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DRILL: The One-Step DRILL: The One-Step , by Rory Miller, August 29, 2016
The one-step arose as a useful accident. Many years ago I was reading George Mattson's The Way of Karate and I completely misunderstood his description of ippon kumite. I thought,…
Analysis of Taijiquan Techniques, by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, August 22, 2016
It is important to understand how martial sequences are created and what purposes they serve. Sometimes people who lack this understanding tend to view the taijiquan sequence as a dance…
Training for Sudden Violence, by Rory Miller, August 15, 2016
I teach about violence. As I left “the life” I discovered that my niche wasn’t so much teaching cops as I had expected, or even teaching civilian self-defense. The material…
Introduction of Yang Style Lao Liu Lu Taijiquan, by Henry (Yinghao) Zhuang, August 8, 2016
In the time of Qing Dynasty, taijiquan was quite popular in the royal palace due to Prince Pu Lun Bei Zi, a man of great power and wealth, who appreciated…

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