Two foundational building blocks of Bagua Zhang, the Piercing Palm and the Changing Palm. Here’s are some high level thoughts.
Out of our 4-step progression to Bagua Circle Walking, this is some explanation on our progression #2 the small step (this is a literal translation of 小步 xiao bu), and 3 common mistakes people make. Different schools and lineages have slight variations on this, but directionally they all point to the same concepts. We breakdown our stepping into a 5-step…
This is our 4-Step Progression to Bagua Circle Walking. The order and progression matters. You cook the fish before you eat it. You thaw the fish before you cook it.
Many Bagua lineages have different Mother Postures or Mother Palms to practice. In the 80’s, research team found there were about 30 variations across China. Here are the 12 I use in my routine practice. Which ones do you use?
Asides from all the health benefits, and the training benefits of circle walking, I am a strong believer that circle walking helps lose weight.
In this blog post, I look at it from what my fitbit fitness tracker says without using woo-woo that’s often associated with Internal Martial Arts.
Quick overview on How and How Long to to practice Circle Walking!
Any takers? Let’s take our practice to the next level!
Bagua circle walking is probably the most iconic movement of the martial arts Baguazhang. However, the way it is explained using the old Chinese ways seem to be too woo-woo to Westerners that all want to break it down by science.
In this blog post I try to explain on a high level what is circle walking, why winter is a great time to circle walk, and I invite you to a 100-day circle walking challenge with me.
Here’s a quick reviwe witha few pointers on how to stand correctly in the Coiling Dragon Stance of Bagua Zhang!