Originally Posted by TommyK
Tai Chi: I tried to explain it
in my last post, but my
Waist Steering form has two
parts. 1) Learning how to
apply turning the waist,
coordinating the body, and
moving that downhill ski
through the turn. 2) Tai Chi
skills. When any of you learn
number 1), your carving skills
will instantly get better without
ever addressing number 2).
If you can start working on
number 2) your Waist Steering
form will get better and better.
1) "When any of you learn number 1), your carving skills will instantly get better without ever addressing number 2)," so your "Waist Steering" really has nothing to do with Tai Chi, doesn't it?
2) Ok, let's hear what's your "Tai Chi skills" that are applied to the Waist Steering. Gary got mad when I said you guys "name-dropping Tai Chi," and ducked the questions and said that you are the better-qualified person to answer the Tai Chi questions, now it's your chance to clear that up.
|For any of you who bought into
the crap spewing from taichiskiing,
I simply invite you to watch his
videos. My four year old skis better
than he does; and as far as his
Tai Chi skills, they are beginner
level on his best day.
It sounds like a little knowledge spewing its little mind. Your "four year old" skis better than I do, eh? Guess only you, are dumb enough to believe that. With that said, your credibility on your words and how well you understand the Tai Chi skills come in to question.
|A real Tai Chi
teacher is an excellent pugilist;
a martial artist; a skilled fighter;
he or she will have no trouble
moving you around at will.
Still "name-dropping" "Tai Chi teacher," eh? Haven't seen you demonstrate any of those qualities in you posts. You are a businessman alright, but a Tai Chi martial artist? You ain't got no idea.