Totally Nude Tai Chi: A DVD Review With Pictures

Can the fire of man breathe within the waters of woman? Only if she allows. From Eden’s Gate, through Taoist teachings, through sexual revolutions and on into time eternal, women have been, are, and always will be the masters of ultimate sexuality.

Totally Nude Tai Chi is the most comprehensive, and most bizarre martial arts instructional video I have ever reviewed. Five naked female models demonstrate Tai Chi theory, the solo hand form, sword and saber practice, circle walking and palm changes, push hands and fighting applications, all within one hour. Continue reading Totally Nude Tai Chi: A DVD Review With Pictures

The Legend of Bagua Chang

Separating martial fact from fiction is a perilous task.  If you are too credulous, you may be tricked into joining a fraudulent kung fu cult.  On the other hand, if you are too skeptical, you will cut yourself off from real high-level skills.  “Common sense” is an unreliable guide, because it is grounded in your own limited experience, and odds are you’ve never met a legitimate master.

For this and other reasons, I do not use my website to mock other martial arts and artists.  Sometimes, though, I hear a story so fantastical that I just cannot resist the urge to share it.  Continue reading The Legend of Bagua Chang

Defining the Internal Martial Arts

The classification of Chinese martial arts into two families—internal and external—is generally accepted without question. Despite its popularity, the precise definition and significance of these families is not universally agreed upon.

What is the origin of the internal/external categorization? And what should it mean to you as a martial artist? Continue reading Defining the Internal Martial Arts