I-word Fuhu Fist is the basic routine of Hong Quan, which consists of two routines, “I-Zi Fist” and “Fuhu Fist”, both of which can be practiced individually or together.
According to legend, this martial artist Lin Shirong was created by Lin Shirong, a martial artist and grandmaster of the Tiger and Crane Gate, based on the skills of his master Huang Feihong.
“Kung Fu Wushu Cool” has sorted out 85 groups of I-word Fuhu Fist tricks and shared them with you in installments.
In the following icons, those wearing black boots are us, and those wearing vests are enemies.
First, break free from the grappling arm and poke the belly boxing jaw with both palms
Confrontation between the enemy and ourselves (Figure 1-1). The enemy stepped forward and left and punched me in the head with his right; We immediately block the defense with a left imaginary step and a left forearm (Figure 1-2). The enemy’s left hand grabbed our left wrist and pulled back our left arm with a right step, while stepping up and right and pressing the outer elbow of our left elbow with his right hand to grab our left arm (Figs. 1-3). We immediately rotate our left arm inward, flex our left elbow vigorously, lift our left wrist up, and push the enemy’s left forearm forward with our right hand to defuse the enemy’s grappling (Figures 1-4). The enemy retreated to the right to change his footwork, and taking advantage of this opportunity, our left fist quickly changed palms and our right palm quickly poked forward and down to hit the enemy in the abdomen (Figures 1-5). Constantly moving upwards, while the enemy was hit in the abdomen and bending down and bowing his head, our side immediately moved forward with our right foot, made a left step with our legs, and at the same time changed our right palm into a fist and quickly slammed the enemy’s jaw with our right fist (Figures 1-6).
Second, break free and punch the head
The two sides face off (Figure 2-1). The enemy steps up to the left and attacks our head with his left fist; We immediately dodged to the right while blocking the defense with our left forearm (Figure 2-2). The enemy presses our left forearm with his left forearm, while swinging his right fist to the left side of our head; We immediately turned to the right, mounted our horses, and bent down to dodge the enemy’s right fist attack (Figs. 2-3). The enemy stepped up to the right behind us and wrapped his arms around his waist (Figs. 2-4). We immediately bend our knees slightly, lower our center of gravity, and slam backwards with our hips, while stepping forward and right and flexing our arms upwards and fists up to break free from the enemy’s arms (Figs. 2-5). Immediately afterwards, we quickly turned to the left and back, slammed our left arm, and struck the left ear root or left temple or left neck of the enemy with a left whip fist (Figures 2-6).
If the enemy holds our arms and waist from our front (Figure 2-7). Immediately, our knees were slightly bent, our bodies sank, and then we lifted up with our fists and arms, broke free from the enemy’s arms, and slammed the enemy’s jaw with both fists upwards (Figs. 2-8).
Third, the arm twists the waist whip boxing head
The two sides faced off (Figure 3-1). The enemy slides forward and closes, while striking us in the head with his right fist; We immediately turn to the left and dodge the enemy’s punches to the left, resting with our legs to the left while using our right forearm to block the defense (Fig. 3-2). Immediately afterwards, we quickly turn to the right while extending our left arm, then quickly twist to the left, slam our left arm, and slam the enemy’s left neck or left ear root with a left whip (Figure 3-3).
4. Wrist amputation arm boxing surface
The two sides faced off (Figure 4-1). The enemy slid forward and approached, hitting us in the abdomen with a right lunge and a right fist; We immediately retract our right foot slightly to the right, step with our legs in a horse, turn our body to the left to dodge the enemy’s right fist, and at the same time cut the enemy’s right wrist with our left palm down to intercept the enemy’s right fist (Fig. 4-2). Constantly moving upward, our left palm is turned downwards and the enemy’s right forearm is pulled outward to seal the enemy’s right fist, while slamming the enemy’s front with the right fist (Figure 4-3).
5. Amputate the wrists and punch the chest and abdomen
Confrontation between the enemy and ourselves (Figure 5-1). The enemy slides forward and closes, while attacking our chest with his right fist; We immediately retreated backwards to dodge with a left step, and while slashing down the enemy’s left wrist with our left palm in a false step to intercept the enemy’s right fist attack (Figure 5-2). Immediately afterwards, our right foot steps forward, both fists turn up at the same time, and attack the enemy at the same time with the left and right back fists, hitting the enemy chest with the right flip back and hitting the enemy in the abdomen with the left flip back fist (Figure 5-3).
Confrontation between the enemy and us (Figure 6-1). The enemy slid forward and approached, attacking our upper plate with the right push palm; Our left foot immediately steps back and turns about 45 degrees to the right to dodge the enemy’s right palm, while the right hand pulls back the enemy’s right wrist, and pushes the enemy’s right elbow with the left hand, forcing the enemy to lean forward (Figure 6-2). Immediately, we quickly twisted to the left, using the force of twisting our bodies with our hands into butterfly palms, and at the same time violently pushed the enemy in the chest and abdomen, knocking the enemy down (Figure 6-3).
7. Divide your palms into fists and cut your abdomen
The two sides faced off (Figure 7-1). The enemy takes a left lunge and attacks our head with a left punch; I turned slightly to the left and defended with my left wrist outward and upward (Figure 7-2). The enemy closes his left fist and slaps us in the face with his right finger; We close our left hand and block the enemy’s right forearm with our right forearm to defend (Figure 7-3). The enemy then attacked our head with twin peaks; We immediately bent our arms and blocked the defense with our palms outward (Figures 7-4). Immediately afterwards, our hands were folded in palms, and we slashed forward and downwards with our hands, knocking the enemy to the ground (Figs. 7-5).
8. Hook kick turn around and whip the head
Confrontation between the enemy and us (Figure 8-1). The enemy slides forward and closes, twisting to the left while striking our head with a right slash; We immediately retreated to the right, turned right, and sideways to avoid the enemy’s attack (Figure 8-2). We then quickly twisted to the left and kicked the enemy’s left ankle with a right hook, causing the enemy’s center of gravity to lose balance (8-3). Taking advantage of the enemy’s upper body to fall backwards, our right foot quickly landed on the ground, and immediately turned to the right and punched the enemy on the head with a right whip fist, knocking the enemy down (Figure 8-4).
9. Buckle shoulders, throw elbows, and push abdomen
Confrontation between the enemy and us (Figure 9-1). The enemy slid forward and approached, attacking our chest with a right push palm; We immediately use our right claw to forcefully pull back and down the enemy’s right wrist, forcing the enemy to lean forward, and then we quickly grab the enemy’s right collarbone or chest or collar with our left claw (Figure 9-2). Moving upward, we grab the enemy and pull him back, while twisting to the left and striking the enemy’s jaw forward and up with the right elbow (Figure 9-3). Then, while the enemy’s jaw was provoked and he leaned back, our right elbow sank to hit the enemy’s chest and heart; He then twisted to the right and sank into a horse stride, while striking the enemy in the abdomen with his left hand and knocking him to the ground (Figs. 9-4).
The two sides face off (Figure 10-1). The enemy moves his right foot forward a small step forward, his left foot takes a big step forward, and at the same time twists to the left and sweeps the left side of our head with his right elbow; We immediately retreated to the left to dodge, while picking up the enemy’s right elbow with our left elbow to defend (Figure 10-2). Immediately afterwards, our left forearm is straightened forward and hung downwards on the enemy’s right elbow arm, while we step forward and left and quickly twist to the left, sweeping the left ear root or temple or neck of the enemy’s head with the right elbow, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 10-3).