Tai chi, taijiquan, wu style tai chi

Tai Chi concept of zhong ding demonstrated by Wang Hao Da

This video clip of Wu Style Grandmaster Wang Hao Da demonstrating his form shows his unique style. I've seen only one or two others who move like him and no one pinged opponents like he did. He was a student/disciple of the Ma Yueh Liang.

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A tai chi tip: Doing tai chi anywhere, anytime

Tai chi doesn’t have to be something you schedule to do. With a little knowledge you can practice a simple technique anywhere, anytime. Here’s one idea. Standing in Wuji . . . . or Being Like a Mountain One way to begin tai chi is simply by standing. For example, Wuji is the first posture… Continue reading A tai chi tip: Doing tai chi anywhere, anytime

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Tai Chi might be boring to some, but it is the art of movement to me

I've read more than a few times that globally more people do tai chi than any other exercise. More than yoga even. You can go to parks in any reasonably sized city in the world and find groups of people doing tai chi, as well as qigong. Tai chi is the most popular exercise in… Continue reading Tai Chi might be boring to some, but it is the art of movement to me