in moguls at the end of each Chuck Martin camp because it was part of the camp
and I did one more competition when I was 14 years old. I won my age group in that one...
I don't remember what place I got overall. I think it was fourth.

The competitions at the end of camp were just a camp thing that only had the learners from
that camp in it. I have done one normal competition.

We had a resort near us growing up that had night skiing on every run and a lot of icy moguls.
Night skiing was more popular than day skiing there and I was able to ski very often at night
after school for all the years I lived there. I started skiing when I was 2 years old.

I also used to watch ski movies non-stop. I would watch them everyday. Literally every day.
This may have contributed to my learning because it was absolutely every day for 5 years or
so. I had 2 instructional movies. One from the DesLauriers and Egans and one from Greg
Stump. I didn't watch those as much as other movies though. I watched the entertainment,
non-instructional ones a lot more.

Quote about the qi video I posted:
I think you missed on this one. I don't believe he can start a fire with
his Qi, the smokes you see in the demonstration is from a chemical reaction, so it was just
a "magic" trick. And ancient Chinese didn't know "electricity," so any proof through electrical
means is only proven an illusion, "electricity" is not Qi, and acupuncture/needle does not "input"
Qi by itself, but to "trigger", (like open and close a valve on a Qi passage,) the flow of Qi already
inside the body, so, without fully understand what Qi is and how Qi works inside the body,
the acupuncture treatment is also an illusion.


Ok, I see how the fire thing COULD be a trick... but what about the team of experts trying to
prove that this is fake? They didn't prove it was fake. The qi master in the video also says
that "it's not electricity, it's qi", but then they go to a hotel room and he finds a way to light a
light bulb. It's not electricity, but maybe it could work anyway on a small light bulb with
enough qi. If it's a trick, then how does he do these other things? That's what I'm getting
at. I see how the fire thing could be... but what is a possible explanation for the stuff people
are feeling in the video and the light bulb thing? Does anyone have an idea? If it's a trick,
then I'm still fooled.

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舊 2014-06-22, 08:19 AM   #30
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My brother has never had any telemarking instruction at all. He switched to telemarking from
alpine skiing in 2009. He had alpine instruction before that. He had a lot more instruction
than me in the moguls but less instruction than me in non-mogul skiing. He skied with similar
ability to me on alpine skis before switching to telemarking.
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舊 2014-06-22, 08:32 AM   #31
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Quote from taichiskiing:
Given that Blake has claimed that he has never competed in mogul competition...

This is true that I've said "I never competed". It's a generalized statement when I say that.
The exact truth is that I competed once. I wouldn't count the ones that I mentioned at the
end of camp.
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舊 2014-06-22, 10:02 AM   #32
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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.



Gabble, gabble, can you rewrite this paragraph, it doesn't make sense. You do sound like a "green belt" splatters under the stress.



Actually, it is the other way around, and I don't think that you even know such a technique.



A sore loser's whining, and yes, one who lacks respect to elders lacks self-respect, little character (小人物) it is.



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.



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.



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.



"dume ass"?



See who is talking, a CSIA L2 turned foul-mouthed net-basher.

:)
IS
Most people won't understand Taichi Push hands. For the gerneral public , the easier way to understand Master Chen' technique, to to do it against a big and stong guy. Remember what Blake said, he siad he'll impressed if master chu can do the thing against a Sumo or MMA guy. That's why Master Chen got that video and it's more than 1/2 an hour.

Now Blake confirmed that he got trianed by coach, Chuk Martin for seven mogul camps. Although he didn't compete much. The way he skis the mogul is the mogul competition way. It's not a stupid guy pretend he's a good skier and swinging his hand around when skiing.

About the sticky hands thing, you want to bet if I can do it.

Kaufman Wing Chun Chi Sao with Sifu Ma Kee Fai - YouTube


I can do it even have my eyes closed. Actually, it's a very simple technique in Wing Tsun.
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舊 2014-06-22, 10:03 AM   #33
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Quote PKU:
Blake properly got trained in the moguls competition flield for quite a while. A self learn skier can never go to that kind of level.

I am not wanting to get into the argument here, but I will state the facts about this and you guys can decide if it means I am "self learned" or not.

The instruction that I have had consisted of what I will list below...

When I was a teenager I went to a total of seven camps that were 3 days each, for a total of 21 days of instruction in my life.

This was 6 days total at mogul camps that were taught by Chuck Martin (Olympian) and this was 15 days total at all-mountain skiing camps that were taught by the DesLauriers and Egan brothers (famous movie skiers). I remembered what they taught me and kept working on it by myself.

I competed in moguls at the end of each Chuck Martin camp because it was part of the camp and I did one more competition when I was 14 years old. I won my age group in that one... I don't remember what place I got overall. I think it was fourth.

The competitions at the end of camp were just a camp thing that only had the learners from that camp in it. I have done one normal competition.

We had a resort near us growing up that had night skiing on every run and a lot of icy moguls. Night skiing was more popular than day skiing there and I was able to ski very often at night after school for all the years I lived there. I started skiing when I was 2 years old.

I also used to watch ski movies non-stop. I would watch them everyday. Literally every day. This may have contributed to my learning because it was absolutely every day for 5 years or so. I had 2 instructional movies. One from the DesLauriers and Egans and one from Greg Stump. I didn't watch those as much as other movies though. I watched the entertainment, non-instructional ones a lot more.
Thanks for the clarifying and sharing. Given that you and your brother only received instructions in you guys' younger days, and have skied all these times after that, I would say you guys are "self-trained"; we kungfu practitioners often say, "no practice/no training means no kungfu; without you constantly learning and practicing what you've learned, those early day instructions alone would not have taken you guys to you guys' current levels.

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Quote about the qi video I posted:
I think you missed on this one. I don't believe he can start a fire with his Qi, the smokes you see in the demonstration is from a chemical reaction, so it was just a "magic" trick. And ancient Chinese didn't know "electricity," so any proof through electrical means is only proven an illusion, "electricity" is not Qi, and acupuncture/needle does not "input" Qi by itself, but to "trigger", (like open and close a valve on a Qi passage,) the flow of Qi already inside the body, so, without fully understand what Qi is and how Qi works inside the body,
the acupuncture treatment is also an illusion.


Ok, I see how the fire thing COULD be a trick... but what about the team of experts trying to prove that this is fake? They didn't prove it was fake. The qi master in the video also says that "it's not electricity, it's qi", but then they go to a hotel room and he finds a way to light a light bulb. It's not electricity, but maybe it could work anyway on a small light bulb with enough qi. If it's a trick, then how does he do these other things? That's what I'm getting at. I see how the fire thing could be... but what is a possible explanation for the stuff people are feeling in the video and the light bulb thing? Does anyone have an idea? If it's a trick, then I'm still fooled.
With a "designer" bulb, they maybe have more elaborated scheme for the tricks, where those kinds of tricks are quite "popular" among some "folks" in southeastern Asia, but here's a simple one.

Mysterious Lightbulb Hack - YouTube



Have fun, :)
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Most people won't understand Taichi Push hands. For the gerneral public , the easier way to understand Master Chen' technique, to to do it against a big and stong guy. Remember what Blake said, he siad he'll impressed if master chu can do the thing against a Sumo or MMA guy. That's why Master Chen got that video and it's more than 1/2 an hour.
No, that was actually what I said, and "master chu can do the thing against a Sumo or MMA guy" is different from "Master Chen" can do it. You cheated.

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Now Blake confirmed that he got trianed by coach, Chuk Martin for seven mogul camps. Although he didn't compete much. The way he skis the mogul is the mogul competition way. It's not a stupid guy pretend he's a good skier and swinging his hand around when skiing.
You have changed the subject to pacify your desire for a mouthy putdown to pretend you know more than you know and duck the conclusion that your "instructor path" to a better skiing is long way off. Blake may have some "instructions," but without his own training, he wouldn't have gone to his current level. No training, no kungfu.

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About the sticky hands thing, you want to bet if I can do it.

I can do it even have my eyes closed. Actually, it's a very simple technique in Wing Tsun.
Kaufman Wing Chun Chi Sao with Sifu Ma Kee Fai - YouTube



Elementary, in comparision.

tai chi push hands - YouTube



:)
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Quote:
With a "designer" bulb, they maybe have more elaborated scheme for the
tricks, where those kinds of tricks are quite "popular" among some "folks" in southeastern
Asia, but here's a simple one.


Interesting. I had no idea that that kind of thing is popular there. Have you seen this sort of
thing in person? I'd be interested in hearing more about those tricks. I don't know what I
think. It's not necessarily about the qi master... I have somewhat of a hard time not
believing in the team that tested him.

While we're at it, any ideas about the chopstick through the table or the electrical feelings in
the people he touches?
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Now Blake confirmed that he got trianed by coach, Chuk Martin for seven mogul camps.

That's not what I said. Please read carefully. It was 2 mogul camps with Chuck Martin.
Each camp was a 3 day camp so that was a total of 6 days.

The other camps I did were all-mountain skiing camps with the DesLauriers and Egans. They
are not mogul skiers and we didn't go in the moguls. That was 5 camps with them at 3 days
each for a total of 15 days.

I am not taking a side in this argument here... what you said simply just isn't the fact that I
stated. You guys are free to continue arguing about it without me if you want to LOL

此篇文章於 2014-06-22 11:16 AM 被 Blake 編輯。
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I just increased my qi practice today. I feel really good about doing more of it. I have been
slacking : )
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Quote from myself:
The other camps I did were all-mountain skiing camps with the
DesLauriers and Egans. They are not mogul skiers and we didn't go in the moguls. That was 5
camps with them at 3 days each for a total of 15 days.


Actually, to be fair, I do remember now that in one of these camps, we did go in the moguls
and Dan Egan gave me some coaching. It was only at one of these 5 camps. I went to these
in different places. I went to two in Vermont, two in Grand Targhee and one in Crested
Butte. I was only 11 years old at the first one I went to in Vermont. It's possible that we
went in the moguls in that one and I don't remember. It was the second one that I went to
in Vermont that I remember going in moguls with Dan Egan. That was on one of the three
days at that one. I remember clearly that we didn't do moguls at Grand Targhee or Crested
Butte.
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Quote from pku:
Now Blake confirmed that he got trianed by coach, Chuk Martin for seven mogul camps.

That's not what I said. Please read carefully. It was 2 mogul camps with Chuck Martin.
Each camp was a 3 day camp so that was a total of 6 days.

The other camps I did were all-mountain skiing camps with the DesLauriers and Egans. They
are not mogul skiers and we didn't go in the moguls. That was 5 camps with them at 3 days
each for a total of 15 days.

I am not taking a side in this argument here... what you said simply just isn't the fact that I
stated. You guys are free to continue arguing about it without me if you want to LOL
You still choose the competition way to ski the moguls and you look great once you ski like that.
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No, that was actually what I said, and "master chu can do the thing against a Sumo or MMA guy" is different from "Master Chen" can do it. You cheated.



You have changed the subject to pacify your desire for a mouthy putdown to pretend you know more than you know and duck the conclusion that your "instructor path" to a better skiing is long way off. Blake may have some "instructions," but without his own training, he wouldn't have gone to his current level. No training, no kungfu.



Kaufman Wing Chun Chi Sao with Sifu Ma Kee Fai - YouTube


Elementary, in comparision.

tai chi push hands - YouTube


:)
IS
What Master Chen did in the video can catch eyes for non taichi practitioner. When 2 mans push hands, not many people understand what did.

Blake still ski the way that he was taught. At least he is trying to do what the best moguls skiers ski.

The sticky hands practice is confirm with what I said, for non Wing Tsun Practitioner like you, especially you are so stubborn, that's no way you know what they are doing. Elemantary? The Chinese guy is one of the best student of Master Chu Shong Tin and learnt from Master Chu for more than 20 years.
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