Qi Gong routines - Sometimes in China a wushu athlete will be assigned additional practice with one Tai Chi tool or with one group or even sub-group of Qi Gong exercises. Our including so many tools and so many Qi Gong routines in the daily curriculum is both an attempt to strengthen individual students after (typically) years of neglect and, at the same time, extreme stresses on their bodies. There have been extensive discussions about not only Qi Gong sets but even individual exercises. As standards we use the following books and videos published by the Chinese Health Qi Gong Association:

/1/ Eight Brocades (Ba Duan Jin)
/2/ Tendon Washing (Yi Jin Jing)
/3/ Five Animals Frolic (Wu Qin Xi)
/4/ Six Sounds (Liu Zi Jue)
/5/ Da Wu
/6/ Daoyin Yangsheng Gong Shi Er Fa
/7/ Mawangdui Daoyin Shu
/8/ Shi Er Duan Jin
/9/ Tai Chi stick (Taiji Yangsheng Zhang)

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