I was on the net and stumbled across this guy doing some sort of taiji
Does anyone know what style it is?
Forgot the link
Looks Wu-ish to me, but I am not expert.
no expert- that's obvious.
He's doing Yang Small Circle Tai Ji Form.
I don't know about Wu-ish but how about Lazy-ish
thanks for info
It's Wu style, from the leaning forward postures. Nice video - thanks for posting!
It's not the full 108 form Wu I think - but it might be competition form with which I'm not familiar. The opening 'raise hands' is very 'WU' but I'm not seeing the Wu style 'white crane' which is in the competition form
But I wouldn't class myself as an expert on the forms and styles.
It says he's demonstrating the Wu (Jianquan) style.
that's what I thought. I said Yang just to weed out the no-it-alls.
30 years in Wu Jianquan style and never seen it look like that. Modern synthetic?
Just realised what it is - Northern Wu. See Wang Peisheng's form.
In the title of Video, this is Wu tai chi form.
I think it is short form.
of course you DID!
big ego BOOB.dawm i'm still miss spelling that!
BOB,everything I was wrong about,I just said it
to weed out the "no it all" (great spelling by the way).
ps.guess you didn't weed out yourself??????
A nice book on one form of this style is here:
Has anyone ever heard of Tai-Zu or Ba-Ji and if so could you please steer me in the direction for finding out more info. Thank You.
yes,turn around and walk in the other direction.
stop wasting your damn time!!!!!
Northern Wu (older version) of Peisheng/Maozhi.
Note the upright movement vs the learning forward of present Shanghai Wu.