Chen Zhonghua

Tim Duhring on Daqingshan

Tim Duhring on Daqingshan

Good workshop with students from Victoria and Seattle who made the trip. Worked on foundations and a drill to line up two dots on the body.

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There must be three stick in the body.

  1.  Vertical stick is from the Baihui on the top of the head to Huiyin at the bottom of the torso.
    This stick is absolute. There are no “ranges” allowed.
  2. Horizontal stick is the arm.
    This stick has a range. it can move within the range of eyebrow and the kua.
  3. 45 degree stick is from rear foot to the front hand.
    This stick has a range from front hand to the floor.

 

35-4-2Taught Allan Belsheim and Ricky Pietila in the Edmonton studio how to keep the body straight while making the rotation in these moves. These are moves 35 and 36, Punch to the ground and then turn right (to double kick).

 

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Jiaobiejin, pronounced as cheobiejin, is a special characteristic of the Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method system. Read more

11334152_10204293465207270_6980898690182303046_oMany fake things originated as high level mastery. It is the people who don’t have the skill but want to present themselves as highly skilled masters that make people think that the original act was also fake.

Very often, when this happens, the average person tend to believe the fake act and refuse to believe the original real act.