There are more than threehundred kinds of Chinese martial arts, all of which stress on learning from nature and following nature. Among them, Tai chi is the best!
In the past, Wushu masters carefully selected the time of day, climate, terrain and direction when practicing martial arts, and absorbed energy from the communication between man and nature, so as to achieve mutual interaction between man and nature and improve their skills.
This practice is the same as the “Qi gathering” skill of Taoism.
Tai Chi capture 9-style dynamic teaching!
First move: Zhou Lang breaks the arrow
The second move is to seize, fight, and seize inversely
The third move is to turn around
The fourth move: picking fairy fruit
The fifth move: Elbow push and wrist break
Sixth move: seal, collect and transfer
The seventh move: hold the elbow
Eighth move: high detection arm
The ninth move includes chest and elbow support
The essence of Tai chi is nothing more than drawing circles of different sizes and shapes on different planes or spaces. Because they are round, they should avoid straightness, angles, stagnation and hardness. Tai chi masters all emphasize the spiral movement throughout the whole and require the formation of the so-called spiral force – Tai chi.
According to Chen Xin’s Tai Chi manual, “it is extremely fast and fast. It twists and turns around and looks like a moon. It is extremely refined and extremely small.”; “The smaller the circle, the more wonderful Tai Chi should be.”.
In the realm of change, Tai Chi becomes an unstoppable and deadly fist that has a circle but not a circle and accumulates the power of the whole body.