Brush knee and push

We move forward with the classics Tai Chi walk, the right hand moves forward and pushes, moving in front of our ear, whilst the left hand is in a defensive position near the knee.

Our wrists should be in a comfortable position and our fingers full. In any technique, the wrists should take on a comfortable position so that the muscles and tendons are working without contractions. Our fingers must be full to aid blood flow and the lengthening of our arms' muscles.

In martial art the right alignment of our wrists allows greater strength without damaging our joint. The fullness of our fingers allows us to use them as weapons.

Martial applications
The application of this position is easy to understand: whilst we move forward the lowering hand protects the abdomen whilst the other hand hits the face of the opponent or pushes him away.


martial application 1

martial application 2