Techniques of Pushing Hands of Yang-style Taijiquan in Practical Combat
Techniques of Pushing Hands of Yang-style Taijiquan in Practical Combat was directly passed to Orient Knight-errant Zhang Ce who was the creator of Taiji Wuxing Tongbi Quan by Yang Jianhou. Yang Jianhou was the third son of Yang Luchan who was the creator of Yang-style Taijiquan. This film embodies the characteristics of yang-style Taijiquan, that is, move as flowing water, comfortable, extended unfolding, natural and smooth, sticking, linking, continuing, and following, neither "no letting go and nor resistance", making the upper and lower part of the body acting in unison.
According to the discipline of sticking, linking, continuing, and following, without letting go and with no resistance, no-description and no-excess, following the bending to extend. Use the eight techniques of Wand-off, Rub, press forward, push, pull-down, pluck, Elbow-stroke and Body-stroke, and strength route to practice the listening by touching and feeling. In this way, you can find how the opponent change his force, and master the technique of "react hurryingly if the opponent move hurryingly, follow slowly if the opponent moves slowly," and "If others don't move, I don't move. If others just want to move, I move first" influence the opponent's centre of the body, and break his balance of force. Seize the chance to break emptiness with solidness, use the four ounces to neutralize a thousand pounds. Thereby you can defeat the opponent.
In this show, it explains the practicing and using of single Push Hands, Fixed Step, and Moving Steps Pushing Hands in detail. With abundant, widely- covered, and valuable content, it is an excellent teaching show.
Practical boxing, practical combate, self-defend, martial art, chinese martial art, gongfu, gong fu, gong-fu, kung fu, kung-fu,wushu, wu-shu, chinese gong fu, chinese wushu, english chinese, translated english, in english
- ISBN: 7887213363
1 DVD / NTSC
Subtitles Languages: English / Chinese
Demonstrated and Explained by: Zhang Jizong,
the third generation successor of Taiji Wuxing Tongbi Quan.