Tai Chi Tip # 11: Dropping the Elbows

Here Bruce demonstrates dropping the elbows in Tai Chi.


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Ray Pamias wrote 16 weeks 19 hours ago

Hello, This tip was extremely

This tip was extremely helpful in making my hands faster and increased my sensitivity.
Thank You

Visitor (not verified) wrote 1 year 2 weeks ago

Elbows and Tai Chi

Thank you very much for the lucid reminder. It most certainly bears constant repitition.

David (not verified) wrote 1 year 26 weeks ago

I have heard the phrase

I have heard the phrase before, however have not seen it explained so clearly.
Thank you!

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