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Stand with the feet about the width of your shoulders apart, body erect without tension, and arms and hands relaxed by the sides of your thighs.
 
Stand with the feet about the width of your shoulders apart, body erect without tension, and arms and hands relaxed by the sides of your thighs.
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Bear stance

(Hsiung Shih)

Stand with the feet about the width of your shoulders apart, body erect without tension, and arms and hands relaxed by the sides of your thighs.

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The Chinese Art of T'ai Chi Ch'uan

by Chee Soo

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