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Chen (Old Frame, First Routine, Lao Jia Yi Lu)

The different slow motion solo form training sequences of Taijiquan are the best known manifestation of Taiji for the general public. The forms are usually performed slowly by beginners and are designed to promote concentration, condition the body and acquaint students with the inventory of motion techniques for more advanced styles of martial arts training. There are also solo weapons forms, as well as much shorter and repetitive sequences to train power generation leverages. The postures of the lǎo jià yī lù (老架一路) listed below is the "old frame, first routine" of the Chen style with focus on silk reeling (纏絲).

Chen Taijiquan Laojia Yi Lu solo form

  1. Begin Taiji / Preparing form (tài jí qǐ shì, 太极起势)
  2. Buddha's Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar (Jīngāng dǎo duì, 金刚捣碓)
  3. Lazily Tying Coat (lǎn zhā yī, 懒扎衣)
  4. Six Sealing and Four Closing (liù fēng sì bì, 六封四闭)
  5. Single Whip (dān biān, 单鞭)
  6. Buddha's Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar (Jīngāng dǎo duì, 金刚捣碓)
  7. White Crane Spreads Wings (bái hè liàng chì, 白鹤亮翅)
  8. Walking Obliquely (Xie Xing)
  9. Brushing Knees (Lou Xi)
  10. Stepping Forward Three Steps (Shang San Bu)
  11. Walking Obliquely (Xie Xing)
  12. Brushing Knees (Lou Xi)
  13. Stepping Three Steps (Shang San Bu)
  14. Hidden Thrust Punch (and Revolving Upper Arms) (Yan Shou Hong Quan)
  15. Buddha's Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar (Jin Gang Dao Dui)
  16. Striking Down by Twisting Body Obliquely (Pie Shen Quan)
  17. Green Dragon Emerges from Water (Qin Long Chu Shui)
  18. Double Pushing Hands (Shuang Tui Shou)
  19. Striking with Fist Under Elbow (Zhou Di Kan Quan)
  20. Stepping Back and Wrapping Upper Arms (Dao Juan Hong)
  21. White Crane Spreads Wings (Bai He Liang Chi)
  22. Walking Obliquely (Xie Xing)
  23. Flashing Turn to Back (Shan Tong Bei)
  24. Hidden Thrust Punch (and Whirling Upper Arms) (Yan Shou Hong Quan)
  25. Six Sealing and Four Closing (Liu Feng Si Bi)
  26. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  27. Cloud Hands (Yun Shou)
  28. High Patting on Horse (Gao Tan Ma)
  29. Brushing Right Foot (You Pai Jiao)
  30. Brushing Left Foot (Zuo Pai Jiao)
  31. Kicking With the Left Heel and Following (Zuo Deng Yi Gen)
  32. Stepping Forward Three Steps (Shang San Bu)
  33. Pounding the Ground (Zhi Di Quan)
  34. Double Jump Kick (Ti Er Qi)
  35. Protect-the-Heart Fist (Hu Xing Quan)
  36. Tornado Foot (Xuan Feng Jiao)
  37. Kicking with the Right Heel and Following (You Deng Yi Gen)
  38. Hidden Thrust Punch (and Whirling Upper Arms) (Yan Shou Hong Quan)
  39. Small Capturing and Hitting (Xiao Qin Da)
  40. Embracing Head and Pushing Mountain (Bao Tou Tui Shan)
  41. Six Sealing and Four Closing (Liu Feng Si Bi)
  42. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  43. Forward Move(Qian Zhao)
  44. Backward Move(Hou Zhao)
  45. Parting the Wild Horse's Mane (Ye Ma Fen Zhong)
  46. Six Sealing and Four Closing (Liu Feng Si Bi)
  47. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  48. Fair Maiden Works Shuttles (Yu Nu Chuan Suo)
  49. Lazily Tying Coat (Lan Zha Yi)
  50. Six Sealing and Four Closing (Liu Feng Si Bi)
  51. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  52. Cloud Hands (Yun Shou)
  53. Double White Lotus (Shuang Bai Lian)
  54. Shake Foot and Fall into Split (Die Jiao Da Cha)
  55. Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg (Jin Ji Du Li)
  56. Stepping Back and Wrapping Upper Arms (Dao Juan Hong)
  57. White Crane Spreads Wings (Bai He Liang Chi)
  58. Walking Obliquely (Xie Xing)
  59. Flashing Turn to Back (Shan Tong Bei)
  60. Hidden Thrust Punch and Whirling Upper Arm (Yan Shou Hong Quan)
  61. Six Sealing and Four Closing (Liu Feng Si Bi)
  62. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  63. Cloud Hands (Yun Shou)
  64. High Patting on Horse (Gao Tan Ma)
  65. Crossed Feet (Shi Zi Jiao)
  66. Punch the Groin (Zhi Dang Chui)
  67. Ape Presents Fruit (Yuan Hou Xian Guo)
  68. Single Whip (Dan Bian)
  69. Sparrow Dashes Earth Dragon (Que Di Long)
  70. Stepping Forward to Form the Seven Stars (Shang Bu Qi Xing)
  71. Stepping Back to Ride the Tiger (Xia Bu Kua Hu)
  72. Turn Back and Wave Double Lotus (Zhuan Shen Shuang Bai Lian)
  73. Cannon Right in Front (Dang Tou Pao)
  74. Buddha's Warrior Attendant Pounds Mortar (Jing Gang Dao Dui)
  75. Close Taiji Form (Tai Ji Shou Si)

External links

  • Chen Xiaowang demonstrating the Chen Style tài jí quán lǎo jià form [1]
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