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Routine moves of Shaolin boy kungfu

Introduction to Shaolin boy skill

Chinese Wushu is broad, profound and rich in content. There are boxing, instruments, qigong, lightness skill, hard Qigong and other skills. It is common for people to perform routine skills such as boxing or Sabre and sword, while those mysterious legendary skills are rarely known. Shaolin boy skill is one of the most vivid skills in Chinese Kung Fu.

As for the martial arts of Shaolin Temple, due to the influence of the traditional patriarchal clan system, the successive dynasties have adhered to the purpose of “not passing on the secret collection”. As a result, many unique skills are only spread among the martial monks in the temple and rarely enter the society. The world knows very little about this.

The unique skills of Shaolin temple include Qigong, lightness skill, acupoint pointing skill, boy skill, golden bell jar, iron cloth shirt, iron head skill, etc. Tongzi skill is the oldest skill in Shaolin Temple, and it is also the essence of Shaolin Kung Fu. It is regarded as the treasure of the temple. It is very difficult to practice this kind of skill. It starts from a boy. After practicing, all parts of the body will be as soft as cotton, as light as swallow, and as hard as iron. Even in old age, you can get the effect of being hale and hearty. The practice of this skill should be carried out step by step according to the physical conditions. You must not be too eager for success.

Shaolin boy skill action name: Double pulling tendon, golden turtle exploring the way, Golden Rooster eating rice, single pulling tendon, crossing the river with a reed, lying fish, Arhat sleeping, Buddha boy guiding the way, welcoming the Buddha to heaven, lazy monk worshipping the Buddha, worshipping the Buddha upside down, Arhat watching the array, green dragon pan nest, two dragons playing with the Pearl, kneeling elbow hanging and pedaling toward the sky.

1、 Double pulling bar

Double pulling tendons, commonly known as “holding Buddha’s feet”, is a traditional method used by Shaolin monks to train. Its function is to stretch the posterior ligaments and meridians of the human body, such as the ligaments of the hip, knee and ankle, the muscles of the back and legs, and the dorsal governor vessels. Long-term adherence to this skill training can make people vigorous, energetic, flexible and fast.

Before practicing, it is required to calm down, take a deep breath, and then slowly stretch so that the abdomen, chest and face are completely attached to the legs, breathe naturally for nine times, and then finish the exercise. This skill can be divided into standing posture and sitting posture. The practice time and breathing method are the same. It should be noted that the practice of this skill should be carried out step by step according to your own conditions and according to your ability. You must not be too eager for success and pull hard to avoid muscle injury.

1. keep your body straight, put your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha.”. (Figure 1)

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2. cross your fingers, support your palms, collect your stomach and lift your breath, and stand firmly on your feet. (Figure 2)

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3. lean forward, put your hands together, draw your neck and jaw, stretch your waist and pull out tendons. (Figure 3)

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4. hold your legs with both hands, keep your face close to your calves, keep your feet steady, and keep your knees straight. (Figure 4)

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5. release your hands, stretch them out, look up at your hands and breathe deeply. (Figure 5)

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6. sit cross legged with your hands together, adjust your breathing and eliminate distractions. (Figure 6)

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7. push and stretch the left foot, buckle the sole of the foot, cut the palm of the left hand, turn the waist and send the shoulder. (Figure 7)

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8. push and stretch the right foot, which is aligned with the left, and insert the palm with the right hand, which is intended for luck. (Figure 8)

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9. sit with your upper body straight, your hands close to your abdomen, calm your mind into the air, and adjust your breathing. (Figure 9)

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10. stretch your arms, tilt your upper body forward, draw your neck and jaw, stretch your waist and pull out tendons. (Figure 10)

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11. hold your feet with your hands, face close to your calves, breathe deeply and long. Shaolin boy holds his feet with both hands. (Figure 11)

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12. sit cross legged, stretch your arms, exhale and relax your bones and tendons. (Figure 12)

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13. sit cross legged, put your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha.”. (Figure 13)

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2、 Golden turtle exploring the way

Golden turtle Pathfinder is a flexible static exercise method for practicing ankle, wrist and cervical spine. It is required to stand in a straight line with the tips of both feet turned outward, bend the knees and squat down, cross the fingers of both hands, press the palms on the ground, straighten the arms, and sink the shoulders as far as possible, then turn the head, up, down, left and right, and walk slowly. The breathing is required to be deep, long and slow, and the Qi sinks into the Dantian. This skill can not only practice joint flexibility, but also clear the brain, reduce blood pressure, prevent and treat cervical or lumbar diseases.

1. stand upright, put your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha Buddha”. (Figure 14)

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2. keep your legs straight, your upper body forward, your hands together, and worship the Buddha on the ground. (Figure 15)

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3. turn your feet outward, keep your heels opposite, and bend your knees to squat. (figures 16 and 17)

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4. cross your fingers, press your palms on the ground, raise your head and neck, and turn your eyes up. (Figure 18)

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5. retract jaw and lower head, and adjust breathing. (Figure 19)

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6. hold your hands on the ground, stretch your chest and waist, look left and right, and go back and forth for many times. (Figure 20, figure 21)

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7. look down, look up, go up and down, and go back and forth many times. (Figure 22, figure 23)

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8. stand up and stretch your arms. (Figure 24)

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9. keep your hands close to your abdomen and adjust your breathing. (Figure 25)

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10. stand upright with your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha.”. (Figure 26)

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3、 Golden Rooster eats rice

Put your hands behind your feet, squat down on your legs, bend your upper body forward, and try to probe as far as possible. This skill requires high flexibility and is difficult. The breathing shall be deep and long, with three exhalations, three inhalations and three adjustments. The nine sections of breathing are a practice process. The main purpose of this skill is to gather local Qi to strengthen the waist and kidney.

1. keep your body straight, put your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha.”. (Figure 27)

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2. open your feet, stretch your arms, breathe deeply and long, and get lucky. (Figure 28)

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3. withdraw your left foot, stand side by side, bend your elbows and put your palms in your ribs. (Figure 29)

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4. tilt your upper body forward, insert your palms with the palms upward, and look at the tips of your palms. (Figure 30)

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5. stretch out your arms, keep your abdomen in and your chest out. (Figure 31)

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6. keep your feet apart, your legs straight, your upper body bent forward, your hands together, and worship the Buddha on the ground. (Figure 32)

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7. bend your knees and squat down, bend your upper body forward, pull your neck down, touch your lips to the ground, and eat rice. (Figure 33)

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8. stand up, stretch your arms, hold your palms upward, and hold your chest out. (Figure 34)

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9. keep your body straight, your hands together, calm your mind into the air, and silently chant “Amitabha.”. (Figure 35)

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