Pile gong is also called pile driving, all types of martial arts are pile driving, wrestling is used to practice fall resistance and wrestling power, often practice pile skills, but also enhance the overall explosive power. The pile is divided into a live pile and a dead pile, and the bottom of the live pile is fixed with a stone plate (old rice inkstone), and it is practiced and shaken left and right back and forth; Dead piles are planted in the ground with little activity. There are also those who practice pile exercises with trees.
In the early years, pile training mainly practiced arms and hands. The Beijing wrestling world is used to practice tripping, and can practice technical movements such as hooking, pinning, cutting, kicking, and leaning, with good results.
Essentials: When driving piles, use the ulna or radius to hit the pile body, and be instantly nervous when impacting, and beware of injury.
It is 2.5 meters high and 25 centimeters thick. Planted 50 cm underground. Iron pipes can be used as the trunk, filled with brown or soft objects, and a leather cover can be installed (Fig. 537).
Spread your legs into a horse step, turn 90° to the left, press your right foot outside, and drive a pile on the outside of your right arm (Fig. 538).
Raise your right leg and lean your side against the pile (Figure 539).
2. Clamp ribs
With both legs open, the right leg steps forward and the right hand raised (Figure 540).
The right arm clamps the pile and hits it hard, the right hand is raised, and the inside of the right leg, ribs, shoulders, and arms are attached to the pile body (Fig. 541).
Open your legs. Piling on the inside of the right arm (Figure 542).
Shake the pile with the right hand, step up with the left foot, cut the pile with the right leg, and press the legs, hips, chest, shoulders, and arms against the pile and press down to the side (Fig. 543).
4. Three-point kick
Open both legs, pile on the outside of the right arm, and walk the right leg to the front of the left foot (Figure 544).
Step up with the left leg, form a lunge, and pile on the inside of the right arm (Figure 545).
Raise the right leg to kick the pile and drive the pile on the inside of the left arm (Figure 546).
After the right foot hits the ground, step up with the left leg forward and the outside of the left arm to pile (Figure 547).
The right leg is arched, the left leg is straight, and the left arm is staked on the inside of the left arm (Figure 548).
Move the center of gravity to the right leg, lift the left leg to kick the pile, and drive the pile on the inside of the right arm (Figure 549).
Spread your legs and hold the pile with both hands (Figure 550).
Turn the left leg back 1800, raise the right leg back and up, straighten the left leg, and turn the face with the left hand behind the pile (Figure 551).