Old 8 Palms (Lao Ba Zhang)
Single Turning Palms (8 Palms)
Bagua ZhiTang 64 Palms
8 Forms & Sparring Exercises
Body-reinforcement Exercises
Fundamentals of Liang style Bagua
Standing Pole Methods
Demostrations of Liang style Bagua & Weapon Routines
SanHe Sword
Liang Style Bagua (Pa Kua) DVD Series
by Master Zhang, Jin Liang
About the Performer: Master Zhang, Jin Liang is 3rd generation inheritor of Liang style Bagua Palm and he passed 7th grade wushu grading evaluation.
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Liang Style Bagua
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61 Minutes
This program collects the palm techniques, footwork, body postures, stake exercises, Sanshou (free sparring) and weapons of this style.  It fully demonstrates the features of internal styles such as internal & external training, benefits for health and self-defense, harmony in spirit and in appearance, feinting and attacking in different directions, hitting the opponent's weak points, and hardness and softness moving in harmony.  The fighting tactic is to handle the change with change, to strike clumsiness with agility, and stop speed with speed.
Like circle-walking exercise, Standing Pole Methods (stake exercises) are also important techniques for beginners as well as advanced practitioners of Bagua Zhang.  Therefore, the exercises should be practiced throughout life.  The stake exercises can be divided into 3 parts: elemantary, intermediate, and advanced.  Though having their own unique features, they are linked to each other as a system.  The first part is the 8 Fixed Stake Exercises, the second the 8 Linked Stake Exercises and the third the 8 Spirit Form Stake Exercise.
106 Minutes
113 Minutes
This program clearly describes the similarities and the differences between Liang style and other styles of Bagua Zhang.  The hand techniques, footwork and postures, and the circle-walking method of Liang-style Bagua Zhang is introduced.  It is helpful in improving health and self-defense, and is also enjoyable as an art form.  Contents include the main style and features of Liang-style Bagua Zhang, explanation of the circle-walking exercises, six and drills, and two compulsory measures.
This form retains the old primitive simplicity of Bagua Zhang.  It is brief, simple, elegant, and effective in combat.  The movements are perfomed in the style of plums blossoming leafless trunks, with the power of a whirlwind blowing the leaves off trees.
62 minutes
This form is also called the 8 Fixed Palms or the Eight Basic Palms.  It is designed for  beginners, as well as being a compulsory course for advanced forms.  The 8 palms include dropping, front pushing palm, holding spear palm, point-skyward-and-draw-on-the ground palm, Yin-Yang fish palm, and grinding millstone palm.
70 minutes
In combat, the 8 vital parts of the human body are the head (neck), shoulders, elbows, hands (wrists), buttocks (waist), hips, knees, and ankles.  These are also called the 8 Doors.  These exercises are designed to train the eight parts simply and systematically so as to eliminate the stasis or diseases of the bones, muscles, blood vessels, or nerves of the vital parts.  At the same time, constant training of these parts will lead to their agility, flexibility, and endurance, and also will improv your self-defense skills.
Hand-rolling Broadsword
66 Minutes
The 8 Old Palms are also called 8 Mother Palms, Eigh Big Palms, or Changing Palms.  They are the oldest, most basic, most important, and most practical palm techniques orginated.  Practicing these eight old palms will help you to master many techniques such as push, support, drag, lead, carry, chop, dodge, intercept, pierce, block, parry, deflect, twist, tumble, slide away, twine, shake, bump, stamp, stick and follow.
69 Minutes
106 Minutes
This is one of the traditional weapon forms.  Hand Rolling Broadsword literally means that rolling the hands, stressing the power of the wrist, is its unique style.  It requires that the practitioner's body and broadsword should move as one when he walks, turns, tumbles, or revolves, with the body following the weapon.  All of the movements are in linked changes.
59 Minutes
These 2 forms are designed to practice combat techniques.  In the past, masters of various styles of Bagua Zhang often absorbed the most powerful and effective movements from each other to improve their own techniques.  The movements of these two routines are slightly different, due to the different understanding and combat experience of the two masters. 
In the 8 Single Movements of Liang-Style Bagua Zhang passed by Li Ziming is of 2 kinds - one is introduced here.  The movements are foward snap strike, forward grab, forward bump, whirlwind chop palm, turn and support palm, deflect and snap strike, deflect and thrust to the ribs, and push to face with Yin-Yang Palm. 
The 8 Paired Movements are hip-pull-in palm, double cross palm, double parry palm, twining palm, deflect-opposite palm, double tear palm, grab wrist palm, and tri-pierce palm.
99 Minutes
Taking the internal hand form as its origin, this form integrates Zen and weapons practice into one.  Based on Bagua Zhang, it absorbs the best techniques of Taiji and Imitation Fist and their weapons.  This routine can be characterized as slowly comfortable in performance, internal energy and external movements in harmony, unanimous in spirit and in appearance, with mind controlling the Qi, the Qi leading the movements, hardness and softness moving in harmony.
63 Minutes
Bagua Zhanghas mud-sliding step as the main footwork, integrated with other steps in actual combat.  This footwork, together with stake exercises and circling exercises, supplement and complement each other.  The movements have footwork, leg techniques, feet techniques, and attack and defense techniques all in one.  The steps of Bagua Zhang are linked to each other and full of changes.  They can be practiced in single links, in straight links, or in circles, each of which can also be further divided into fixed, slow, low or paired exercises.