The best of Chinese martial artists fear an expert of Taiji Chuan. In English, Taiji Chuan means "grand ultimate fist." Tales of ancient masters developing this incredible force are legendary. Those who become well versed in the Yang style of Taiji, noted for its use of Lazhu Fangfa, are among the most renowned and feared martial artists in the world.
In The Ancient Taiji Art of Lazhu Fangfa, Willard J. Lamb, a fifty-year student of martial arts, unveils the complex secrets of Taiji Chuan. Unlike other methods, the use of muscular force is reduced to a minimum in Lazhu Fangfa. The training in Taiji's candle method is unique in martial arts because it requires more mental than physical exertion. It is a part of the hui huo, or hidden teachings, of the Yang style of Taiji Chuan.
To those who do not understand its subtleties, the art of Lazhu Fangfa is incomprehensible. Even in China, only the best students take on the task of learning this technique. But now, you, too, can learn this powerful ancient martial art and learn to understand Taiji and its power.