丹田大腿分离

陈中华老师在2019年八月第31届大青山讲座期间讲解丹田大腿分离

这是典型的身体上下分离的例子。 有了这个能力,才能明白和做到上下相随。

 

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陈式太极拳第十九代传人(亦作11代),陈式太极拳实用拳法海外掌门人,陈式混元太极拳二代传人。1979年起从洪均生宗师习陈氏太极拳实用拳法,1996年起从冯志强宗师习陈氏混元太极拳,为两位宗师入室弟子。 拳、剑、刀、杆俱精,推手技击出神入化,常发人于无形,堪称观止。生徒遍及近百三十国家地区,著述及译著丰富。
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丹田大腿分离》上有 8 条评论

  1. In the first few movements, both parts move. In the subsequent movements, the upper leg did ‘Really Not Move’, but the abdominal area moved, as if separated from the leg.

    In order to prevent the leg from being ‘pulled to follow’ the abdominal area, one attempts pushing towards the knee with the leg. This, combined with the abdominal area going away from the joint, creates more separation. The parts separate and are no longer one.

    The movement creates a new ‘one’ that has a greater length.

    The opening of the kua, the rotation of the joint, the splitting of the lines, the ‘not moving’ of the upper leg, the stillness of the leg enables the ground to travel up the leg to the kua. The abdominal movement takes the ground to the back to make another non moving part on the back.

    The R foot then ends up (forms one alignment) to/on the upper left side of the body.

  2. Master Chen first shows in the video how the dantian and upper leg move ‘double heavy’; there is a connection between the two body parts where they make approximately the same movement; there is no clear relationship according to taiji principles. He then demonstrates how to separate dantian and upper leg by means of a ‘separation’ by ‘opening the kua’ , rotating the dantian and pushing down/spiraling down the leg. Now there is no longer a connection but a relationship: the thigh does not move where the finger is. By applying a ‘first level ying yang split’ he makes a stretch between the point on the thigh and the point on the dantian where the other finger is.

    please correct me

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