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The basic exercises are important before you dig deeper in the Wudang Tai Chi and Kung Fu exercises. They promote health, flexibility and strength training for beginners.
Mǎ Bù = horse stance
Gōng Bù = bow stance
Xiē Bù = resting stance
Pǔ Bù = flat stance
Xū Bù = empty stance
This episode contains the parry movement which is similar to french fencing.
In this section Master Ziji (Michael Weichhardt) shows the transition to the three jumps.
Master Ziji introduces the next section of the Eight Immortal Sword form.
This is the next section in the Ba Xian Jian movement set. Mabu posture with explosive power and then Gombu transition.
Master Ziji shows the next movement which includes the jump and sword sweep in Pubu posture finishing with Tan Tui.
The next movement of the Eight Immortal Sword form set! Master Ziji is explaining from different angles.
Here you can find the full series I recorded five years ago. It conveys detailed instructions to the form set from different angles and multiple performances.
In this episode, the traditional class is practicing Fu Hu Quan - beating the tiger form. Xiao Yun the coach of the traditional class explains the details.
Three episodes of the Bajiquan final movement set.
The next movement of the Xing Yi Quan movement set.
Master Ziji shows us the next movement of the traditional Bajiquan form.