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Beginners, Advanced, Chen, Wu, Yang, Applications, Other, Best Picks,
Tai Chi Weapons, The Classics, Bagua & Hsingi, Push Hands, Chin Na, Pressure Points,
, Cheng Man-Ching, T.T. Liang, Shou-Yu Liang,

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Books on the Application of Tai Chi

Taiji Chin NA: The Seizing Art of Taijiquan - by Jwing-Ming Yang. Uses over 700 photos to show the use of Tai Chi joint locks.

Tai Chi Theory & Martial Power - By Jwing-Ming Yang. Master Jwing-Ming Yang of Boston covers all aspects of Yang style application in depth, including punching, kicking, wrestling, and chin-NA (I really like the cover picture)

Lost Tai'-Chi Classics from the Late Ch'Ing Dynasty - by Douglas Wile

Tai Chi Secrets of the Ancient Masters : Selected Readings With Commentary - by Master Jwing-Ming Yang

Analysis of Shaolin Chin NA: Instructor's Manual for All Martial Styles - Chi NA for Tai Chi instructors by Jwing-Ming Yang.

(1) Applied Tai Chi Chuan, (2) Tai Chi Chuan Form to Function, (3) Searching for the Way - A series of books all with an emphasis on the martial applications of Tai Chi. Written by Nigel Sutton who was trained in Cheng man Ching Tai Chi. Books listed in recommended order of reading.

(1) Dim-Mak: Death Point Striking, (2) Advanced Dim-Mak, (3) Encyclopedia of Dim-Mak: The Main Meridans, (4) The Encyclopedia of Dim-Mak: Extra Meridians and Points - By Erle Montaigue Listed in recommended order of reading. An interview with Erle Montaigue

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