Martial arts proverb says: “A hundred fights are broken, one fast is not broken, and one is hard and not broken.” “Fast and hard are two important factors that determine the outcome of a fight, so pay special attention to the hardness of the hitting area when doing basic exercises.
It should be noted that beginners can wrap the tree pole with a soft cloth and hit from light to reuse palms, fists, arms, feet, knees and other parts.
1. Cut tree poles diagonally
The tree pole can be cut obliquely with the palm (Figure 1), and the tree pole can also be cut by palm methods such as horizontal pushing, flat cutting palm, and lower palm to improve the hardness of the outer edge of the palm and the root of the palm.
Second, the forearm hits the tree pole
Use the inner and outer sides of the forearm to grid, block, hang, and hit the tree rod to enhance the hardness of the forearm’s impact (Figure 2).
Third, elbow crossing
Hit the tree bar with elbow strikes such as anterior, side, and back to improve the stiffness of the elbow joint (Figure 3).
Fourth, hook and kick the tree pole
Kick the tree rod with a hook to improve the hardness of the blow on the surface of the foot, arch of the foot, ankle joint, etc. (Figure 4).
5. Forward pedal tree pole
Kick the tree pole with the foot pedal to improve the hardness and endurance of the soles and heels (Figure 5).
6. Kick the tree pole sideways
Kick the tree rod with the side of the foot to improve the hardness of the ball of the foot and the outer edge of the sole of the foot (Figure 6).
7. Side bounce kicks tree poles
Kick the tree bar with the side of the foot to enhance the hardness and endurance of the foot surface, arch, and ankle joint (Figure 7).
8. Knee top tree pole
Hitting the tree rod with the knee top mainly improves the hardness and bearing force of the knee and knee surface (Figure 8).