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Default Tai Chi Push Hands For Beginners, part 5

Tai Chi Push Hands For Beginners, part 5.
In this video I will share with you my own practice tips for the beginners.
Do you find root stand hard to learn? I found one way guaranteed to be correct. No more excuse for me. Are you into training aids? This video also includes one demo to construct a training device. They are really intended for the very beginners.
Hope other people can contribute more training ideas and let us know why they work for you.

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It is important we share our experience and discuss the best way to learn Taiji. We don't want to lose the traditional martial arts treasures, we want to improve them by developing better skills and enabling better learning.
http://basks.com/tai-chi-push-hands-...inners-part-4/
http://basks.com/forum/showthread.php?p=97
http://basks.com/tai-chi-push-hands-...inners-part-3/
http://basks.com/forum/showthread.php?p=91
http://basks.com/tai-chi-push-hands-...inners-part-2/
part 1 of this series is at
http://basks.com/tai_chi_push_hands_beginners/
http://basks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39
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