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Zhao Bao Tai Chi 65 Forms Bludgeon

Zhaobao Taiji Bludgeon play consists of 65 movements. The bludgeon is played in arc form. Movements such as chop, sweep, straight raise and defence are made in various kinds of hollow circles, which are crossly connected, rotating left and right, forward and backward, without a break. The player and the bludgeon move swiftly and flexibly as a whole. Demonstrated by Wang Haizhou. Wang Haizhou is amonge the one-hundred most famous martial arts masters and the fifteenth-generation disciple of Zhaobao-style Taiji Quan. He is also a consultant to the Research Institute of Wudang Quan, the general coach of Yongnian International Taiji Quan Institute, and Vice President and general coach of Wengxian Zhaobao-style Taiji Quan Association

65 Forms Bludgeon
Commencing form
Jump and pierce
Beat tiger
Drive monkey reversely
Turn and swing
Turn and beat
Step forward and protect body
Hit on the face


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