Ma Hong - Chen Style Taijiquan Hand-to-hand Combat Techniques (Part 2 of 10)

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Ma Hong - Chen Style Taijiquan Hand-to-hand Combat Techniques (Part 2 of 10)
Ma Hong - Chen Style Taijiquan Hand-to-hand Combat Techniques (Part 2 of 10)
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This is a Kung Fu training video on Tai Chi lectured by famous master Ma Hong. Ma Hong was the inner door student of Chen Zhao Kui. He started with Chen in 1972 after already having studied for ten years. He was soon delving deeper into the intricacies of Chen style. His concentrated efforts not only bore fruit in his performance but also set a standard of teaching and understanding which has become synonymous with the man himself. His explanations are direct and refreshingly clear. He has the aplumb of the instructor who "tells you like it is" without wavering.

about Chen style Taijiquan(Tai Chi Chuan) and Ma Hong:
Chen style tai chi chuan
The Chen family style is the oldest and parent form of the five main tai chi chuan styles. It is third in terms of worldwide popularity compared to the other main taijiquan styles. Chen style is characterized by its lower stances, more explicit Silk reeling (chan si jin) and bursts of power (fa jin).
Today tai chi chuan is typically practised for a number of widely varying reasons: health, external/internal martial art skills, aesthetics, meditation, athletic/competition sport (sometimes called "wushu tai chi"). Therefore a teachers system, practise and choice of tai chi chuan routines usually emphasises one of these characteristics. The five traditional family styles tend to retain the original martial applicability of tai chi teaching methods. Some argue that Chen style schools succeed in this to a greater degree.
Chen Wangting created Chen style Tai Chi Chuan
Chen style Tai Chi Chuan originated from the late Ming Dynasty of China (about 400 years ago), a villager of Chenjiagou village, created a new kind of Chinese boxing based on the integration of the ancestral boxing, the essence of the excellent folk boxing types and the Chinese medicine meridians,
so it is called “Tai Chi Chuan”. The theory of Tai Chi Chuan evolved from the classical works of the Chinese traditional philosophy, leechcraft, Wushu, such as the Book of Changes, Huang Di Nei Jing
and so on, and absorbed the proper contents of the Daoism, Confucianism and so on during its long
time development, so Tai Chi Chuan is called as “the Quintessence of the Chinese Culture”. Tai Chi Chuan is a kind of martial art to make people strong and healthy; it is not used to attack people. The actions of the Tai Chi Chuan are gentle, slow, coherent and flexible, and it can dredge the main and collateral channels, regulate Qi and blood, nourish the viscera and strengthen muscle and bones. Nowadays, Tai Chi Chuan has become one kind of sports especially for old people.
Chen Fa ke
 
In the late 1920s Chen Fa ke (1887-1957) and his nephew broke with Chen family tradition and began openly teaching Chen style - providing public classes in Beijing for many years. Chen Fa kes influence was so great
that a powerful Beijing Chen style tradition survived his death; it was centred around his "New frame" variant of Chen Village "Old frame." His legacy spread throughout China by the efforts of his senior students.
This style (First Routine: 83 forms)was first seen practiced by Chen Fa ke in his later years (1950s) in Beijing,
and many regard him as the author of the style. Credit for actual public teaching/spread of these two new
routines probably goes to his senior students (especially his son, Chen Zhao kui).
Chen Zhaokui
When Chen Zhao kui returned to Chen Village (to assist and then succeed Chen Zhao Pei) to train todays
generation of Masters (e.g. the "Four Buddhas") he taught Chen Fakes, unknown adaptation of old frame.
Zhu Tian Cai recalls, as a young man at the time, they all started calling it "xin jia" (new frame) because it was
adapted from classic old frame.
Chen style Tai Chi Chuan (First Routine: 83 forms and Second Routine: 71 Forms) was first taught by Chen
Zhao kui. Latter on, his student, Ma Hong popularized this style and has been teaching the style in all around
China.
Ma Hong teaches this system movement-by-movement in great details, especially for the applications.
He explains the applications in accord to the forms. Students will understand and improve the knowledge of the
movements according to forms precisely.
This routine reflects richly the unique features of Chen style Tai Chi Chuan: movements are well organized and
created,combination of softness and hardness, powerful and relaxed force, technique of joint-locking and free
fighting together.People are required to practice this routine with low posture and keeping the body straight.
Also, there is emphasis on the attack of the enemy and neutralize the attack according the principle of Yin-Yang.
This is why this style is very suitable to young people.
Ma Hong (1927 -), born in Hebei Shenzhou,learned Chen style Taijiquan from Tai Chi master Chen Zhao Kui. He is currently chairman of Chen-style Taijiquan Research Association,Deputy Secretary-General of Henan Wenxian International Taijiquan Annual Meeting Organizing Committee. In 1994 Ma Hong was awarded the annual 13 contemporary Chinese Tai Chi masters by the International Jury.
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