Nanquan is a famous school of Chinese martial arts, known for its strict offensive and defensive techniques and fierce fists. Its moves are fierce, simple and practical, going straight to the heart of the enemy’s center line, attacking continuously until it is completely crushed.
The representative offensive and defensive combination practical combat techniques in 3 groups of southern boxing are sorted out and shared with you.
First, the offensive and defensive moves to deal with the boxing method
Confrontation between the enemy and ourselves (Figure 1). The enemy steps up to the right and attacks our face with a straight right fist; We immediately turn to the right and at the same time block the enemy’s right fist with our left arm (Figure 2).
Hidden in this defensive move is a counterattack move with a series of killings. When we block the enemy’s right arm with our left arm, our left arm is straight and our left palm is separated by five fingers. In actual combat, after sealing the enemy’s right fist, our side can lean forward, slide the left arm forward along the enemy’s right arm, and grab the enemy’s front with our left claw or poke the enemy’s eyes with our palm fingers.
When the enemy continued to attack our head with a straight left fist, we continued to block the enemy’s left fist with our right arm (Figure 3). At this point, we can attack the enemy’s side or the enemy’s eyes with our right claw, as described above. Then poke the enemy’s throat with the left palm finger (Figure 4), or you can directly attack the enemy’s throat with the left palm.
When the enemy’s eyes or throat are attacked, the movement is bound to be slow. We took advantage of this opportunity to hit the enemy’s heart with a right-hand punch (Figure 5). The fossa is located in the median depression under the xiphoid process of the sternum, where numerous nerve endings are distributed. The enemy’s heart nest was hit hard by this punch from our side, and the combat effectiveness was basically lost. Our side took advantage of the victory and pursued, quickly flexing the right arm, then slamming the right fist up to the right, and striking the right back fist on the right side of the enemy’s head or the key point of the temple in order to completely knock out the enemy (Figure 6).
Second, the offensive and defensive moves to deal with the leg method
Confrontation between the enemy and us (Figure 7). The enemy strikes us in the lower abdomen with a right leg kick; In the face of the enemy’s trick, our side will immediately slide to the right and turn sideways, while using the left palm to slap down the enemy’s left instep or left ankle to defuse the enemy’s bullet leg attack; At this point, we raised our right fist to charge up and prepare for the next counterattack (Figure 8).
Immediately following the upward movement, we quickly swung our right fist to the left and down, using the fist wheel as the point of force, and slammed the inside of the shin of the enemy’s left calf (Figure 9). There are many nerve endings and acupuncture points distributed on the inside of the shin bone of the calf, and the shin bone flesh of the calf is less and thin, and it is often sore and numb after being hit. Therefore, we took advantage of the attack on the inside of the shin of the enemy’s left calf and shifted their attention downward, and quickly attacked the enemy’s upper plate. Therefore, at this point, we immediately step up and right close, swing our right arm quickly to the right and upward, and slam the weak triangle of the enemy’s face with a right-flip back fist (Figure 10). This punch will knock the opponent to a nosebleed and blurred eyes.
After the enemy is attacked by our right-flip back fist in Figure 10, the head and upper body must be thrown back, and the enemy’s center line is completely exposed in front of us. Taking advantage of this opportunity, our side immediately changed our attack to the enemy’s middle plate, and our right fist changed palms, and quickly slashed the enemy’s abdomen from top to bottom and forward with the outer edge of the right palm as the power point (Figure 11). Taking advantage of the enemy’s blow in the abdomen and bending down and bowing his head, our side, without giving the enemy any respite, quickly raised the right elbow upwards, and slammed the enemy’s jaw with the right reverse elbow upwards, completely defeating the enemy (Fig. 12).
Third, the offensive and defensive moves of the knife holding the law
The enemy confronts us with a dagger in his right hand (Figure 13). The enemy stepped up to the right and stabbed us straight in the abdomen with a knife; We immediately retreated to the left and turned left to dodge the enemy’s blade, while slashing the enemy’s right wrist outward with our left palm to block the enemy’s attack, and slamming the enemy’s throat with our right index finger (Figure 14). The throat is distributed with esophagus and trachea and is so soft that the enemy must throw his head back from the pain, and his jaw is fully exposed to us.
Taking advantage of this opportunity, we immediately withdrew our right palm, and at the same time the right palm quickly changed into a fist, and quickly used the fist eye as a force point to slam the enemy’s jaw from the bottom up (Figure 15). After the enemy’s throat and jaw are hit hard by our side, most of them will begin to blur consciousness and slow reaction; At the same time, when hit, the upper body and head will be thrown back, and the chest and abdomen will be exposed. Taking advantage of this opportunity, our right fist immediately changed palms and struck the enemy in the abdomen from top to bottom and forward with the outer edge of the palm (Fig. 16). Taking advantage of the enemy’s abdomen being hit and bending down and bowing his head, our right arm recoiled the back of the enemy’s neck, grabbed the enemy’s right shoulder with both hands, pressed the enemy’s shoulder and neck down with both hands at the same time, and at the same time raised the right knee to continuously and violently hit the enemy’s face or chest until the enemy was completely crushed (Fig. 17).