Tiger out of the hole: (see photo)
Lie prone on the ground, fingers and toes propped together, body suspended in the air. Circular motion, zigzagging and undulating, with the waist as the axis, taking a rounded route, not focusing on a certain point, but evenly distributing the whole at the same time. This has laid a good foundation for the application of “everywhere and on the verge of trigger” in the rapidly changing actual combat. Do it thirty-six times in a row, without stopping.
Blue Dragon into the Sea: (see photo)
Ordinary popularity rises and falls, the lower plate has no roots, the enemy is weak in battle, the heart trembles in chaos, and the old legs weaken first. If you practice, nail the forefoot of your feet to the ground, squat your body soothingly, and pay attention to the tightness changes between muscles. The waist and kidneys are strong, the rise and fall are sensitive, there is no tremors when fighting, the footwork is fast, the feet are fast, and the battle is not tired for a long time. Do thirty-six in a row, without stopping in between.
Description: The Dragon and Tiger style is simple and easy, the effect is amazing, and you can achieve the ability to break a wooden stick (see picture) and kick several red bricks (see picture) after one week of practice. However, it is best to have a teacher to give guidance, and it is not advisable to experiment recklessly.