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DVD: Martial Arts: Yi Quan

Applying Force of Yi Quan / Free Sparing of Yi Quan

意拳发力、散手

Demonstrator: Bo Jiacong
Order No. D1350
ISBN: 7887211115
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 126 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The applying force in yi quan is the basic training in stake exercises, trying force and footwork. The general requirements of applying force are sudden explosion and abrupt stopping. Free sparring in yi quan is also called blocking hands or sanshou. It is one of the essential skills in boxing.

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

All Titles in Yi Quan Series




Quintessence Series of Yi Quan-Dacheng Quan: Break Hand and Vivacious Dance of Yin Quan

意拳大成拳精粹 — 意拳断手与健舞

Demonstrator: Wang Yongxiang
Order No. D1353
ISBN: 7884088525
EAN: 6937475375002
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 45 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Break hand is a fighting technique in Yi quan, including strikes and kicks, aiming to “bread the opponent’s hand.” Vivacious dance is a free-style yi quan aiming primarily at body-building and healthcare.

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

All Titles in Quintessence Series of Yi Quan




Quintessence Series of Yi Quan-Dacheng Quan: Internal and External Contradiction Force and Releasing Force

意拳大成拳精粹 — 体内外矛盾争力与发力

Demonstrator: Wang Yongxiang
Order No. D1354
ISBN: 7884088525
EAN: 6937475375026
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 58 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Based on the theory and practice of yi quan, Master Wang Yongxiang demonstrates yi quan’s techniques on the internal and external contradiction force and releasing force in this DVD. The methods and techniques introduced can be used for either teaching or combating.

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

All Titles in Quintessence Series of Yi Quan




Quintessence Series of Yi Quan-Dacheng Quan: Piling for Life Enhancement

意拳大成拳精粹 — 意拳养生桩

Demonstrator: Wang Yongxiang
Order No. D1355
ISBN: 7884088525
EAN: 6937475375019
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 48 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

Based on the theory and practice of yi quan, Master Wang Yongxiang demonstrates yi quan’s piling for life enhancement techniques in this DVD. Helpful for enhancing the practitioner’s physical and mental well-being, the methods and techniques introduced require that the practitioner incorporate thought into force, not just using force to attack or fight.

All Titles in Quintessence Series of Yi Quan




Stake Exercise of Yi Quan / Try Force of Yi Quan

意拳站桩、试力

Demonstrator: Bo Jiacong
Order No. D1351
ISBN: 7887211115
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 122 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The stake exercise includes the healthcare stake (parallel step) and actual combat stake (oblique T-step). The essential points of the stake exercises: focusing attention, relaxing body and breathing naturally. The aim of try force is to invigorate the force you have obtained in stake exercises and to use it freely. The important thing about try force is that slowness is better than quickness. While the stake exercise is relatively still, the try force is about even movement.

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

All Titles in Yi Quan Series




The Single Hand Exercise of Yi Quan / Pushing Hands of Yi Quan

意拳单操手、推手

Demonstrator: Bo Jiacong
Order No. D1352
ISBN: 7887211115
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 122 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The Single hand exercise of yi quan is essential for developing combat effectiveness. It is especially helpful in learning the key techniques for this fighting style. Pushing hands of yi quan is a kind of actual combat exercise, embodying the skills of the try force and footwork. It can also make up for the deficiency in sanshou.

Yi quan, also known as dacheng quan, is a martial art system founded by the Chinese xingyiquan master, Wang Xiangzhai in 1920s. Derived from xingyiquan, yi quan discarded its “xing” (meaning form) part to emphasize the essence of true martial power. Yi quan is essentially formless, containing no fixed sets of fighting movements or techniques. Instead, yi quan focuses on developing one’s natural movement and fighting abilities. Yi quan is also unique for its discarding of traditional martial arts concepts, like qi, meridians, dan tian etc. to make way for new explanations and ideas rooted in Western science, medicine and psychology.

The actual training in yi quan can generally be divided into the following: Zhan zhuang — stake exercise or motionless postures; Shi li — try force or slow moving exercises; Moca bu — Shi li for the legs; Fa li — Exercises that teach the use of explosive force; Shi Sheng — Breathing exercises or testing sound, including shouting; Tui shou — Pushing hands; San shou — Free fighting practice; and Duan shou — Break hand, fighting techniques including strikes and kicks.

All Titles in Yi Quan Series




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