Technical Principles

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The following are the highest number of technical principles of Tai Chi Chuan. there have been fewer more innovative fitness programs than ‘s for the perfect workout These general principles are common to all styles and some overlap with other internal martial arts.
Relate to issues of body structure, breathing, dynamics and mood.
His interpretation and training is needed and the differences in the development of each of these principles is what differentiates one from other stomach muscles schools.
Xing – physical structure (the methods of the torso)
Energy at the top of the head should be light and sensitive (Xu Ling Ding Jin)
Hunde shoulders Chen Jia and drop the elbows (Zhui Zhou)
Extends fingers Zhen Zhi and muscles wrist rests (Zuo Wan)
Relaxes the chest (It protects the stomach) method (Han Xiong) the method and stretched back (Ba Bei)
Relax the waist (Song Yao) and relaxes (settles) the hip (Kua Song)
Rounding the coccyx (Dang Yuan)
Qi – breathing
Tanti founded in Qi (Tian Qi Dan Chen)
Focuses on the intent Tanti (Dan Tian Yi Shou)
Breathing (enter / exit) with Tanti (Dan Tian Chu Ru)
Rotate internally Tanti (Nei Dan Tian Zhuan)
Yi – Intentions
Use the mind, not muscle strength (Li Yong Yong eating plan Yi Bu))
The intention guide fitness Qi (Yi Ling exercise program Yi Qi)
The movement produces Qi (Qi Yi Ling Xing)
Shen – Spirit
The spirit in the eyes (Shen Yan)
Spirit and united movement (Shen Xing flab He Yi)
Dong – workout Movement
When one part moves all moves (Fa Ru Shen Long)
Distinguishes between “full” and “empty” (Shi Fen Xu)
Continue without interruption (Bu Xiang Lian Duan)
Link up and down (Shang Xia Xiang Sui)
Linking the interior and exterior (Nei Wai Xiang He)
Walk like a cat and move like silk windings (Bu Wan Mao Xing Ru, Ru crunchless abs Chou Dong Zuo Si)
Jing – Quiet
Keep calm the mind (xin exercise video gui jing)
Find the stillness within the abs movement (Dong Zhong Qiu Jing)

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