(1) Dantian platoon
1. Naturally stand with your feet together and relax your whole body (Figure 105).
2. Take a step horizontally with your left foot to the left, slightly wider than your shoulders, and jump into a horse step pile with your knees bent. With both palms down, press the qi on the dantian. Exhale by mouth (Figure 106).
3. Turn your palms into fists and turn your fists abruptly, flexing your arms and lifting up. Fist inward, high at shoulder level, while inhaling through the nose and matching the foot extension movement (stomping) of both feet (Figure 107).
4. Change your fists and slash down with your palms down to slash at the dantian of your lower abdomen, while making a tiger roar “hey”, tightening your anus, qi coming out from the gods, and bulging your belly to resist the blows of your palms (Fig. 108).
5. After 49 strokes like this, stand with your left foot together with your left foot, press your palms on the dantian with your palms overlapped, and knead your abdomen (Fig. 109).
First start with the dantian, then gradually spread to the four sides to the whole abdomen, then change the palm side to the fist row, and finally it is easy to fight in the boxing wheel until there is no pain in hitting any part of the abdomen with a punch.
(2) Rib platoon
1. Stand with your feet together naturally, your arms naturally droop, your hands on the outside of your legs, and relax your whole body. Look straight ahead (Figure 110).
2. Open the left foot horizontally, slightly wider than the shoulder, squat down on the knees into a horse step pile, press the palms downward on the dantian, and exhale by mouth (Fig. 111).
3. Change your palms into fists and bend your arms upwards, with the fists inward, high at shoulder level, and then extend your fists flat to the sides, while inhaling through your nose and raising your eyebrows (Fig. 112).
4。 The two fists suddenly retracted into the ribs, and combined with the foot-shaking movement of the feet, the nose sprayed, silently, the force was exerted from the waist, the anus was tightened, the qi advanced from the dantian, and the ribs resisted the blows of the two fists (Fig. 113).
5. After 49 strokes in this row, stand with your left foot to your right foot, press your palms on each rib, and knead your ribs (Fig. 114).
Start with the chapter gate and gradually spread to the whole rib.
(3) Chest beating
1. Stand with your feet naturally together, your arms naturally drooping, your hands on the outside of your legs, your whole body relaxed, and your eyes straight ahead (Figure 115).
2. Open the left foot horizontally, slightly wider than the shoulder, squat down on the knee into a horse step pile, press the dantian with both palms down, palm down, and exhale by mouth (Fig. 116).
3. Turn your palms into fists, flex your arms upwards, fist inward, high at shoulder level, and then extend your fists flat to the sides. At the same time, inhale through the nose and raise your eyebrows (Figure 117).
4. The right fist suddenly retracts the blow to the left chest, and cooperates with the foot shaking movement of both feet, and at the same time makes a tiger roar “ha” sound, the force rises from the waist, the qi comes from the dantian, and shakes the left chest to the right to meet the punch (Figure 118).
5. Rotate left and right 49 times, stand with your left foot to your right foot together, press your palms on your chests, and knead your chest (Fig. 119).
Start with a little and gradually spread to the full chest in all directions.
(4) Head row beating
1. Stand with your feet naturally together, your arms naturally drooping, your hands on the outside of your legs, your whole body relaxed, and your eyes straight ahead (Fig. 120).
2. Open the left foot horizontally, slightly wider than the shoulder, squat down on the knee into a horse step pile, and press the palm of both palms down on the dantian. Exhale by mouth (Figure 121).
3. The two hands are naturally separated by the front of the body, and swing in an arc from top to bottom, from inside to outside, while taking the waist as the axis, and cooperating with the coordinated swing of the waist and arms to relax the joints of the whole body (Figure 122).
4. Gradually straighten the knees with both legs, bend the upper body forward, hold the heels of the feet with both hands, straighten the chest and back, put the head between the legs, and close the mouth and nose more than ten times (Figure 123).
5. Spit out, inhale through the dantian, the upper body suddenly straightens, the breath runs through the hundred meetings, and at the same time slams the top of the head with the right fist and the horse’s step, and the dragon groans “Hi” (Fig. 124).
6. After 49 strokes in this row, stand with your left foot to your right foot, press your palms on your head, and knead the top with your breath (Fig. 125).
Start with the hundred clubs and gradually beat the forehead.
1. The whole body platoon method takes no less than 20 minutes to practice this internal skill each time, generally speaking, you must practice until you are exhausted, and try to maximize the potential of the human body.
2. The strength of the platoon gradually increases from light to heavy. Because each person’s endurance is different, when practicing, you must fight according to your own physical condition, and you must not use brute force to hit the key parts of the human body, and you should feel that you can withstand it.
3. The age of the platoon should be for teenagers. Because the bones of the elderly have a lot of inorganic matter, the kung fu is not easy to grow, and it is easy to fracture, so special attention should be paid to protecting them when practicing.
4. Quit smoking, drinking, and lusting within 3 months of practicing martial arts. Because frequent smoking affects the quality of Qi in martial arts practitioners, excessive drinking of alcohol affects their movement, and indulgence in color damages their true energy (i.e. the Qi of the true energy).