North leg of Shaolin juelie leg 39 Flapping wings
This leg method is specially used to attack the enemy’s legs with his lower cheek in the air. It is named because its attack momentum is like a big eagle attacking food and its posture is fierce.
In actual combat, we often encounter some well-trained martial artists who take a very low posture and make a posture called “portal” for me to attack. (Figure 114)
When I was at a moderate combat distance, I suddenly approached and lifted my left (right) leg to protect my middle plate neutral and deliberately exposed the lower plate neutral. (Figure 115)
Keep moving up, immediately take off with the right (left) foot, go straight to the neutral position of the enemy’s hanging wall, and attack the enemy’s lower cheek with the momentum of rapid advance and the explosive force of the knee. (116)
(1) Lift your knees one after another, protect your chest, take off high and attack your knees quickly.
(2) This action should have a large forward momentum, the momentum of the action should be sufficient, and the impact of the knee should have explosive force.
[key points of actual combat]
(1) Low posture enemy, attack boldly
For the enemy with low posture, slow movement, stable pile lowering and little attack and change, you can boldly use this knee stroke method.
(2) Accurate and vicious, attack people with your knees
The target of this leg attack is the lower cheek of the face. At the moment, it is necessary to attack this part accurately with extremely rapid action, and attack people with knees, mainly to lengthen the attack distance. The so-called vicious means that we should prepare the continuous fist and foot attack method of the enemy such as dodging.
(3) Turn over to fight back and dodge
Low posture portals often have various means of turning, splitting and turning In a bold and impending operation, we should pay attention to the enemy’s turning attack. We should not panic and then retreat and dodge. This will strengthen the enemy’s potential for counterattack. When the enemy is about to turn over, we should hit the empty space on the enemy’s back.
North leg of Shaolin juelie leg 40 The angry lion ran wildly
This leg method is the middle cross leg method of continuously using knee attack to attack the enemy’s chest, rib, lower abdomen and gear. It is named for its continuous movement, which makes it rush forward like a lion’s prey. It is a method for continuous knee attack.
Set the enemy to attack me directly with his fist. I dodge slightly and only lean back with my body method. The enemy continued to pounce. (Figure 117)
Bear tightly and move up. I hit the enemy’s right (left) rib with my left (right) knee and hit the enemy’s hanging wall with the above fist. (Figure 118)
The enemy dodged quickly to avoid the impact of our left (right) knee. He dodged left (right) with a rotating body. (Figure 119)
Close bearing and moving up, I succeeded by boxing the enemy’s face, rushing to hit the enemy’s left (right) rib with my right (left) knee and then hitting the enemy’s left (right) rib. (Figure 120)
(1) While avoiding the enemy with the upper body, hit the knee, and hit the upper fist on the enemy’s face at the same time.
(2) Two knees alternately, almost at the same time, without hesitation, in case the opportunity is lost.
[key points of actual combat]
(1) Lead the enemy, lure the enemy, and hit the knee
We must lead the enemy into the attack. After we have made an effective dodge in the hanging wall, we can carry out continuous knee impact. If we are led but not empty and are hit by the enemy, there is no knee attack. On the contrary, if the enemy is not lured to attack, the distance between knee and door is short, so it is difficult to carry out knee attack.
(2) Continuous knee bump, key jump
In order to obtain the effect of continuous knee impact, we must jump continuously, so as to obtain the accurate hit of knee impact and increase the combat distance of collision, but the upper cover is also essential. Otherwise, we may be attacked in the upper part first and affect the continuous knee attack.