Chen style taiji quan
1- SHOU XING Hand shapes.
CHONG QUAN: Direct punch
ZAI QUAN: Punch down
BAN QUAN: Push off with your fist
FOOT QUAN: Punch hanging diagonally
ZA QUAN: Smash with your fist (down)
CE PENG Quan: Bounce to the side
HENG DOUQuan: Vibrating Strike
DAN / SHUANG TUI ZHANG: Push with one or two palms
LOU ZHANG: Palm Catch
YUN ZHANG: Palm billowing like clouds
CHUAN ZHANG: Fingertip Piercing
FEN ZHANG: Spread your palms
ZHOU Fa: Elbow Techniques
2- BU XING Foot positions.
Individual step exercises to master postures and improve hips and body landing on the floor.
Natural body postures
BING SIN BU: Natural posture.
KAI LI BU: Standing Half Horse Stance
MA BU: Horse riding stance
GONG BU: Bow step
CE GONG BU: Side arch step
BAN MA BU: Half horse gait
DIE CHA: Scissors open in split
PU BU: Slippery step
XU BU: Empty step (toe or heel)
1st DING BU: T-shaped step
2nd DING BU: Pointed backward pass
XIE BU: Crossing Step
DU LI BU: Balance with one leg raised
3- BU FA Displacements.
SHANG BU: Move on. (Turn your heel a little when taking another step)
TUI BU: Delay
CE XING BU: Side step.
HENG KAI BU: Open the way (start)
GAI BU: Cross Step Ahead
KOU BU: Pick up the step inside
GEN BU: One step follows another approaching
NIAN JIAO BU: Unfold the step (Changing direction)
CHA BU: Cross step (from behind)
4- TUI FA Leg techniques.
Kicking exercises should be done after warming up and stretching. These exercises notably improve the qualities and control of the legs and their kicking techniques or mastery of it. If you find it difficult to balance while exercising, you can turn to support for help. Kick low and slow at first gradually increasing height, speed and strength. Strike or kick with both feet alternately stepping forward with each kick. Energetically contract the belly and also the buttocks when launching the foot, which must exceed the waist. The action must be accelerated with explosive force.
DENG JIAO: Front kick with heel strike
PAI JIAO: Clap Front Kick
WAI BAI LIAN JIAO: Lotus Kick (Inner Fan)
CHUAI JIAO: Side kick
ZHEN JIAO: Stomp vibrating
FEI JIAO: Jump Kick
FENG JIAO: Front toe kick.
TI JIAO: Front kick as in wushu.