I surf the web each day looking for Tai Chi or other Martial Art Videos to share on this page. I post anything that I feel is relevant and teaches me something.
Many times during your class your teacher may say the same thing over and over but you don't hear it. As you progress in your martial art training and your skill improves your teacher will make the same statement to you and you say, "Why didn't you tell me that before?" I don't know the reason for this but I have experienced it many times myself. I have also heard other students make the same comments. Is it because you are not ready to hear it at your level?
Surfing YouTube or any other video site for Tai Chi videos lets you hear and see something explained in a different way. This gives you the opportunity for an aha moment (a moment of sudden realization, inspiration, insight, recognition, or comprehension).
It is the teachers job to lead you to the gate, but it is up to YOU to enter.
Chen Taichi Fajin basics explained
"Basic principles of Chen-style Tai chi Fajin"
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La Palla Elastica del Taiji
Elastic Taiji Ball
Tai Chi Breathing
Cheng Man Ching's 37 Posture Yang Short Form
Taiji Quan - Borrowing Fajin - Rough Cut
Push Hands: Introduction
Aikido Explained: The History & Purpose
Aikido, The Samurai Spirit
What is the essence of Judo
Life's 6 Rules
How to Punch Correctly
Jet Li/David Dorian Ross
Learn Tai Chi Online with Jet Li's Online Academy
Common Mistakes When Practicing Tai Chi
Chen Zhenglei & Yang Jun
Chen Style Taiji & Yang Style Taiji (Tai Chi) Side by Side
Sifu Adam Mizner
Ji and PLJA
Master Yu Cheng Hsiang
Tai Chi Chuan Push Hands Techniques