Taijiquan Style Wu the Fast Form Kuai QuanTaijiquan Style Wu the Fast Form Kuai Quan



The «Fast Fist» is a "combat" way to fulfill the form, where all the movements are made at a different pace, fast forms change with smooth ones and all the methods have a pronounced applied nature.This book is devoted to a detailed ...

Author: Igor Dudukchan

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ISBN: 1520681445

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It is recently believed that the art of Taijiquan lies in the slow forms with a constant speed and smooth transitions from one movement to another. However, in the classical schools of Taijiquan, after disciples acquire the Long Dajia form (Large Frame) well, consisting of a series of exaggerated slow movements, they begin the study of the secret section of the style, called Xiaojia (Small Frame) or Kuai Quan (Fast Fist). The «Fast Fist» is a "combat" way to fulfill the form, where all the movements are made at a different pace, fast forms change with smooth ones and all the methods have a pronounced applied nature.This book is devoted to a detailed description of the fast form of the Taijiquan style Wu - Kuai Quan. This form was practiced and taught to their disciples by such great masters of Taijiquan as Wu Jianquan and Ma Yueliang.

Taijiquan style WuTaijiquan style Wu



This book is devoted to a detailed description of the fast form of the Taijiquan style Wu - Kuai Quan. This form was practiced and taught to their disciples by such great masters of Taijiquan as Wu Jianquan and Ma Yueliang.

Author: Igor Dudukchan

Publisher: Igor Dudukchan

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It is recently believed that the art of Taijiquan lies in the slow forms with a constant speed and smooth transitions from one movement to another. However, in the classical schools of Taijiquan, after disciples acquire the Long Dajia form (Large Frame) well, consisting of a series of exaggerated slow movements, they begin the study of the secret section of the style, called Xiaojia (Small Frame) or Kuai Quan (Fast Fist). The «Fast Fist» is a “combat” way to fulfill the form, where all the movements are made at a different pace, fast forms change with smooth ones and all the methods have a pronounced applied nature. This book is devoted to a detailed description of the fast form of the Taijiquan style Wu - Kuai Quan. This form was practiced and taught to their disciples by such great masters of Taijiquan as Wu Jianquan and Ma Yueliang.

Taijiquan and The Search for The Little Old Chinese ManTaijiquan and The Search for The Little Old Chinese Man



Wu Yinghua and Ma Yueliang 1988 Wu Style Taichichuan—Forms, Concepts
and Application of the Original Style. Zee Wen, trans. ... Wu Yinghua, Ma
Yueliang, and Shi Meilin 1987 Wu shi taijiquan kuai quan (Wu Style Fast Tai Ji).
Shanghai: ...

Author: A. Frank

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230601529

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Page: 320

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This book is an ethnographic study of the martial art of taijiquan (or 'tai chi') as it is practiced in China and the United States. Drawing on recent literature on ethnicity, critical race theory, the phenomenology of race, and globalization, the author discusses identity in terms of sensual experience and the transmission/receipt of knowledge.

Eternal SpringEternal Spring



Taiji Quan, Qi Gong, and the Cultivation of Health, Happiness, and Longevity
Michael W. Acton. Start from the previous ... the Taijiquan slow form. Actually it is
very close to the Cloud Hands variation seen in the Wu Style fast form (Kuai
Quan).

Author: Michael W. Acton

Publisher: Singing Dragon

ISBN: 9781848190030

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This book, written for a Western audience, explains the essential theories and strategies of Taijiquan and Qi Gong in an insightful way. It expounds their value in our daily lives as an effective means of combating stresses, strains and illnesses, positioning these disciplines as comprehensive strategies for health, happiness and rejuvenation.