Practical Taiji Quan Combat Techniques
- The Application of Throw and Push Techniques
Practical Taiji Quan CombatTechniquespre important parts of Chinese Wushu, which are very useful in attack and defense. For some reason, the practice of Taiji Quan deviates from the application in real combats, making the exerciser unable to grasp the truth of this art and so many years of hard training results in the impossibility to apply. The essence of Taiji Quan is the wise use. The change of movements is nothing but the open and close, or advance and withdrawal and the victory or defeat is decided in an instant.
This program consists of four parts, induce and resolve, close elbow, leg techniques and comprehensive combat techniques. In the Induce and Resolve, the features of Taiji Quan's combat techniques, including the coordination of stance and hand techniques are introduced, fully revealing Taiji essence of the application of mind and internal energy brings the movement of every part of the body. In Close Elbow, the techniques of push by elbows, shoulders or hips are introduced and cautions are pointed out. The leg techniques and comprehensive combats emphasize the wise use of real combats. In the end, by explaining the parry techniques, it emphasizes again the techniques of how to dodge throw the opponent.
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