Raising the bird’s tail is one of the classic movements of traditional Yang style Tai Chi.
Yang Chengfu’s “Taijiquan Physical Use Complete Book” said: “Langling the tail is the general hand of Taijiquan.” Jin is not difficult to understand Jin. Therefore, in general, the so-called understanding of Jin to rank and god is rooted in pushing hands.”
The four types of picking, squeezing, squeezing, and pressing the bird’s tail, namely sticking, connecting, sticking, and following, are the basis for “denying oneself and pushing hands according to people’s fixed steps.” Shed push hand, stroke push hand, squeeze push hand, and push push hand are the four basic push hands.
Instructor Fu Qingquan’s explanation of Lan Quewei ~ Zuo Jie
Left-handed is the initial movement of the bird’s tail.
Instructor Fu Qingquan explained Zuo Jie in detail from multiple dimensions including bodywork, footwork, and technique.
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- Yang Style Taijiquan Refined 28 Styles:
Lan bird tail
1. [Twenty-eight positions of refined Yang-style Taijiquan] summary of the momentum 2. [Twenty-eight Refined Yang Style Taijiquan] Introduction 3. [Twenty-eight positions of refined Yang-style Taijiquan] Lanling the tail of the bird ~ Zuo Chuan detailed explanation