Master Name: Yan Hao Ran
Skilled At: Tai Chi Fist, Tai Chi Sword and Wudang Health Kung Fu.
Master Yan Hao Ran, a 16th generation Wudang disciple of Wudang Sect. When he was 9 years old, he came to Shaolin to learned kung fu for 3 years, then in 2016, when he was 13 years old, he came to Wudang Mountain to learn Wudang internal kung fu with Master Chen Xi Jing.
Master Yan’s appearance and skill are very good, and he has been invited to take part in Wudang Mountain Taoist cultural filming many times. In 2019 he started teaching Tai Chi, Wudang Wellness, Daoist Martial Arts and Wudang Traditional Culture etc at Wudang Mountain Tai Chi Kung Fu School. Till now he has taught more than 3,000 students. He is good at Wudang Xuan Wu Fist, 9 Step Tai Chi Fist, 18 Step Tai Chi Fist, Wudang Straight Sword, Wudang Xing Yi Straight Sword and Hun Yuan Qi Gong, etc.
Master Yan has participated in national and international martial arts championships and got many awards and high praises, In 2019 he won the second prize in the World Traditional Martial Arts Competition for his Tai Chi Form held in Hubei Province. In 2020 he won the first prize in the World Traditional Martial Arts Competition for his Tai Chi Form held in Hubei Province.
Martial Arts is an all-round, whole-body exercise. It not only exercises our martial arts skills, but also sharpens our minds. The so-called one day without practicing martial arts for ten years, one must make up his mind to learn martial arts and insist on exercising every day. Although sometimes it will feel boring, but once the practice is interrupted in the middle, the skill will decline.
It’s an old saying in Chinese martial arts: “Cultivate one’s self, regulate one’s family, rule the country and the world.” To learn martial arts, I think martial arts skills are not the most important thing. The main thing is that you must first learn martial arts morality. Martial arts morality is not only martial arts morality, but also teaches us how to be a human being.