Stone lock is an examination item in the martial arts examination of the previous dynasties, mainly weightlifting. In the early days of the Qing Dynasty, a professional wrestling organization “Shanpu Camp” was established, and wrestlers practiced bows, knives and stones daily. Stones are stone locks and stone inkstones. In the middle of the Qing Dynasty, there were stone locks in the eight gears of the Ministry of Work, and the weight was reduced in order to facilitate the performance of difficult movements. The weight of the lock can vary from person to person (
Generally, the weight of crotch training is more than 20 kg, and the weight of training skills is less than 10 kg). In the early years of the Republic of China, Shen Yousan (Shen San), a famous Beijing wrestling artist, performed in Tianqiao, shape
It became a unique style. The wrestlers of the capital inherited and developed the stone lock and compiled a number of difficult movements, which were both practical and ornamental.
Essentials: There are many ways to practice stone locks, you need to have young skills, flexible waist and legs, full cooperation of hands, eyes and body steps, accurate hands, fast eyes, flexible body, changeable methods, and brisk steps
Sensitive. There are many ways to practice stone locks, including anti-flower, positive flower, crotch pulling, horse tricking, top lifting, cross elbow, waist string, brain sword, etc., the introduction is as follows.
Lock in front of the body, shake the wrist so that the lock does not fall vertically, and remains upright (Figure 447).
The lock is rotated and the left hand is engaged (Figure 448).
Turn the left hand upright and lock with the right hand (Figure 449).
5. Anti-flower strings
Stand with your legs slightly bent and hold the lock in your right hand (Figure 450).
The right hand throws the lock back from the side of the body (Figure 451).
Turn the lock from the back to the front of the body, and connect it with the right hand. It can be done in one week or two weeks (Figure 452).
It can also be thrown with the right hand and connected with the left hand, and the stone lock should be run inward, and the handle in front of the body should be inward to facilitate the grasping (Figure 453).
6. Straight turn
The legs are slightly bent and the right hand is locked to the side of the body (Figure 454).
Throw the lock in front of you with your right hand (Figure 455).
After throwing out, run the lock upright in front of you (Figure 456).
Pick the lock with your left hand and throw it continuously (Figure 457).
7. Pull out your crotch
The legs are opened into a horse stride, and the right hand holds the lock (Figure 458).
The center of gravity shifts to the left leg (Figure 459).
The right leg is raised (Figure 460).
The lock is flipped from the bottom of the right leg into the crotch, and then grasp the handle with the right hand (Figure 461).
8. Scam horses
The legs are slightly flexed, and the right hand is held flat on the side of the lock (Fig. 462).
Shift the center of gravity to the right and want to lift the left leg (Figure 463).
The right hand throws the lock out from under the left leg (Figure 464).
Then use your right hand to connect the lock (Figure 465).
The feet are open, shoulder-width apart, and the left hand is locked at the side of the body (Figure 466).
Throw the lock up, face the façade onto the forearm, and stand firmly (Figure 467).
The feet are open, shoulder-width apart, and the right hand is locked at the side of the body (Figure 468).
Throw the lock up with your right hand, and stand firmly on your elbow with the façade standing firmly (Fig. 469).
11. Lift the top
The lock is held in the right hand and the upper body is bent forward (Figure 470).
Throw the lock with your right hand (Figure 471).
Lock above the head (Figure 472).
Step forward with your right leg, squat down into a lunge, and stand straight with your right hand holding the small face of the lock (Fig. 473).
12. Brain sword
Standing upright and slightly bent, feet shoulder-width apart, holding the lock in your right hand and throwing it upwards (Figure 474).
Use the head to hold the facet of the lock firmly (Figure 475).