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Tai Chi for Two: The Practice of Push Hands Paperback – May 1, 1995
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That said, Paul's discussion of tuishou is very good, and reveals him to be both knowledgable in taiji tuishou and a mature individual. He doesn't especially blow his own horn, and also makes a point stressing the fact that tuishou is primarily a learning tool meant to develop one's taiji fighting ability and not a vehicle for competition in and of itself. To get hung up on tuishou is like Earnest Hemingway getting hung up on calligraphy and never writing a single story.
This is clearly one of the better taiji tuishou books out there. Hopefully one day they'll supplement the pictures.