Close body quick wrestling is a close-range quick throw technique between long-distance kicking and close-range punching, using techniques such as hitting, squeezing, and leaning in traditional Chinese martial arts. In actual combat, the instant force after contact with the opponent can throw the opponent out of the square like an electric shock. It has a very strong combat value.
Sorted out a set of ancient Shaolin fighting beating and squeezing close to the body quick throwing moves, and shared them with you in two issues.
In the following icons, the person in red is us, and the person in black is the enemy.
1. Pulling onions in dry land
Neither the enemy nor us handed over their hands in a guarded position on the right. When handing hands, the center of gravity of the body is on the back foot, including the chest and abdomen, focusing on the silence, looking at the shoulders of the other party, and sweeping the afterglow (Figure 1). Our right hand quickly grasps the enemy’s right wrist, and at the same time quickly inserts the left leg behind the enemy’s legs to trip them, diving down close to the enemy’s right chest and abdomen, and grasping the outside of the enemy’s left thigh with the left hand (Figure 2). We rotate our bodies to the left and back, squeezing our shoulders and hips to throw the enemy out (Figure 3).
Second, hang the golden bell upside down
Both the enemy and we are on guard in the right hand (Figure 4). We quickly grabbed the enemy’s right wrist with our left hand, then stepped forward and right between the enemy’s legs, while the upper body dived under the enemy’s right armpit and grabbed the back of the enemy’s left thigh with our right hand (Figure 5). Immediately afterwards, our body rotates to the right and back, throwing the enemy out (Figure 6).
3. Shoulder arm hook foot (1)
Both the enemy and we are on guard in the right form (Figure 7). We slide our feet forward and stumble our right foot from the inside to the enemy’s right foot, while grabbing the enemy’s right wrist with our left hand and pulling it back, controlling the enemy’s right arm in a sidecar position (Figure 8). Immediately, we quickly turned sharply to the right and back, and when our hands and feet joined forces, we instantly exerted force to throw the enemy out (Figure 9).
4. Shoulder arm hook foot (2)
Both the enemy and we are on guard in the right hand (Figure 10). Our upper left leg tripped the enemy’s right leg from the rear of the enemy, while grasping the enemy’s right wrist with the right hand and forming a sidecar with the left arm (Figure 11). We then turned to the left and backward and threw the enemy down with a cross force (Figure 12).
Fifth, fight shoulder to shoulder
Both the enemy and our enemies are on guard in the right form (Figure 13). We grasp the enemy’s right wrist with our right hand, while quickly controlling the enemy’s right leg from behind the enemy with our left leg and the enemy’s right shoulder joint from under their right armpit with our left arm (Fig. 14). Then our body rotates slightly backwards to make a false force; Immediately afterwards, our body instantly rotates forward and down, and strikes the enemy’s right arm with the force of the left shoulder and leaning, causing the enemy to wrestling forward (Figure 15).
6. Wipe your eyebrows
Guarded by both the enemy and us (Figure 16). With our right hand, we grab the enemy’s right wrist and pull downward, while the upper left leg is behind the enemy to trip the enemy’s right leg, and then sweep the enemy’s brow bone with the palm of the left hand (Fig. 17). Then our right hand was raised, and our left hand then slammed down on the enemy’s forehead, knocking the enemy to the ground (Fig. 18).