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during 1994 competition we saw some good chen style taiji quan at beijings university
26 Feb 2007
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Master Chen ZhangLei is the 19th Generation disciple and 11th generation family disciple of Chen Style Tai Chi and one of China's contemporary Top Ten WuShu masters. He was born in ChenJiaGou Village in Wenxian County, Henan Province, where TaiChi is said to have been created. He is now the president of Wenxian county Chen Style Tai Chi Reasearn Institute, a WuShu coach at Henan Wushu Center, and schoolmaster of ChenJiagou Tai Chi Quan Schoo. Master Chen was a deputy to the 17th National People's Congress. He began to learn TaiChi Quan from his uncle in 1958 and gradually mastered all the set routines, practice methods, and theories of Chen Style Tai Chi Quan.
10 Mar 2007
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Chen style Tai Chi Chuan: movements are well organized and created,combination of softness and hardness, powerful and relaxed force, technique of joint-locking and free fighting together.People are required to practice this routine with low posture and keeping the body straight. Also, there is emphasis on the attack of the enemy and neutralize the attack according the principle of Yin-Yang. This is why this style is very suitable to young people.
19 Dec 2009
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Hunyuan Tai Chi was established by GM Feng and taught by Zhang online. Just visit www.01248.cn Fengzhiqiang, the top master of Taijiquan with 9th Duan of Wushu.
10 Apr 2009
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*******www.illustrated-explanations-chen-taijiquan**** reveals principles of Chansijing (silk reel. force) and Fajing (issuing force), the author Chen Xin 16th inheritor of Chen Family Taijiquan.
23 Mar 2009
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Tai Chi is an ancient martial art, today associated with peace, health and relaxation. However it was created originally as a powerful form of fighting based on a deep understanding that was developed over generations. This DVD will take you through both the Yang and Chen styles of Tai Chi. You are given not only a step-by-step guide to the forms but are then shown how to apply the movements in the close quarter combat zone. Generating immense power and speed Combat Tai Chi is a destructive and potent weapon well worth the time to learn for any Martial Artist. Master Wong's Combat Tai Chi is a highly effective fighting art. Learn how to flick people across a room, lift them off the floor or put them to the ground with ease as you perfect the ability to use your entire body, achieving precision, balance and grace. In over 7 hours of training footage Master Wong will guide you through the basic exercises, to the forms and then on to their application. The DVD is presented live to make training easy. Each part has been dissected into chapters so that you can select whichever part you wish to train in. Finally, this rarely taught art is now available to learn direct from your home with personal tuition from Master Wong at the touch of a button
4 Mar 2007
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Chen Si Tan's Taiji Quan from China topmost Wushu Super Star The origins of Taijiquan are often attributed to one Zhang Sanfeng (a Taoist of either the 12th or 15th century depending on the source) who created the art after witnessing a fight between a snake and a crane. These stories were popularized in the early part of this century and were the result of misinformation and the desire to connect the art with a more famous and ancient personage. All of the various styles of Taijiquan which are in existence today can be traced back to a single man, Chen Wangding, a general of the latter years of the Ming Dynasty. After the fall of the Ming and the establishment of the Qing Dynasty (1644), Chen Wangding returned to the Chen village and created his forms of boxing. Originally containing up to seven forms, only two forms of Chen Style Taijiquan have survived into the present. The Art was only taught to members of the Chen clan until a promising young outsider named Yang Luzhan was accepted as a student in the early part of the 19th century. Yang Luzhan (nicknamed "Yang without enemy" as he was reportedly a peerless fighter) modified the original Chen style and created the Yang style of Taijiquan, the most popular form practiced in the world today. Wu Yuxiang learned the Art from Yang Luzhan and a variation of the original Chen form from Chen Jingbing (who taught the "small frame" version of Chen Taijiquan) and created the Wu style. A man named Hao Weizhen learned the Wu style from Wu Yuxiang's nephew and taught the style to Sun Ludang, who in turn created the Sun style (Sun was already an established master of Xingyiquan and Baguazhang when he learned Taijiquan. He combined his knowledge of the other arts when creating his style). Yang Luzhan had another student, a Manchu named Chuan You (or Quan You), who in turned taught the Art to his son, Wu Jianchuan (or Jianquan). Wu Jianchuan popularized his variation of the Yang style, which is commonly refered to as the Wu Jianchuan (or Jianquan) style. In recent times (this century) there have been many other variations and modificationsof the Art, but all may be traced back through the above masters to the original Chen family form.
18 Jun 2009
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taiji chen style
4 Jun 2008
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Hunyuan Tai Chi was established by Mr. Feng Zhiqiang, the top master in China, the only person of Chen style in 10th generation and the 9th dan of Chinese martial arts. Now hunyuan tai chi has been popularing in China for its many strong points. Mr. Zhang Jiping is one of the indoor disciples of GM Feng, the 7th dan of Chinese martial arts. To learn Hunyuan-style online: www.01248.cn
27 May 2008
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the first of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements.
20 Nov 2008
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the second of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements
30 Jan 2009
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The Chen Style Tai Chi form is the rarest form of Tai Chi which is interesting because all of Tai Chi originated in the village of Chen, China. This is the third of three parts detailing the Preparing Form. (The Preparing Form is the first of 83 total movements of Chen Tai Chi). This particular style of small frame Chen Tai Chi is rarer still as compared to the more commonly known large frame style. The large frame style normally has wider and lower stances and larger more exaggerated movements.
23 Feb 2009
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