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Imagine being in a situation when a larger person grabs you and tries to take you down.
But he can't "find" you, and before he knows it, you take HIM down instead.
Tai Chi is a close-up fighting art.
The "energies" that you read about -- ward-off, roll back, press, push, split, pluck, bump, elbow, empty, etc. -- are intended to be used in self-defense. They are "methods" of dealing with force.
But very, very few Tai Chi students ever learn how to do this. That is because most teachers don't know how to do it, and those who do make students wait years before they teach it, if they teach it at all.
Then again, there are teachers who believe the intent of Tai Chi is to "cultivate chi." They do not teach the physical skills that make Tai Chi (Taijiquan) a powerful art for self-defense.
On this DVD, Sifu Ken Gullette teaches:
** How to use the "energies" (methods) of Tai Chi against a violent attacker who tries to throw you or take you to the ground.
** How to break an opponent's structure.
** How to keep the opponent from finding your center while you take control of his center.
This DVD takes you into a workshop where Ken coaches students step-by-step on the techniques, principles, and "energies" that enable you to defend yourself against a grappler, sanshou fighter or wrestler who moves in close.
You will learn the skills you need to uproot, unbalance, and control an opponent's center.
Ken has studied martial arts for 45 years. He began studying the internal arts more than 30 years ago. This DVD will cut years off your development time, and will take your understanding to a higher level. Ken believes these skills represent the "holy grail" of the internal arts.
The DVD runs 2 hours 23 minutes and costs only $24.99.
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