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Wu (Hao) Tai Chi Books and Videos

Wu (Hao) Tai Chi #1, 2nd Ed. (2005)

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Wu (Hao) Tai Chi #2 (2005)

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Hao Style Tai Ji Quan, by Liu Jishun (2008)

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In Chinese & English. 104 pages.

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new releaseSecret Contents of Hao Weizhen Yi Qi Tai Ji Quan - Fundamental Skills

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In Chinese & English. 126 pages. 2012.

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  • Title: Wu (Hao) Tai Chi #1 (2nd Edition, 2005)
  • Length: 65 minutes (approx.)
  • Format: DVD
  • Content
    • Warm-up exercises demonstration
    • 49 Form demonstrations (from front, back, left, and right)
    • Thirteen basic requirements explained
    • Three basic training methods: Separation of Full & Empty, Three Empty in Sync, From Nothing to Something
  • Note: This disk contains Wu (Hao) 49 Form demonstrations from four angles (front, back, left, and right), with names of each form in English and Chinese sub-titles for the front demonstrations. It also has invaluable explanations of the thirteen classical tai chi requirements, and some Wu (Hao) training methods revealed for the first time to the outside world. The voice-over is in Cantonese, but with full English and Chinese subtitles or verbal interpretations in English.

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  • Title: Wu (Hao) Tai Chi #2 (1st Edition, May 2005)

  • Length: 1 hour and 9 minutes

  • Format: DVD

  • Content

    • Ninety Six Form: this is the most widely known Wu (Hao) form as documented in Hao Shaoru's 1963 classic, The Wu (Hao) Style Tai Chi

    • Eighty One Form (Old Form): This is probably the first time anyone has put the Wu (Hao) 81 Form out for the world to see! This form was originally designed by Hao Weizhen, and clearly shows how the 96 form was derived from it.

    • Wu (Hao) Tai Chi Sword

    • Wu (Hao) Tai Chi Staff

    • Push-hand demonstration

    • Fa-jin demonstration

    • Qi exercise

    • Standing post (zhan zhuang)

  • Note: This DVD contains both demonstrations (many for the first time, such as 81 form, sword, and staff) and detailed teachings of two basic training techniques: qi exercise and standing post. All individual forms' (96, 81, sword, and staff) are captioned in both English and Chinese. The teaching part is conducted in Chinese but with English interpretations.

Product DetailsWu (Hao) tai chi book

  • Title: Hao Style Tai Ji Quan. October 2008. 1st print.

  • Length: 104 pages

  • Format: Book. Chinese & English.

  • Content

    • Liu Jishun and Hao Shaoru Tai Chi - p. 1-19
    • Master Liu Jishun - p. 19-32
    • Practicing Methods - p. 33-42
    • Raising, Leading, Relaxing and Releasing - p. 43-49
    • Master Liu Jishun Demonstrates the Ninety-six Forms - p. 50-61
    • Explanation and Demonstration in Actual Practice - p.62-72
    • Empty, Loose, Round & Agile - p. u3-84
    • Systematic Practice of Hao Style Tai Chi p. 85-99
    • Photos - p. 100-104

Product DetailsWu (Hao) tai chi book

  • Title: Secret Contents of Hao Weizhen Yi Qi Tai Ji Quan - Fundamental Skills

  • Length: 126 pages

  • Format: Book. Chinese & English.

  • Content

    • Summary & Theories - p. 1-66
    • Explanation & Illustration on Basic Training Methods - p. 67-126