Since Wudang is a way to live a quality life, combat is a part of its doctrines, yet one must have the basic abilities to be functional in combat. This is why the basic training is much more important especially in the beginning of the Wudang training.
Postures like Xie Bu and Ma Bu are very important to keep Fu Hu Quan controlled and quiet. Beginners who rush their training cannot keep the same height and wiggle their knees. Anyone who can finally relax in the postures also manages to incorporate the explosive power of relaxation in the attacks.
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Second section os the Xuan Gong Dao movement! Slowly explained and from various angles.
From our coach Rugway – the Xuan Gong Dao Saber form. Xuan Gong Dao is the first weapon form to learn after the basic training, the principles are just like in the other Xuan Gong forms, the energy should be forwarded without resistance. Special focus is on the technique.
https://wudangacademy.tumblr.com/post/163130378455/wudang-leg-flexibility Wudang Leg Flexibility Check out the Wudang community on Tumblr! Go to Tumblr
https://wudangacademy.tumblr.com/post/162828070885/kung-fu-basic-concept-of-fist-elbow-shoulder Kung Fu Basic Concept of Fist, Elbow, Shoulder, and Hip. Kung Fu Basic Concept of Fist, Elbow, Shoulder, and Hip. Check out the Wudang community on Tumblr! Go to Tumblr
https://wudangacademy.tumblr.com/post/162699608900/heroofomegle-applications-of-traditional Applications of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts. The video’s description state that the applications in the video are from Tang… Praying Mantis Applications Check out the Wudang community on Tumblr! Go to Tumblr
It is sad to see people stop practicing once their body feels tired. The real training starts after the first time to transform the body to be more elastic and resistant, but this process cannot even start if you give up. What are sore muscles? During our training, we put a strain on our muscle fibers, and this leads to muscle irritation and results in swelling. The wrong solution is to do nothing!… Read More