Tai Chi Tip # 11: Dropping the Elbows

Here Bruce demonstrates dropping the elbows in Tai Chi.


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Ray Pamias wrote 1 year 6 weeks 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 44 weeks ago

Elbows and Tai Chi

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

David (not verified) wrote 2 years 17 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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