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Xingyiquan Movement Name List
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Jiang Rongqiao's Baguazhang
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This is the PDF Edition of Jiang Rongqiao book on the eight old changes of Jiang style baguazhang. Translated by Andrea Falk. The PDF Edition is the same as the print book, except that it is set up... More > for regular letter pages for the home printer. It contains the same images, photos, Chinese characters, and pinyin pronunciation as the original. In this edition, the photos are alongside the images. PDF Edition ISBN 978-0-9866771-6-8 For more details, see www.thewushucentre.ca< Less
Li Tianji's The Skill of Xingyiquan
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The book that has become the standard on xingyiquan, contains all the basics plus many classic texts. Written by Li Tianji in 1980, it completes the work started by his father, Li Yulin, in 1958.... More > Andrea Falk translated the book from 1995 to 2000. This PDF Edition has been reworked to allow for home printing on 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages. Very minor editing was done, so that the translation retains its original flavour. This PDF Edition ISBN is 978-0-9866771-8-2< Less
Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan Volume One
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Volume One of Di Guoyong's three volume series on Xingyiquan. Volume one is describes in great detail the five elemental techniques of splitting fist, driving fist, drilling fist, cannon fist, and... More > crossing fist, and the five element routine. Also included are a chapter on teaching and training suggestions, theory, and a glossary.< Less
Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan Volume Three
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Volume three of a three volume set on xingyiquan, by Di Guoyong, translated by Andrea Falk. Volume three contains the five element techniques and routines of the sabre, sword, staff, spear. Also the... More > anshenpao partner routine. Also a chapter on teaching and training, and a glossary of Chinese terms.< Less
Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts
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A comprehensive Chinese to English dictionary of China's martial arts, compiled and translated by Andrea Falk. Andrea is one of the foremost modern translator's of internal style martial arts from... More > China. She brings years of training and translation experience to this dictionary. It includes techniques and movement names of internal and external styles (form and contact), traditional Chinese medical terms, and many useful terms related to the martial arts. The 2014 edition of the dictionary is 232 8.5x11 inch pages long. It is presented in PDF form. If you want a soft cover book, you can get it by print-on-demand, also at Lulu.< Less
Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts (printed)
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The Comprehensive Chinese to English Dictionary of China's Martial Arts, set up for print-on-demand at Lulu. The 2014 edition of the book is 232 pages, which is a bit much for printing out yourself,... More > especially the horrors of double sided printing on a home machine. It is a bit difficult to work with in PDF on your computer, so I have made this version for print-on-demand. The insides are exactly the same as the PDF, the only difference is that there is a back cover. The vocabulary of the Chinese martial arts is highly specific and not in normal dictionaries, so this dictionary will be a great help to martial artists trying to improve their knowledge by learning Chinese. It is also just fun to flip though.< Less
Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan: Volume II Form and Theory
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Volume Two of Di Guoyong's exhaustive three volume book on the Chinese kungfu style of Xingyiquan. Translated by Andrea Falk. In Volume II Form and Theory, the twelve animals of Hebei xingyi are... More > described along with how to best find the power, how to apply the techniques, and much more detail. Also, the same amount of detail is given to the Eight Skills of xingyiquan. Four empty hand routines are also described in detail: the Eight Skills Routine, the Eight Postures Routine, the Twelve Great Punches Routine, and the Xingyi Composite Routine. A discusssion of the six models of xingyi and of the three levels of xingyi is also in the appendix. The electronic reader edition does not have Chinese characters or pinyin with tones. If you would prefer to have them, you are best off getting the soft cover print edition or the pdf edition.< Less
Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan: Volume III Weapon and Partner Play
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Volume three of Di Guoyong's exhaustive book on the Chinese martial art of xingyiquan. Translated by Andrea Falk. This volume contains the five element basics and the basic routines of the four main... More > weapons - straight sword, broadsword, staff, and spear. All the descriptions contain a great deal of detail, plus how to generate power, how to use breathing, a variety of practical applications for each technique, plus a poem to remember the main points. There is a chapter on teaching and training suggestions, which is particularly helpful. The book also contains the very popular partner routine Anshenpao.< Less
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