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Presenter: Allan Belsheim  Length: 8 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton Chen Zhonghua Taiji Academy  

Allan Belsheim Hunyuan 24-20220813
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Master Allan Belsheim's Hunyuan 24 slow form for his own students. Can be used as reference for others.





 

Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 2 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton Chen Zhonghua Taiji Academy  

Michael Calandra Cannon Fist Form.



Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 9 mins  Difficulty: 2/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Yilu Section 2 Details-Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20220112
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Lock the ends and move the middle. The ends are two hands, two feet and one head. The middle is the shoulders, elbows, kuas, knees and dantian.

In this clip, Master Chen Zhonghua demonstrated how to practise the routine (using section 2 of Yilu) using this rule.

He further gave a lot of details of each move in this section.


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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 2 mins  Difficulty: 2/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Yilu Section 2-Chen Zhonghua Online Lesson 20220112
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Lock the ends and move the middle. The ends are two hands, two feet and one head. The middle is the shoulders, elbows, kuas, knees and dantian.

In this clip, Master Chen Zhonghua demonstrated how to practise the routine (using section 2 of Yilu) using this rule.


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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 9 mins  Difficulty: 5/5  Language: English  
Year: 2022  Location: Edmonton Chen Zhonghua Taiji Academy  

Yilu Small Posture 20220119-Chen Zhonghua Training
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Small moves in small places.


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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 2 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2021  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Yilu Section 3-Chen Zhonghua Online 20211216
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Master Chen Zhonghua practices the 3rd section of Yilu during an online class.


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Presenter: Chen Zhonghua  Length: 8 mins  Difficulty: 3/5  Language: English  
Year: 2021  Location: Edmonton, Canada  

Chen Zhonghua Yilu Training 20211209
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This is a record of Master Chen Zhonghua's yilu training on Dec. 9, 2021.
It is conducted at the Edmonton studio in Canada. As the space is limited, Master Chen adjusted some moves to fit the width of the room.
He also trained in slow speed.
This is a medium sized set.



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On 1 Dec 2021 during Master Chen Zhonghua’s Chinese Instructor 3 class we were asked to record a video of the first 13 moves of Yilu initiating all moves from the dantian and to ignore the upper body.

Reference: https://www.zhenbudong.cn/archives/148707

A training method we were instructed to emphasise this was to cross your arms and only to use the dantian and legs to complete the form.

 

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This is a yilu I recorded Oct 31, 2021; before participating in the Yilu Challenge starting November 1, 2021.

Feedback welcome.

I noticed that my head leans forward, and that I almost lost my balance at one point.

This was recorded at around 36,000 yilus.

This is a personal video from one of his students. Taken on a street at an impromptu demonstration in the early 1980s.


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Ling Zili and Brian Chung Push Hands Demo-Sydney 20210424

Instructors Brian Chung and Ling Zili performed Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method (Foundations, Yilu, Erlu and Push Hands) during the World Taiji Day at the University of Sydney in Australia on Saturday 24 April 2021.

There were over 200 people at this event organised by the Tai Chi Association of Australia which was an excellent turnout as was held during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In attendance were disciples Janet Ho, Ling Zili, John Saw, Brian Chung, John Ho and Paul Pryce.

 

World Taiji Day at the University of Sydney in Australia on Saturday 24 April 2021

Disciples Janet Ho, Ling Zili, John Saw, Brian Chung, John Ho and Paul Pryce

Disciples John Ho, Paul Pryce, John Saw, Brian Chung, Ling Zili, Janet Ho

Disciples Brian Chung, Ling Zili

Ling Zili and Brian Chung Sydney Practical Method Demonstration 20210424

LingZiliCannonFist-Sydney20210424

https://youtu.be/FncBsswHZXI
Yilu count:3460

Foundations: https://youtu.be/DfRUeyU4xVY

I’m humbly posting here my practice.
3 month into the online classes with Master chen and I feel that finally, maybe? some small shift is happening….
please feel free to criticise

https://youtu.be/RBnU67h-ZZo
https://youtu.be/RBnU67h-ZZo
Yilu Count: 2863.

I still have some same general mistakes from last month record.
http://practicalmethod.com/2020/12/self-correction-notes-for-yilu-record-9th-dec-2020-yuxin-liu/

Self correction:
– My head is a bit forward, not suspended enough. Center line is not strong.
– A few places, when doing the stretch, lost the non-moving points.
– First Cloud hands, when out with hand, shoulders popped.
– Single whip, R toes should close more.
– Turning flower at the bottom of the sea, I leaned, lost the axis.
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For a special day to commemorate my master GM Feng Zhiqiang!

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Some mistakes I recognize by myself.

In general,
1. Fingers and wrists need to be stretched more. Keep tile hand especially my L hand. Sometimes the wrists are bent.
2. Some moves I looked down and lost the position of the head.
3. Not enough KUA.
4. Some of the circles, hand turned by itself.

Some details,
1. First form on the turn, my L hand went up. I have never noticed this until today. Checked some of my old videos and I have been doing this probably since day one. L mid finger supposed to be at the same dot, still in line with the center of chest.
2. Form 13 when turning to the right, my body popped up.
3. Form 17 punch downwards, didn’t lock the elbow, overextended.
4. Form 35 Punch to the ground. My torso leaned forward.
5. Shaking pole three times. Lost the direction of the left fingers. Hand was moving up and down. Daoshou.
6. Fall into split and Step up to ride the whale. Kua did not switch first/enough. Still led by the shoulders.

From Master Chen,
Lower cloud hands is horizontal stepping.

Thank you Master!

This is the first recording of Wang Kai’s routine practice in this manner. This video showed the second phase of the Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method training. The first phase moves the outside (two hands, two feet and center/head). This is done by locked int inside centerline (with head on top). The first phase makes the movements look open and big. Every part of the body is stretched. The second phase locks the stretched out outside and only moves the inside.

王凯13式20201114

English site: www.practicalmethod.com

Chinese site: www.shiyongquanfa.cn

Yilu counts: 2187

Recorded at around 13,500 Yilus.