TAIJIQUAN: WHY IT IS NOT FOR OLD PEOPLE, IT’S FOR EVERYBODY

IT’S FOR EVERYBODY Just like yoga practice and many practices from the East that have made their way to the West. They have become diluted to hot mess and making money has replaced authenticity to such a degree, the point of origin has become lost. Even if Bruce Lee, in an interview spoke of Taiji …

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PENG AND TAIJI QUAN’S 4 SKILLS

PENG AND TAIJI QUAN’S 4 SKILLS Training in Taiji Quan my current perspective on the four skills of Zhang (to adhere) Lien (to sticking/yield), tie (to connect) and sui (to follow), arise from a good peng structure. There is a previous post explaining Peng or the Peng structure of Taiji Quan here on deadlyduels.com. As your peng …

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WILL CHRIS WEIDMAN BEAT ADESANYA?

ARTWORK BY ERIC YAN WILL CHRIS WEIDMAN BEAT ADESANYA? Last Sunday we were shocked here at DeadlyDuels.com. We expected a tight fight between Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa, but that is not what we got. Paulo Costa was picked apart and then destroyed in the second round. A sight of horror for him and his …

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TAIJI QUAN’S TING JIN

Taiji quan’s ting jin The narrative that the Yang family hid the secrets of Taiji Quan by removing the fast movements and replaced it with an even pace form, because the nobles who they taught in the imperial court could not handle the strenuous training, seems not totally true. Regardless of what ever style, the …

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