Grandmaster Tse’s Chùn Yuén Diaries 俊元日記 14

Practising Chùn Yuén Quán gives us strength and power. There are many attacking, jumping, sweeping and continuous movements.

Principles of Chùn Yuén Quán

Part 6

The fifth principle is, one whole movement. What does this mean? It means that the whole form is one continuous, non-stop movement, though the movement can slow down and have a very short pause. When we can do this, then our Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳 is high level. Practising Chùn Yuén Quán gives us strength and power. There are many attacking, jumping, sweeping and continuous movements. When we practise a whole form, it is like running on full power and when we finish, we can be out of breath. Of course, it means we must be fit enough to do that. Chùn Yuén Quán training can be very demanding, so we need to begin by doing the movements step by step, movement after movement, even in the basic, easy version of the form. However, if we are strong and fit enough, we should do it in one whole movement, non-stop and with power. Then we will gain a lo of benefit, we will be healthy, fit and have a good fighting skill.

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