Stone burden, also known as stone inkstone, double stone, five-flowered flying stone, is a kind of bow, knife and stone in the martial arts test of the past dynasties. The wrestling community in Beijing inherited and developed the stone burden
Exercises, used to practice strength and technique. Break through the four doors to increase arm strength, waist string, arm flower into the waist swing arm and other movements.
The stone basseer is composed of two cobblestone inkstones of equal weight, connected by a round wooden stick in the middle, holding the round stick in both hands and practicing various movements. There are more than a dozen training methods, heavy training
Strength, small weight training skills, there are stacked people, grinding. The introduction is as follows.
Stone Burden (Double Stone)
Made of stone or aluminum alloy. Large weight up to 50 kg, build strength. Small weight 10 kg, practice skills (Figure 506).
1. Break in
Open your legs and run to the right with your hands clasped to the right. Left hand support and right hand push (Figure 507).
Break further to the left (Figure 508).
Step up with your right leg sideways with your feet parallel (Figure 509).
Turn the body 1800, into a small drill, right hand in front, left hand in the back to hold the burden to the front of the body (Figure 510).
Stand up and step right (Figure 511).
Then raise the stone burden parallel to the right foot with the left foot (Fig. 512).
Place the stone basidiom on the upper left arm and turn the bassal back with your head down (Figure 513).
Turn the bassepod under the left rib and the upper body to the right (Figure 514).
Bend your head and turn the burden with your left hand (Figure 515).
The right hand picks up the burden (Figure 516).
3. Waist string
Turn left with your legs open, holding the burden in both hands (Figure 517).
Turn the bastion backward from the left lumbar rib (Figure 518).
Lift your left elbow and bring the burden to your back (Figure 519).
The burden turns around behind the back (Figure 520).
Place the burden in front of you and turn it repeatedly (Figure 521).
4. Neck string
Place the burden on your chest with both hands and push your right hand to the left (Figure 522).
Turn the burden with both shoulders (Figure 523).
Soft waist and shoulder swing (Figure 524).
Turn the burden behind the shoulder (Figure 525).
Then turn the bastion in front of the body and rotate continuously without pushing it by hand (Figure 526).
5. Grind your back
Place the basidiom on the left arm (Figure 527).
Turn backwards and bow your head (Figure 528).
Transfer the burden to your back (Figure 529).
The bastion is turned on the back (Figure 530).
The bastion rotates continuously on the back (Figure 531).
The burden can be transferred on the back for more than 5 weeks (Figure 532).
6. Hang flowers on your chest
Place the bastion on the back (Figure 533).
Turn from the back to the right to the shoulder (Figure 534).
Turn the bastakes to the chest (Figure 535).
Turn the burden from the chest up, head back, preferably without the handle of the burden touching the face, and turn it several times in a row (Figure 536).