Teaching / Yin Changsong finishing / Liu Yijun
1. Introduction to the Shaolin Bench Technique of the Southern School:
Stools, commonly known as “benches” and “benches”, are used as furniture in the vast villages and towns. As a kind of martial arts equipment, its practice method is spread in the southern provinces, cities, towns and villages.
In Shaoyang and Loudi areas in Hunan, Nanquan, short sticks (Qimei sticks), steel knives, and benches are called the “Four Treasures of Housekeeping”.
The main steps of the stool technique are: horse stance, lunge stance, inverted lunge stance, kneeling stance, small step, leap (jump) step, virtual stance, etc.; the main techniques of stool technique are: rushing, smashing, twisting, sweeping ), blocking (hanging), pressing, dragging, racking, hiding, picking, wrapping the head, wrapping the brain, etc.
The Southern School Shaolin Stool Routine fully embodies the characteristics of Shaolin Kungfu that is straight-forward, strong and powerful, and outstanding in attacking skills.
Since this routine includes the Jin method, Nan Gong method and Dao method of Nanquan, practitioners are required to practice on the basis of Nanquan, short stick and single sword.
2. (Southern School) Bench Score
Three, decomposition action description:
1. Boxing salute: place the stool in front of the performer. The practitioners stand side by side, look straight ahead (Picture 1), step up and sit on the bench, and perform a boxing salute with the left palm and the right fist (Picture 2).
2. Left and right lunges wrapped around the head and head: Press the upper pose, stand up and hold the stool with both hands (Figure 3), turn left to perform a left lunge, and sweep out the stool from the left side with the head wrapped around the head (Figure 4, the front of Figure 4), tight Then turn right into a right lunge wrapped around the brain stool (Figure 5). Look forward slightly.
3. Ding step Tibetan stool: Retract the left foot, form a left Ding step, squat down with the right foot bent, put the stool on the right side of the body with both hands, and look forward (Figure 6).
4. Lunge to the bench: lunge on the left, and slant the bench with both hands, reaching the head of the left bench (Figure 7).
5. Smashing the stool with a horse step: Take a right step, turn left into a horse stance, circle the stool clockwise, then smash the stool down, hit the ground, and look down (Figure 8, front of Figure 8).
6. Jumping and lunging to the bench: Lift the bench with both hands, jump forward (Figure 9), and after falling, form a right lunge to rush to the bench (Figure 10, front of Figure 10), reaching the head of the bench.
7. Kneeling on the left and stepping on the bench on the right (hanging the plaque on the left): Retreat the right foot and step on the bench on the right (Figure 11), reaching the same side of the bench.
8. Right kneeling step and left blocking stool (right hanging plaque): Immediately move up, step back with left foot, turn left, kneel down with right leg to form right kneeling step, at the same time rotate both hands 90 degrees counterclockwise, hold stool with both hands to left body Side bar stool (Figure 12).
9. Go up the lunge and pick up the punching bench: Get up and raise your left knee, step up and lift up sideways, turn the bench clockwise, and drop your left foot into the left lunge slanting punching bench.
10. Stepping back on the bench: Step back with the left foot into a horse stance, raise the bench with both hands, and look upwards (Figure 14).
11. Upper left lunge and sweep the bench (left squeeze): Sweep the bench on the left lunge and flatten the rib, with the potential to squeeze sideways (Figure 15).
12. Sweep the bench on the right lunge (squeeze right): keep moving up, lunge on the right side and sweep the bench, forming a sideways squeezing position (Figure 16).
13. Right inverted lunge and twisted stool: Step back with your right foot, and the stool is twisted on the right side of the stance (Fig. 17). The twister, turn around, switch front and back, and the left and right are mutually generated.
14. Left inverted lunge and twisted stool: Immediately after moving up, withdraw your left foot, and the stool is twisted on the left side of the stance (Figure 18), and the two poses must be connected.
15. Right inverted lunge and bench: Immediately after moving up, turn to the right side to form a right inverted lunge, and rush to the bench when reaching behind the right side (Figure 19).
16. Left and right head wrapped around the head: This position is similar to Action 2, the former is a fixed step, and the left and right changes. The direction of this pose is forward and backward, and at the same time, this movement is one step at a time. First turn left, step up and right to get up the stool, left up and right down (Figure 20), and then continue to rotate to the left side, wrapping around the stool at the same time, becoming lower left and upper right ( Figure 21, Figure 22), then the left foot is withdrawn and the left lunge is placed on the bench, and it becomes upper left and lower right (Figure 23). Move up without stopping, then turn to the right to wrap the left foot on the head bench, change to upper right left lower (Figure 24), continue to turn right to become upper left and lower right (Figure 25), and then step back with the right foot into a right inverted lunge Place a stool and change it to upper right and lower left (Figure 26). This stool method is to rotate one circle counterclockwise (head wrapping method), and then rotate one circle clockwise (brain wrapping method).
17. Left inverted lunge dragging stool: The center of gravity is moved back to form a left inverted lunge. The stool follows the trend into a dragging stool style, and the strength is contained in the stool body (Figure 27).
18. Upward lunges and sweeping benches: keep the upward posture, the upper right lunges are changed from dragging benches to sweeping benches, sweeping across the waist (Figure 28), and leaning down with strength.
19. Horse stance pressing the stool: keep moving up, turn left and press down the bench in a horse stance (front view of Figure 29). During the exercise, it is the back, this picture is the front view, and the eye looks at the lower right side.
20. Stepping on a bench: stand up and hold the bench in front of your chest with both hands, and your feet are solid on the right and left on the left. It is the back during the drill, and this picture is the front.
21. Left and right lunges wrapped around the head and head wrapped around the head stool – 38. Horse step pressing the stool (same action 2-action 19), but the action is one go and one back, the direction is completely opposite.
22. Stepping on the bench: Connecting to the above-mentioned pose, after pressing the bench with a horse step, retract the left foot and step with the right foot together, and raise the bench with both hands at the same time (Figure 31).
23. Retracting style: Immediately following the upper style, place the stool in front of you with both hands. Then stand upright and perform a fist salute with both hands (Figure 32). The demo is over.