Yang-style Taiji Quan
The origin of Yang-style Taiji Quan Yang was LUCHAN (1800-1873), born in Yongnian County, Hebei Province.
Brought up in a poor family, Yang was sold to Chen LUCHAN Déhu in Chenjiagou Village home as a child. Looking after Taiji Quan Master Chen Changxing, Yang LUCHAN learned martial arts from him. He returned to his hometown as an adult and began to teach other Taiji Quan. People in Yongnian County describes her art as "soft boxing" and "soft boxing." Later, he traveled to Beijing and taught many members of the nobility of the Qing dynasty.
To meet the needs of the general public, it decreased the difficulty of movements, such as jumps, foot stamping and produce force exercises. Yang, the son of this revised form in the Middle Frame. His grand-son, Yang Chengfu, revised and finalized once more as the Big Frame. Simple and easy to learn, the Big Frame has become the most popular Yang style Taiji Quan today. The Yangs had a great reputation in Beijing. After 1923, Yang Chengfu visited Nanjing, Shanghai, Hang-zhou, Guangzhou and Hankou, where he taught and the popularity of Yang style Taiji Quan. The Yang Style is characterized by its full extent, simple, good, light, easy and natural movements. Practitioners should begin the effort and relaxed with the movements, accumulate in the sweetness of hardness, then hard or soft movements correctly to produce a display of grace and beauty. There are also high, medium and low settings. The beginners can adjust their physical power in practice depending on their age, sex and endurance. It can be used to cure illnesses, preserving health and improving the fitness and boxing skills.
Wu-style Taiji Quan
Wu Quan You style the origin of the Manchu nationality (1834-1900) in Daxing County, formerly in the province of Hebei, but now under the municipality of Beijing.
He learned the Yang Big Frame LUCHAN and was later part of the small Banhou Yang, the second son of Yang LUCHAN. You Quan is well known for his soft play. Jian Quan, son of Quan You, changed his surname Wu, drew himself Jianquan Wu (1870-1942), and acted as if he was a member of the Han nationality.
Jianquan inherited the small frame with round and correct movements. He moved in a relaxed manner and with great ease. His movements, which are continuous and endless, do not include jumps or hops, which makes his style more acceptable to the general public. Wu Jianquan teaches his Taiji Quan in Beijing, Shanghai, that
where he created the Taiji Quan Jianquan Club.
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