Wudang Tai Chi 28 Group Performance - Wudan...
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  Wudang Tai Chi 28 Group Performance - Wudang Taiji 28 - 武当太极拳二十八     Da Wei Gongfu 大卫功夫 WUDANG MOUNTAIN   This form is taught and performed in China at Master Yuan Xiu Gang's school, the Wudang Daoist Traditional Kungfu Academy. Wudang Tai Chi (taiji) is one of the oldest and most original forms of Tai Chi from the original roots of the style. This is The San Feng Pai variation of the Wudang Taiji 28 form. It is a subset of the original San Feng Pai Wudang Taiji 108 form. It is said that this is a direct descendant of the Tai Chi originated by Zhang San Feng ..read more
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  Yang Sanshou with Sifu Tchoung Demo 1986 &n...
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  Yang Sanshou with Sifu Tchoung Demo 1986       Andrew Dale     ..read more
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    "At one with distance,  one kn...
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    "At one with distance,  one knows how long to walk."   - TaiChi_John   ..read more
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  Tai Chi Not a REAL Martial Art: You're Thin...
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  Tai Chi Not a REAL Martial Art: You're Thinking About it Wrong     Aiping Tai Chi    Tai Chi is Not Just an Exercise   Tai Chi (Taijiquan) is often dismissed as an not an effective martial art in the mixed martial arts and modern sports combat circles. I give my argument why in today's modern society where you are engaged in conflict situations daily and cannot win your arguments by knocking out or submitting your opponent, the martial art philosophies of Tai Chi are the most effective in navigating your life's conflicts.    Learn more about o ..read more
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  Tai Chi Pushing Hands (Double) Drill w/ Tsu...
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  Tai Chi Pushing Hands (Double) Drill w/ Tsui Tin Ying and Rick Chao         The Tai Chi Man of Hawaii     ..read more
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    “What is it that has driven us so f...
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by TaiChi_John
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    “What is it that has driven us so far from nature, when it’s nature that flows through our veins?”   - TaiChi_John   ..read more
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  太極拳套拳動作示範 楊守中   Yang Sau Chung   ...
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by TaiChi_John
1M ago
  太極拳套拳動作示範 楊守中   Yang Sau Chung     MrTienmen Yáng Shǒuzhōng Yang, Sau Chung (1910-1985), was the eldest son of Grandmaster Yang Cheng Fu. He started learning his family style when he was 8 years old under the strict supervision of his father. At 14, he started to assist his father in teaching Tai chi chuan. By the age of 19, he was travelling throughout China with his father to assist in teaching Tai chi.    In truth, many people who have claimed to learned from Yang, Cheng Fu actually learned from Yang, Sau Chung. In 1949, he moved to Hong Kong, and ..read more
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  John Bracy FA JIN: Internal Power Striking ...
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by TaiChi_John
1M ago
  John Bracy FA JIN: Internal Power Striking for Internal Martial Arts     Chi Arts Association   Secrets of Advanced Bio-Mechanics   John Bracy demos and explains internal power striking for the internal martial arts. This type of FA JIN is not a push or "bounce back." The strike releases internal energy into the opponent's body. As shown in the video, Bruce Lee was a master of the first kind of internal power - that based on "vertical alignment" and instant weight transfer from the back to the front leg (vertical spring power).     Briefly in ..read more
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    "In centering, create awareness.&nb...
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    "In centering, create awareness.  In movement, sustain balance.  In softness, know the channels."   - TaiChi_John    ..read more
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    “The saddest aspect of life right n...
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    “The saddest aspect of life right now  is that science gathers knowledge faster  than society gathers wisdom.”     - Isaac Azimov   ..read more
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