Tai Chi Chuan - 24 and 48 Postures - Liang Shou-Yu - Wu Wen-Ching - Book
  • Tai Chi Chuan - 24 and 48 Postures - Liang Shou-Yu - Wu Wen-Ching - Book

Tai Chi Chuan - 24 and 48 Postures - Liang Shou-Yu - Wu Wen-Ching - Book

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In 1956, the experts in charge of the Chinese National Athletic Association compiled the 24 Posture Taijiquan sequence and in 1976, they compiled the 48 Po
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In 1956, the experts in charge of the Chinese National Athletic Association compiled the 24 Posture Taijiquan sequence and in 1976, they compiled the 48 Posture Taijiquan sequence. These two Taijiquan sequences were used as the prototypes for popularizing Taijiquan. After many years, these two sequences have become very popular in China, as well as, in many other countries. They are well liked because they are simple, easy to learn, pleasing to watch, and standardized. It only takes 6 minutes to do the 24 Posture Taijiquan sequence and 12 minutes to perform the 48 Posture Taijiquan sequence. It takes about 10 hours of instruction to complete the form. Practicing this sequence daily should be sufficient to maintain your health. With the 24 Posture Taijiquan as a foundation, you can further your study of Taijiquan easily with the 48 Posture Taijiquan. People, who are interested in advanced Taijiquan training, can learn any other style of Taijiquan with little or no difficulty, with the 24 and 48 Posture Taijiquan as a foundation. Of course, in today'ss society, most people are only interested in Taijiquan for its health promoting benefits. However, if you are aware of the actual applications of the movements, you will develop a deeper appreciation for this ancient healing/martial art. In this book, besides introducing the 24 and 48 Posture Taijiquan movements, also introduced are the martial applications of the 24 Posture Taijiquan. Master Liang, Shou-Yu began his training at the age of six, under the tutelage of his renowned grandfather, the late Liang, Zhi-Xiang. By age twenty, Master Liang had received instruction from ten of the most well-known grandmasters of both Southern and Northern origin, learning more than one-hundred sequences from many different styles. In his youth, he received many gold medals in provincial and national Wushu, Shuaijiao, and weight lifting competitions. Master Liang, Shou-Yu is one of China'ss top coaches and a gold medal winner in Chinese wrestling.He is a recipient of the prestigious Coach of Excellence award by the Chinese government. He has devoted more than fifty years to training and teaching Chinese martial arts and Qigong. 1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION Introduction - The Theoretical Foundation of Taijiquan - Taijiquan History - Brief History of the Yang Family 2. GUIDELINES FOR TAIJIQUAN PRACTICE Introduction - Guidelines for Body Movements - Guidelines for Breathing - Guidelines for Directing your Mind and Balancing Your Energy) 3. PREPARATIONS AND QIGONG Introduction - Warm Up Exercises - Qigong: Qi Permeating Technique - Stationary Stances, Moving Stances, and Hand Forms 4. 24 POSTURE TAIJIQUAN WITH APPLICATIONS Introduction - 24 Posture Taijiquan with Key Points and Applications 5. 48 POSTURE TAIJIQUAN Introduction - 48 Posture Taijiquan APPENDIXES 24 and 48 Posture Translation - Translation of Chinese Terms
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