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== Dragon Stance ==
 
== Dragon Stance ==
  
 
''(Lung Shih)''  
 
''(Lung Shih)''  
  
From the Eagle or Bear Stance step forward one pace with either your right or left foot, bend the knee, and place 80 % of your body weight on to it. Keep your other leg straight, but without tension.
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From the [[Eagle]] or [[Bear Stance]] step forward one pace with either your right or left foot, bend the knee, and place 80 % of your body weight on to it. Keep your other leg straight, but without tension.
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Latest revision as of 13:07, 14 May 2013

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Dragon Stance

(Lung Shih)

From the Eagle or Bear Stance step forward one pace with either your right or left foot, bend the knee, and place 80 % of your body weight on to it. Keep your other leg straight, but without tension.

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The Chinese Art of T'ai Chi Ch'uan

by Chee Soo

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