Chen Huixian, niece of Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei, demonstrates her uncle's 18-Form Chen Tai Chi Routine.
Chen Tai Chi is enjoyable. That’s important when it comes to exercise. It’s also highly effective for building strength and enhancing flexibility (among myriads of other physical benefits). Fun fitness. Hard to believe? Here are 5 facts about Tai Chi that may surprise you:
The Tai Chi student's first stage of learning is called "Learning the Frame" (xue jiazi). "Frame" is the term used for the compliation of movements that make up a Tai Chi routine. In stage one, learning focuses on the shape and the sequence of movements. After having "Learned the Frame" for some time,
https://TaiChiStrong.com - Here Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei performs the fundamental first 5 movements. These movements are performed at the beginning of all Chen Tai Chi routines.
Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei, born in Chenjiagou village, is the 19th generation Chen family inheritor and 11th generation direct successor of Chen style Taijiquan. He has been recognized by the Chinese government as one of the top 10 martial artists of China. Currently, Grandmaster Chen teaches from his home base in China. He also travels periodically to teach and inspire students around the world.