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Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan: Volume II Form and Theory By Andrea Falk
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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 I Five Element Foundation By Andrea Falk
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Probably the most exhaustive book on the Chinese kungfu style of Xingyi quan ever written, and certainly ever translated. In this first volume, Di Guoyong describes in detail how to perform and... More > better understand the five elemental fists of splittling, crushing, drilling, pounding, and crossing. Includes detailed description of movements and variations, plus power generation, applications, breathing, and teaching and training suggestions. Translated by Andrea Falk, who knows the system and Di's specific style through years of training in Beijing. This is the EPUB edition. Chinese characters and pinyin pronunciation have been taken out. If you would like the Chinese characters and pinyin, you should get the print book or the PDF edition, available from tgl books.< Less
Di Guoyong on Xingyiquan: Volume III Weapon and Partner Play By Andrea Falk
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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