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Chuōjiǎo & Fānziquán

戳腳和翻子拳

 

“The fist and feet work in unison and strike continuously forward, like falling meterorites.”

Baguazhang is an internal art and one of the three main Chinese martial arts of the Wudang school. The other two forms being Tai Chi Quan and Xing Yi Quan. These three are often taught together and are often viewed as complementary forms to each other. 

Master Yun learned this form from his first Master Wang Qingzhai (王庆斋), who learned it from his Master Wang Yunpeng (王云鹏). Wang Yunpeng traded with Ma Gui (马贵) in order to learn the form. Ma Gui was a top student of Dong Haichuan (董海川), who is credited with inventing the art. This form is not well known outside of China.

 
 

“Two fists are fast like the falling rain drops, and fast like a snapping whip.”

Baguazhang is an internal art and one of the three main Chinese martial arts of the Wudang school. The other two forms being Tai Chi Quan and Xing Yi Quan. These three are often taught together and are often viewed as complementary forms to each other. 

Master Yun learned this form from his first Master Wang Qingzhai (王庆斋), who learned it from his Master Wang Yunpeng (王云鹏). Wang Yunpeng traded with Ma Gui (马贵) in order to learn the form. Ma Gui was a top student of Dong Haichuan (董海川), who is credited with inventing the art. This form is not well known outside of China.