Zhaobao Tai Chi Chuan DVD Series
by master Wang, Hai Zhou
Item Code: ZBTJ01
Item Code: ZBTJ02
Duration: 119 mins
Duration: 130 mins
Zhaobao Taiji Quan: Single Sword & Single Broadsword
Zhaobao Taiji Quan: Taiji Staff & Sanshou (Free Sparring & Attacking Techniques)
Zhaobao Taiji VCD Series
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Mandarin Chinese, Three Subtitles (English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese)
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About Performer: Master Haizhou Wan, 15th generation inheritor of Zhaobao Tai Chi Chuan,  is one of the 100 most famous wushu masters in China. He was born in Zhaobao Village, Wenxian County, Henan Province. He is now the consultant of Research Institute of Wudong Chuan, General Coach of Yongnian International Taiji Quan Institute, and Vice President & General Coach of Wengxian Zhaobao Tai Chi Chuan Association.
Single sword is one of the short weapons in Zhaobao Taiji Quan. Sword routine has 57 movements. Most movements are in circles and sword moves with the drive of body, feet, & hand. Practicers and his/her sword should move as a whole forcefully & flexibly in harmony.
Single Broadsword routine consists of 20 movements. While practising, you should pay attention to all directions. Attacking front, but still watch your back; Blocking left, but still be aware of your right. This is a good practice to develop your flexibility.  It has been practised widely and suitable for people from different ages.
Zhao Bao Tai Chi Sanshou (Free Sparring) has 128 techniques in 67 forms. It has practical & distinct attacking and defensing value. It has high popularity among martial arts lovers. This program is demonstrated by Haizhou Wang & his son, Changqing Wang.
Zhao Bao Tai Chi Staff consists of 65 movements. Most movements such as cleave, sweep, prick, & block, are move in various hallow circles rotating left & right, forward & backward, without a break.
Zhaobao Taiji Quan ( 2 DVDs)
Item Code: ZBTJ03
Duration: 163 mins
Zhaobao Taiji Quan consists of 108 movements. The external and internal three integrations are basic requirements to practice it. The external three integrations mean that hands should be integrated with feet, elbows with knees, and waists with hips. The internal three integrations refer to the integration of mind with intention, Qi (internal energy) with force, and posture with bones. While practicing, your hands, feet, and body should cooperate well and move smoothly so that they can generate the force as a whole. Each movement should be performed clearly and distinctly.