The way he shows it in this video is somewhat different from the way the Yangs do it, particularly the way he draws the right hand back, then advances it to the front. When I do this, starting from lift hands and step up, my palms, which were facing each other left and right, begin to face each other but right facing down and left up. Now the two arms circle downward and the arms rotate all the while, till the left hand circles past right arm rather like ward off (and by this time the right palm faces up and the left down). Meanwhile the right foot is lifted from the floor and replaced with toe angled to the corner. The ward off takes place as weight is shifted to the right foot. After the ward off the arms continue rotating but now in the opposite direction as the right goes up to end above the forehead with palm facing upwards and the left ends by the left side facing down. At the same time the left foot steps out to the front, just on the side of a center line, at the other side of which is positioned the right foot. A lot of continuous arm rotation in this.
[This message has been edited by JerryKarin (edited 09-19-2005).]