Chen Style Taijiquan: The Source of Taiji Boxing
As Taijiquan has become increasingly popular, many people have inquired into its origins and development. Answers can be found in the Chen Style, the original method from Chen Village, Henan Province in the People's Republic of China. This book guides the reader through the historical development of the system, its philosophical roots, and through the intricacies of the various training methods of this unique form of Chiinese boxing. Legendary exploits of the Chen family are included to inspire today's practitioners.
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Evolution of Other Major Styles
Taijiquan and Daoism
Explanation of Qi
Essence of Chen Style Taijiquan
Chen Xiaowangs Five Levels of Skill
Common Acupuncture Points
HIPIHI Hllllli Training Methods
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Types of Push Hands
Chen Iingbos Fight to the Death
Martial Virtue 21 I
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