She is currently the executive vice president of Zhengzhou Dongwu Taiji Institute,
General Manager of Henan Dongwu Taiji Culture Communication Co., Ltd., Director of Henan Shaolin Boxing Research Association, Deputy Head Coach of Shandong Lunan Shaolin Wushu Academy, Deputy Secretary General of Wenxian Chen Style Taijiquan Research Association, Executive Director of Henan Chen Style Taijiquan Association。
art director of Australian Oriental Wushu Tai Chi Alliance,Honorary Dean of Zhang Dongwu Tai Chi Academy, France
The world famous Tai Chi Master Xu Qinlan will take you to play Tai Chi
Sword Spinning is a very important basic skill in Tai Chi swordsmanship routines. In this course, Master Xu Qinlan will explain the various moves and routines of Tai Chi Sword Flower from the shallower to the deeper. Lead all boxing friends from entry to mastery, and easily master the Tai Chi sword and pull flowers. Uncover the mystery of the flower, and let everyone dance the elegant and beautiful Tai Chi sword.
This course includes the following chapters:
1. the Forward Single-handed Sword Spinning
2. the Backward Single-handed Sword Spinning
3. the Forward Single-handed Sword Spinning to Left and Right
4. the Backward Single-handed Spinning to Left and Right
5.the Right-hand Spinning Behind the Back
6.the Left-hand Spinning Behind the Back
7.the Backhand Spinning
8.the Uppercut of Taiji sword
9.the Upper-lower Uppercut of the Taiji sword
10.Omnidirectional Hand Spinning of the Taiji sword
11.Two-handed Spinning of Taiji Sword
12.the Cloud Sword
13.Upward Throwing of Taiji Sword
14.the Downward Piercing and Chopping of the Taiji Sword
In the process of practicing Sword Spinning flower, beginners must remember: the sword can not be too tight or too loose, it must be steady, from slow to fast, gradually practice, do not rush for instant success. With diligent practice, the wrist will change from stiff to soft, from soft to active, and the sword dance will become more graceful and smooth.
know the sword：
(3) Jian Sui: It is hung on the sword tan as a kind of silk product for sword decoration. There are long spikes and short spikes, and the colors are red, yellow, white, orange, purple, green or bicolor.
When we practice Tai Chi swords, we should figure out the parts of the blade used by various swordsmanship. There are as many as fifteen kinds of commonly used swords, and different swords use different parts of the blade.Keep a distance during group drills to avoid accidents.
Reasonable arrangement of time Chinese people have the habit of exercising in the morning, but they should be careful not to exercise in the woods before the sun comes out. At this time, the woods are full of carbon dioxide, which is easy to cause chronic poisoning. Do not practice without the sun, because oxygen is only produced in the woods when sunlight and chlorophyll react. If possible, try to practice swordsmanship in the afternoon or evening as much as possible.
When choosing a training venue, choose a fresh and quiet sandy soil venue as much as possible when practicing swordsmanship. The cement concrete floor or the slate floor is relatively hard, and it is easy to hurt the ankle joints. Besides, the ammonia released by the additives in the cement concrete and the radioactive radon from the natural slate floor can induce various diseases such as leukemia and lung cancer, and the air of the sandy soil is naturally fresh. It is beneficial to the balance of yin and yang of the human body, making people feel happy and exercising freely.
Warm up first, then practice swordsmanship Before practicing swordsmanship, you should first move your limbs such as the waist and neck joints, especially the wrists and knees such as the ankle joints. We can warm up according to the following steps.
Prevention of “Tai Chi Knee” Beginners who learn Tai Chi and sword often injure their knees because they do not master the essentials when doing lunges, horse stances or side horse stances, resulting in knee joint subluxation, meniscus damage, synovitis, Knee pain and edema. In order to avoid the formation of “Tai Chi Knee”, when we do lunges, horse stances and partial horse stances, the knees should not exceed the toes, so that the knee joints are not heavy, and the lower legs should be kept at a 90° angle to the ground as much as possible. Beginners can consciously let their front feet and toes buckle the ground and fold their crotch. This will control the forward tilt of the knee. When doing body twists, you should first swing your feet and turn your toes, and then turn around, so as to avoid “Tai Chi Knee”.
- Lectures 14
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 120 minutes
- Skill level Intermediate
- Language English & Chinese subtailtle
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
Hand Spinnng of Tai Chi Sword
- 1. the Forward Single-handed Sword Spinning
- 2. the Backward Single-handed Sword Spinning
- 3. the Forward Single-handed Sword Spinning to Left and Right
- 4. the Backward Single-handed Spinning to Left and Right
- 5.the Right-hand Spinning Behind the Back
- 6.the Left-hand Spinning Behind the Back
- 7.the Backhand Spinning
- 8.the Uppercut of Taiji sword
- 9.the Upper-lower Uppercut of the Taiji sword
- 10.Omnidirectional Hand Spinning of the Taiji sword
- 11.Two-handed Spinning of Taiji Sword
- 12.the Cloud Sword
- 13.Upward Throwing of Taiji Sword
- 14.the Downward Piercing and Chopping of the Taiji Sword