Foundation Chan Si Gong is a set of repetitive movement training, designed to teachÂ proper structural alignment in order to generate chan si jin.
Grandmaster Zhu Tian Cai Fajing 42 movement
Are you kidding? NO! Spot reducing is a myth!
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Zhu Xiang Qian, Son of GMaster Zhu Tian Cai showing some push hand techniques.
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Hey Lazybones! Power Up Your Life!
Do you ever feel like you’re getting into a rut despite your good life? You have supportive parents, and your friends, and good relationships, and a great job. What’s hapenning? Well, maybe you need to put a little more action into it. One of the secrets to happiness is being active. Keeping up an exercise will pump you up with endorphins, your body’s natural opiate. When your blood gets flowing, you’ll glow from the inside out. Want more good news? You don’t even need to gear up, and book a fitness class – it isn’t just calisthenics. Simply walking to the store, cycling that rusty bike in your park, exploring the neighborhood, and doing the hula hoop can make you happier, fitter, and firmer. Getting yourself active relieves stress and helps protect you from disease. So stop being a slave to the idiot box for a week and get out there! Real life can be so much more fun.
And if you are a die-hard workaholic and relish being the busy bee, take care not to crowd out your quiet time with your bills and your daily responsibilities. A good way to stop that fatal attraction with your comfy bed waiting invitingly for you, is to add a little action to your life. And one of the best ways to do that is to get your buddy to sign up a class with you. Take a class you’ll find physically or mentally challenging. Bring your buddy to each activity, and you’ll be more likely to shed your inhibitions and less likely to give up when the going gets tough. You will start enjoying your activity together with the sharing of experience. This will probably have a positive effect on you. What better way to spend time with someone (especially a loved one) whilst getting a chance to improve yourself – healthwise?
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The height of your stance depends on your fitness level, age or routine you are learning. Fit individuals should go for the low stance which will greatly build up the lower foundation. This will be four steps wide between your feet. Normal, healthy persons should go for middle stance, about three steps wide. Unconditioned individuals should go for a high stance of 1-2step(s) wide. As a rule of thumb, at no time should the flexed knee joint exceed 90-degrees. Individuals or beginners who are sedentary (no sports activity whatsoever in the past 6 months) should begin on a high stance and graduate to lower stances, if they are up to the challenge.
Training Advice forÂ Chenjiagou Taijiquan
By CHEN XIAO WANG
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Learning Chenjiagou Taijiquan is similar to learning other forms of sports.Â There are some basic facts and training requirements which will be helpful to know.Â I hope that what I have delineated below will benefit all who love learning Taijiquan.