Chen style 8 Forms
(Chen shi ba shi)
Chen style 18 Forms
(Chen shi shi ba shi)
Old Chen style First Form 74 Forms
(Chen shi lao jia yi lu)
Old Chen style Second Form (Chen shi lao jia er lu)
New Chen style First Form 83 movements (Chen shi xin jia yi lu)
New Chen style Second Form 64 movements (Chen shi xin jia er lu)
Chen style weapons: sword, Broadswords, Fan, stick and spear
Yang style 42 movements (Yang shi si shi er shi)
Yang style 85 movements (Yang shi ba shi wu shi)
Yang style 32 sword (Yang shi san shi er shi)
Yang style 42 sword (Yang shi si shi er shi)
Chen Tai Chi Push Hands and Self Defense Applications
4 Important point of Push hands.
Relaxation, Structure, Awareness, Listening energy.
6 styles of Push hands
1 Single hand ( Dan tui)
2. Double hand ( Shuang tui)
3. Jin Yi Tui Yi (Shuang Bu)
Single stepping with forward and backward steps.
4. Da Lu
This is Single stepping with forward and backward steps even lower stances.
Da Lu is excellent for strengthening the legs and building martial endurance.
5. Luang Cai Hua
Free stepping tui shou.
6. San Tui
This means free push. known as San Da.
8 skills of Push hands.
peng (ward off), lu (roll back or yield),
ji (squeeze), anh (push),
cai (pluck), lieh (split),
zhou (elbow), khao (bump).
These are the five directional steps in Taijiquan
1. Advance (Jin)
2. Retreat (Tui)
3. Guard Left or Angular Advance (Zuo Gu)
4. Anticipate Right or Angular Retreat (You Pan)
5. Central Equilibrium (Zhong Ding)
4 Combat Elements
There are 4 basic categories of combat in the Chinese Martial Arts. These are Ti
(Kicking), Da (Striking), Shuai (Grappling, Wrestling Throwing), and Na (Seizing).