John Upshaw Practical Method Sword 2020.07.19

by Chen Zhonghua on 2020/07/19

About Chen Zhonghua

Chen Style Taijiquan 19th generation disciple. International Standard Bearer of the Practical Method system of Hong Junsheng. Second generation master of Hunyuan Taiji. Been teaching internationally since 1985. Educated in the West with a Master's Degree in Education. Highly accomplished through the lineage of two great masters. Disciplined, precise and powerful. He teaches a complete system of taiji based on the principle of yin yang separation; indirect power as a core concept; movement and tranquility as the source of action. In both theory and practice, his taijiquan deals with the problems of double-heavy. He is a real treasure of the heritage of taijiquan.

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Chen Zhonghua July 19, 2020 at 1:10 pm

Thanks Johh, for posting!
All moves are there! None are right yet!
1. Most of the time, the opposite hand should be in sword finger shape and should stretch against the sword, especially at the end of each move (fixed posture).
2. Your sword is moving all the time. It must be locked onto your hand, arm, and sometimes body. The sword appears to move because it is an extension of the torso. There should be no free movement of the sword (hand).
I will make a video illustrating these points.

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