5 Minute Tai Chi Routine | Amazing

You can train for 5 minutes every day while enjoying the basics of Tai Chi.
Repeat the tai chi movement so that you can continue little by little every day.Relax your body and calm your mind in 5 minutes.
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Top 10 #Taichi Moves - 5 minutes every day #Taiji Quan Lesson | Health & Relaxation.

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Here are the Tai Chi posture names of the Moves in this video:
Tai Chi Posture #1: Commencing Form
Tai Chi Posture #2: Qigong Meditation
Tai Chi Posture #3: Jade girl works at shuttles on both sides
Tai Chi Posture #4: Needle at sea bottom
Tai Chi Posture #5: Flash the arm
Tai Chi Posture #6: Golden rooster stands on one leg
Tai Chi Posture #7: Cross hands
Tai Chi Posture #8: Closing form

Taichi Genko,
Genko is Chinese martial arts master, a China Traditional Medicine, Doctor .
He aspired to become a martial arts from the age of 10 and traveled to China alone to study under master Zhang ChengZhong, Genko Nakamura received special education for gifted children from the martial arts team of Jiangsu China. Later, he studied under master Wu Bin as a fellow student of Li Lianjie aka Jet Li, and was found to have a natural talent in swordsmanship and spearmanship.
Starting with his win at the 1988 world championship, coming in second place in spearmanship and third place in swordsmanship, he received a total of 40 medals up to the gold medals in 2011’s Tai Chi world championship, in the categories of Tai Chi and Tai Chi sword.

From the year 2000 on, Genko served as the Japanese Olympic Committee’s martial arts training coach, and as the Japan Wushu Federation’s athlete committee training coach. The total of medals won by his students are a whopping 220 with 63 gold, 74 silver and 74 bronze medals. He has exhibited extraordinary talent as a trainer as well and is widely known in China, the home of Wushu, as a master martial arts /trainer.


Tai Chi:
The form was the result of an effort by the Chinese Sports Committee, which, in 1956, brought together four Taiji teachers - Chu Guiting, Cai Longyun, Fu Zhongwen, and Zhang Yu - to create a simplified form of Taiji as exercise for the masses. Some sources suggests that the form was structured in 1956 by master Li Tian Ji . The creators truncated the traditional family style Taiji forms to 24 postures; taking about six minutes to perform and to give the beginner an introduction to the essential elements of Taijiquan, yet retain the traditional flavor of traditional longer hand forms (in general, 88-108 postures). Henceforth, this form was avidly promoted by the People's Republic of China for general exercise, and was also taught to internees in Communist "re-education" camps. Due to this official promotion, the 24-form is most likely the Taiji form with the most practitioners in China and the world over (though no surveys have been performed).
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Added on January 8th, 2020
Last updated: April 11th, 2020