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We like: Taiji in Space

We would also like to try out the 24 Beijing Taiji form in space. Looks like fun even though 港股开户 it’s a pity the chinese “taikonaut” didn’t float in space during the performance. [Thanks, Flo for sharing!] Share this:

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We like: Being Independent of Styles

Psychological factors like stress. But if the problem remains consistent and gets prolonged for more time, it is advisable that you seek medical advice, have been proven to be more effective in treating erectile problems. Men’s only forums are a … Continue reading

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We like: Tai Ji Mei Hua Tang Lang: Zhai Yao

This is Thomas Vieth, disciple of Gerhard Milbrat, performing Taiji Meihua Yilu Zhaiyao in Germany 2011. This gongfu family is closely related to ours, hence the similarity in technique, even if the flavor is very different. Enjoy! Continue reading

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We like: Iron Palm Demonstration

We like this iron palm demonstration by a chinese teacher. Note how quick and smooth his chops are.movie Fifty Shades Darker 2017 Share this: Tweet Share on Tumblr

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We like: Yantai TV Tanglang Quan Documentary 烟台电视台《螳螂拳》

Nice short documentary about Tanglang Quan. They talk a little about the origins and characteristics of the general style as well as the four big sub-styles. Their four consist of: Taiji, Taiji Meihua, Qixing, and Liuhe Tanglang. Some might substitute Taiji with Babu here. I guess they made this choice, since it’s a mainland documentary (from Yantai) and Babu is not very big there. Anyway, prepare for some nice demonstrations. However, I have to add that I personally didn’t enjoy the Meihua in this video that much. Continue reading

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We mourn: Master Feng Zhiqiang from Beijing

Another one of the great masters has left us this year. Just in via Facebook:

沉痛悼念一代宗师冯老先生逝世!冯公志强因病于2012年5月5日下午不幸离我们而去,亨年84周岁。冯 老是陈式太极拳第十代传人[陈公发科宗师的最后一位离世的徒弟],陈式心意混元太极拳的创始人。兹定于11日在北京举行告别仪式,请有关武林同道以及门内弟子、学生, 届时前往告别。
We mourn the death of a great master, Feng Zhiqiang, to illness on the afternoon of May 5, 2012, at the age of 84. GM Feng is the last disciple of Chen Taijiquan 10th generation descendant GM Chen Fake. Grandmaster Feng is the founder of Hun Yuan Chen Taijiquan. A farewell ceremony is to be held in Beijing on the 11th, for fellow martial artists as well as indoor disciples and students.

I just met him once training in the park in Beijing. Our deepest condolences to his family, students and loved ones! Continue reading

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We like: Never, Ever Give Up. Arthur’s Inspirational Transformation

Arthur was a paratrooper who injured his knees and back through too many jumps. He lost his ability to walk unassisted and gained a lot of weight. But he didn’t give up! This is Gongfu! Watch this inspirational story now: Continue reading

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We laugh: POV Wushu Actionflick

We always wanted to see a headmounted GoPro camera in a fight. And this one is also funny. [Thanks Stefan for sharing]

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We like: Traditional Kung Fu and the Mixed Martial Arts Evolution

Here’s a nice and short two parted post on traditional CMA and MMA. Michael goes into a very nice discussion on goals and expectations of training each martial art. In the second part he also explains the tension between practical … Continue reading

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Stances in Gong Fu – and Proper Training Thereof

This article was originally written in German by Jochen Wolfgramm of Bailung e.V. You can find the German version on as well as on . This is a slightly edited and translated version, which we wanted to feature for you.Of … Continue reading

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