Walking hand refers to a technique in which the attacker uses a sleek and small arc action to bypass the opponent’s defensive arm and attack targets at different levels such as the middle line, high side, and low with the cooperation of the opponent’s defensive hand with the other hand. When used, the manual movement is often completed synchronously with the help of the adjustment of the body and the center of gravity, with the cooperation of the back hand sealing beat. Due to the reversible random variation of the technique in the horizontal and vertical positions, it is often difficult for the opponent to defend.
1. Leakage from the outer door to the middle line of the inner door
When in contact with the opponent’s outer door bridger, with the cooperation of the protective hand slapping its contact arm, the bridgeman switches from the outer door to the opponent’s inner door centerline to strike in a straight line.
Friend and foe are hand in hand. I pushed closer, clapping my left hand into a clapping hand to control the opponent’s right hand. At the same time, the right hand hits the opponent’s throat with a marked finger from the outside to the inside. (Figure 3-28(1)(2)(3))
敵我橋手相接。 我推步近身，左手成拍手控制對方右手。 同時，右手轉換至對方左側，以鉤掌擊打對方面部。 （圖3-29（1）（2）（3））
敵我橋手相接。 我推步近身，左手成拍手控制對方. 同時，右手轉換至對方身體內側，以撩掌擊打對方襠部。 （圖3-30）