Wu Style Slow Set (89) featuring Gerald A. Sharp; with Wu Ying Hua.
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This newly chaptered, upgraded demonstration video presents Gerald A. Sharp performing the Wu Style Slow Set (Long Form) from two angles (front angle has titles). Rare archival footage of Grandmaster Wu Ying Hua doing the form is also presented.
Chapter A: Introduction This selectable introduction shows Sharp's training certificates and photos with Ma Yueh Liang and Wu Ying Hua.
Chapter 1: Gerald A. Sharp performs the Wu Style Slow Set in over 25 minutes without stopping. The titles of the names of all 89 forms (plus each of the six sections) are shown.
Chapter 2: Gerald A. Sharp performs the Wu Style Slow Set in over 25 minutes without stopping from a rear angle.
Chapter 3: Rare archival footage of Wu Ying Hua, Wu Chian Chuan's, eldest daughter, performing the entire Wu Style Slow Set. While the video's quality on this chapter is substandard, the educational content outweighs any technical limitations.
The Wu Style Slow Set is the internal form of the art. Slow, smooth, and patient, this form fosters five main mental characteristics as follows: Stillness, Lightness, Slowness, Exactness, and Perseverence. The Wu style has very precise footwork and movements that ultimately sets the practitioner free of wonderment or bewilderment. The simplicity of the movements helps the practitioner move on to more deeper levels of understanding. This form is for those wishing to develop a deeper understanding of the internal aspects of T'ai Chi Ch'uan.