Are You Getting Enough From Push Hands?

Many variations of Push Hands today allow for a lot of external movement, and external movement is the enemy of internal skill. Just like a body builder isolating muscles to work out, or a scientist isolating variables, the development of internal skill comes from isolating the internal and focusing in.

Clear’s Internal Push Hands Instructor Training – 9 DVD Set


Not all Push Hands games are created equal

There is one Push Hands method that builds internal power better than any other: Clear’s Internal Push Hands

Clear’s Internal Push Hands draws from the Internal Push Hand Game developed by Master Ma Yeuh-Liang, one of China’s 100 Living Treasures of the martial arts. Sigung Richard Clear has spent more than 20 years streamlining and refining the “No Style” Push Hands game, making it accessible with proven training methods and step-by-step instruction.

Our students will tell you, this Push Hands method is an amazing way to build internal power, and we’ve got two national champions to prove it.

Benefits of Clear’s Internal Push Hands System

  • Understand what the “error of double weightedness” really is and learn to prevent it.
  • Learn to exploit the “error of double weightedness” in your opponents.
  • Use whole body breathing to defend and attack.
  • Build deep root (Learn to sink your root a minimum of 18 feet and deeper)
  • Learn to find a push your partner’s root at a depth of up to 18 feet.
  • Feel and neutralize your partner’s internal targeting.
  • Feel and attack your partner’s internal errors: Imbalances, structural errors, tension, blockages
  • Learn to move your opponent’s line of force when they try to push you.
  • Internally redirect incoming force
  • Learn to build internal speed
  • Use push hands against aggressive opponents
  • How to apply internal push hands to real world self defense scenarios
  • How to apply internal push hands for health and healing
  • Learn to capture and seize your opponents internal errors (internal chin na)
  • Learn how to defeat bigger stronger opponents

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