One Good Turn Deserves Another

How to do a good Cheun Mar (Turning Stance).

Turn on your heels!  But try to keep your toes down and in contact with the ground too, 50/50 (Knees bent and over the toes).

Turning with heels on the ground gives us ‘Mobility’ (Easy Turning but possible weakness), while toes on the ground gives ‘Stability’ (Good Grounding but too rigid), whereas turning on the heels with the toes still in contact with the floor allows us Mobility AND Stability.

Members, please watch the Chum Kiu video on your logged in homepage for examples of this.

Thank you.

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