Collected and sorted out a set of traditional martial arts flip boxing against modern fighting leg fighting classic 13 moves, and shared it with you in two issues.
This is the first part.
Our left guard stands, and the enemy stands in a left fighting style; The two sides confront each other (Figure 1-1). The enemy kicks us in the abdomen with a left leg; Our upper body immediately moves back, dodges, and steps left with both legs in a false step, while smashing down the enemy’s left foot with our left elbow (Figures 1-2). The enemy’s left foot lands on the ground, and then sweeps our left rib with the right whip leg; We immediately turned to the left, smashed the enemy’s right ankle and shin with both forearms, and wrapped the enemy’s right calf to push it down and inward (Figure 1-3).
Then, while the enemy’s right leg did not hit the ground, our side quickly slid forward from the outside of the enemy’s right leg and approached, while protecting the head with the left hand and striking the enemy’s front with the right fist (Figures 1-4). Moving up, we quickly turn right, insert our left foot behind the enemy’s left leg, and at the same time knock the enemy down by punching the enemy’s right ear root or temple with his left fist (Figs. 1-5).
Our left guard stands, and the enemy stands in a left fighting style; The two sides confront each other (Figure 2-1). The enemy’s right foot steps forward and kicks the shin of our left calf with the left nail leg; Our side immediately turned to the right, closed the left leg and knelt down into a right riding dragon step, dodging the enemy’s left nail leg attack, while the left hand drooped the crotch; If you do not dodge, you can hook the enemy’s left ankle outward with your left hook (Figure 2-2). The enemy’s left leg attack missed and fell forward, and then swept the back of our head with a high right whip leg; We immediately got up, turned left while retreating our right leg to dodge, and quickly blocked the enemy’s right ankle with our left forearm (Fig. 2-3).
The enemy’s right foot was blocked and the attack was blocked, and then he stepped forward and kicked us in the abdomen with his left whip leg; Our right foot immediately retreated to the right to dodge, turned to the right, and slammed the enemy’s left ankle with the back of our left fist downwards (Figures 2-4). Immediately afterwards, taking advantage of the enemy’s left leg and the right leg independently supporting the body, our side quickly turned to the left and struck the enemy’s head with a right split fist, forcing the enemy to defend the upper plate; At the same time, the right leg is used to step on the inside of the knee of the enemy’s right leg (support leg), causing the enemy’s center of gravity to lose balance (Figures 2-5). Our side did not give the enemy a chance to kick off, and took advantage of the imbalance of the enemy’s center of gravity, stepped forward with the right foot, quickly stepped forward and left to get close, and at the same time slammed the enemy’s head with a straight left fist, knocking the enemy down (Figure 2-6).
Our left guard stands, and the enemy stands in a left fighting style; The two sides confront each other (Figure 3-1). The enemy kicks the outer knee of our left leg or the outer thigh muscle group of our left leg with a low right whip leg, while attacking our head with a right swing fist; We immediately retreat backwards and left to dodge with our left leg, while turning to the left and hanging our right forearm outward to block the enemy’s right ankle, while protecting our head with our left hand (Figure 3-2). The enemy stepped forward with his right foot, then twisted to the left and punched me in the head with a left swing; We immediately turn to the right and block the defense with our right forearm (Figures 3-3).
The enemy leaned forward, trying to put his arms around our left leg and perform the throwing technique; Our side followed the trend and slashed down the back of the enemy’s head with a right palm (Figs. 3-4). While the back of the enemy’s head was split and the upper body was thrown forward, our left foot spanned half a step to the left, and immediately twisted to the right and slammed the enemy’s jaw with a left fist upwards (Figures 3-5). Immediately after that, we step left into a left lunge, press the ground hard with our right leg, twist our waist hard to the left, and deliver a devastating blow to the enemy’s head with our right straight fist, knocking him down (Figs. 3-6).
We stand on the left gate, and the enemy wants to rush towards us (Figure 4-1). The enemy slides forward and attacks our head with a right swing fist; We immediately block the defense with our left arm outward (Figure 4-2). Immediately afterwards, our left arm slides forward along the enemy’s right arm, and smashes the enemy’s front with a left split; The enemy retreats to the right, turns left, and blocks the defense with his left forearm, at which point the enemy is in a back position, and the left rib is fully exposed (Figure 4-3). Taking advantage of this opportunity, we quickly stepped forward and right, with our legs in horse steps, and punched the enemy’s left rib with our right side (Figs. 4-4). Without stopping, we immediately turned to the right, leaned forward, and slammed the enemy’s front with a left fist to repel the enemy (Figures 4-5).
We stand on the left gate, and the enemy wants to rush towards us (Figure 5-1). The enemy kicks and kicks our head with a high right side; We immediately turned to the right and dodged, while stepping up to the right into a horse’s step, with our left arm mounted on defense and slamming the enemy’s chest and fossa with our right fist (Figure 5-2). The enemy quickly retracted his right leg, leaned back to dodge, and then attacked our crotch with his right hook; We immediately dodged with our right foot back, while blocking the enemy’s right leg with both hands downward and outward (Figure 5-3). Immediately afterwards, our right foot landed on the ground, quickly turned to the right, supported the ground with our right hand, and kicked the enemy with our left leg to knock the enemy back (Figure 5-4).
We stand on the left gate, and the enemy wants to rush towards us (Figure 6-1). Our side actively counterattacked, stepping forward with the right foot and approaching the left fist upwards, on the one hand, to defend the enemy’s upward attack, on the other hand, to distract the enemy, and our actual offensive move was to punch the enemy’s chin with a right fist (Figure 6-2). The enemy was hit, retreated backwards and fled; Our side is in hot pursuit, the left foot steps forward and up, the left riding dragon step, and quickly hit the enemy in the jaw again with the left fist; The enemy was hit and then retreated and fled; We quickly turned to the left, steadied our body with both hands, and hit the enemy’s crotch with a right-hook kick (Fig. 6-4).