Sije Jamie: Amit wants you to demonstrate a 1 inch punch or fajing on someone. He says he’s not thinking of Sifu Larry, obviously. Nope, not him. Hint, hint! . Oh, he says, I find that technique to be one of the coolest things sifu does and no one knows about it. If you can demonstrate that power on camera, I think it will blow people’s minds way.
Sifu Phu: Okay.
Sije Jamie: So, do you want to do it?
Sifu Phu: That’s fine.
Sije Jamie: but we do actually have a dedicated video for our Abbot members. So Amit in the Abbot section you can go check that out. actually have a dedicated, uh, well not a dedicated video on Enter Tai Chi, but we do have one for our abbot members. So Amit in the Abbott section. You can go check that out because I know you’re an abbot member, so I don’t know if we would do that for a dedicated,
Sifu Phu: Well you can’t see it on video, you can just see the result of it. It’s because it’s a very tight, you can see the body, how it creates a wined up, an energy to break it down, you need three things. You have to have your root, you have to have your acceleration and you have to have you focus on contact. Those are the things that makes your hit, uh, to generate good power. Again, to hit with a force main concept, it generally spreads upon impact. We want to accelerate it and we want to focus to a small point because it’ll create a piercing technique rather than a forceful pushing technique, uh, to uh, demonstrate on our hands so it doesn’t hurt her. You know,
everything that we do like hold tight as you can, you can so represent the stiffest, you don’t want to create movements or like, like this where you can see, see the delay in my body.
Sifu Phu: You see my body move forward first Then my butt and arm move second the goal is, think of the root, think of the three proof, hold tight and then get the energy out. So you can see I’m going from here and then you can see how our body moves. If I do it like this, she has time to fight. You do it like this. There is no time to fight. So when you create an an internal hit, especially at close quarter, you, the key is to get that acceleration and to get that focus the way you want to accelerate it. Since you’re very close, you don’t have the speed to create acceleration. You have to get it from your waist and you got to connect that waste to the wrist at the same time. So you can see what I’m doing here to watch the waste and the wrist.
Sifu Phu: You can see they move at the same time, you don’t want to create a, by waist, you’re going to create the lay, which would create, uh, a force being like a push rather than acceleration. It be a constant. So we don’t want a constant force. We want to accelerate a force and we want to learn how to use that at the same time together. And so it becomes very, very small. So you can see my body sinks a little bit. So I get dry from the root and from the sink of that. And then I use that drive upward drive of energy into my hands. And that’s how I create the internal hits. Okay.
Sije Jamie: And for those of you that are Abbott members, we did do a inch punch and the Abbott only section. So go check it out if you haven’t already at the voice. Watch it again cause it’s just cool to watch. All right, so let’s see here. So that was a Amit. So it is good to go.