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Yang Style Taiji Quan -Competition Routine Teaching and Learning

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Yang Style Taiji Quan -Competition Routine Teaching and Learning
Teaching demonstration performed by Li Shiying, the champion of international wushu conference
Language: Mandarin Chinese
Published by Beijing Physical Education University Press
ISRC CN-M24-96-0015-0

The competition routine of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan was created based on the traditional Yang style. By implementing 37 different movements from the traditional one, it has kept the originality from the arrangement to the movements. The competition routine of Yang style Tai Chi not only created new movements such as the "slapping feet", but also increased the height and difficulty of kicks. It reduced the number of repetitive movements and rearranged the sequence with a new structure. The arrangement of movements in the competition routine of Yang style Tai Chi focuses on the connection of the movements, the layout of the routine, the degree of difficulty and the rationality.

About Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan:

The originator of the Yang style tai ji boxing was Yang Luchan (1800-1873) from Yongnian in Hebei Province. Yang went to learn Taiji boxing from Chen Changxing in the Chenjia Valley as a boy. When grown up, he returned to his native town to teach the art. To suit the need of common people, Yang Luchan made some changes, and dropped some highly difficult moves, such as force irritating, broad jumps and foot thumping. His son shortened the routine which was further simplified by his grandson. The grandson's form of the Yang style taiji boxing was later taken as the protocol of the Yang style boxing. Because of its comfortable postures, simplicity and practicability, this form has become the most popular routine for exercise and practice.

The Yang style taiji boxing features agreeable movements and actions combining hardness, softness and naturalness. When practicing, practitioners should relax to form softness which transforms into hardness, thus combining the hard and the soft. The Yang style taiji quan is divided into three sub routines, namely high-posture, middle-posture and low-posture routines, all with comfortable and agreeable movements and actions. The beginners can adjust their physical power in practice depending on their age, sex and stamina. It can be use for curing illnesses, preserving health and improving the physiques and boxing skills.


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