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9/24/02 11:09 AM
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bremc
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Edited: 24-Sep-02
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Exactly why are your fingers splayed Coach?
9/27/02 7:43 PM
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Tony Blauer
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Edited: 27-Sep-02
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:-) This better be a joke!!! :-) Tony
9/28/02 1:18 PM
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Edited: 28-Sep-02
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NAPLES BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU L.L.C.
To better project your Chi. That's what I tell my students anyway.
9/30/02 12:36 PM
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Edited: 30-Sep-02
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Uhhhhh... No. It's a serious question. Have I missed something?
10/5/02 1:43 PM
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Edited: 05-Oct-02
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If you are relaxed and using the correct muscle recruitment and muscle groups - i.e. your extensors , if timed correctly with littel antagonistic contraction from the flexors, your fingers will splay naturally; kungfu fingers indicate tension in the hand area, this'll slow your response-time, it also is something that occurs in misguided training evoluiton of the PSEAR System where the focus is 'sport model' & tactical...becasue in real-life, when we flinch, our hands are pretty much open: keep them that way! * Another example of correct kinaesthetic perception, note how all experienced boxers shadowbox with loose fingers and great boxers actually jab with a loose hand for stinging or probing shots... T It also helps your Chi!
10/9/02 11:23 AM
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Edited: 09-Oct-02
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Thanks Coach! Will chew on, digest this and post appropriate follow-up questions. (No hidden message implied) L. Nat

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