if you wish to donate, you can do so at http://www.china-boxer.blogspot.com This is a continuation of "Passing The Basketball" video, where i talk about different ways to apply and practice the "inch worm" movement, and the difference between "front wheel drive and rear wheel drive". always remember that there are two ways to practice and perform wing chun. first is the "young man's way" which is "half beat faster", when you practice this way, it's primarily based on speed and athleticism and works good if you are bigger, faster than your opponent. if you practice this method, then you want to enhance your "visual timing" to avoid getting any connection with your partner. the second way is "old man's way" which is "half beat slower", which is based on sensitivity and "kinetic timing" which means that you have to maintain contact with your opponent to slow them down. neither is better or worse than the other, it's all up to you, but just remember that as you get older, it gets harder and harder to maintain your athleticism and your physical attributes, so it behooves you to practice both ways.
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