Since Wangting Chen, Chen originals have been improved and refined in the first two rounds of the current Chen style Taiji Quan. These sets are carefully arranged with different speeds, intensities, technical body, amounts of physical power and degrees of difficulty, but both are consistent with the principles of advancing step by step, and the combination of hardness gently.
Chen-style Taiji Quan is divided into the old framework and the new framework. The former was created by Chen Wang-ting in the early years of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It originally consisted of five routines, (also known as the thirteen forms), a set of Chang Quan (long style boxing), consisting of 108 and a set of Pao Chui (Cannon Boxing). Based on the experience accumulated over 300 years.
The first set consists of 83 forms. Its main features are:
(1) Evident display spinning silk power. Make sure that in every movement, energy is produced from the back and waist and covers the ends of four members. The movements are carried out in the circular and spiral forms, including twinning, liquidation, spinning and turning, so that "when a movement is executed, all body parts, internal and external, are on the move;
(2) Combine the hardness and softness, housing hardness with softness. In other words, once the movement is executed, you must generate an inner strength that seems difficult, but not difficult, and seemingly soft but not soft, and is heavy and flexible
(3) The movements must be integrated for respiration and the direction of the force to ensure that the flow of energy to the pubic area and circulates it. Sounds can be produced, exhaling while increasing strength,
(4) emphasis on the equality of speed and slowness. In other words, links, movements must be rapid and, in general, the movements must be slow;
(5) There are three frames of Taiji Quan, high, medium and low. Frail and unhealthy people should practice the big picture, while the younger and very little to learn the framework.
The second series was originally called Pao Chui, boxing, or canon, and consists of 71 forms. Its main features are:
(1) There are more than movements executed with electricity produced by stamping foot
(2) The movements are faster and harder, and have a greater explosive force than the first series,
(3) There are more than jumping, ducking and transfers. The second series is good for young people, but it is less popular than the first set.
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