kung fu moves · 05/11/2022 0

Shaolin Qi Mei staff technique

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1. Stand with your feet splayed, slightly wider than your shoulders, and your chest straight. Hold the stick in the right hand, hold the stick with the index finger and the index finger, the other three fingers are naturally bent, and the stick touches the ground; the left arm naturally hangs on the left side of the body.

The left palm is pushed forward from the body to the body, the palm is standing in front of the chest, the body is slightly bent forward, the head is slightly lowered, salute, and then the left hand is restored.

2. Then hold the stick with the right hand and dance half-way to the left, pick up the stick with the left hand and then take off the stick, so that the stick stands on the right side of the body, with the tip of the stick pointing upward; the left hand bends the elbow and makes a fist, hugs it around the waist, and straightens the chest. Look ahead.

Essentials: Keep your chest straight, keep your body upright, and keep your belly up, chest and hips.

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stand on horseback

Lift your right foot, and kick the handle of the stick to the left, so that the tip of the stick is inclined upward to the right. Keep moving, drop your right foot to the side, bend your knees and squat down into a horse stance, keeping your chest straight. At the same time, bend the elbow inward with the right arm, and take the potential of the kick handle to make the tip of the stick lie down in front of the upper abdomen, and the tip of the stick is to the right; left. Look straight ahead.

Essentials: Keep your chest straight, your center of gravity between your legs, and your toes cannot stand on tiptoes.

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golden rooster independence

Keep moving up and down, and turn your body 90° to the left. Stand upright with the right foot, bend the knee with the left foot, and raise the crotch. At the same time, hold the stick in the right hand and place it in front of the right chest, with the tip of the stick facing the lower left; Look at the stick tip.

Essentials: Stand upright with your right knee upright, supporting your body weight.

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lunge push palm

To connect to the pose, turn your body slightly to the right, point your left toes to the ground, and bend your knees forward to arch your left leg. Hold the stick in the right hand; pat the front of the stick under the left palm so that the tip of the stick passes through the right side of the body and dances for a week to form a back stick. Look ahead. Step forward with your left foot, bend your left knee into a left lunge, and push your left palm forward at the same time.

Essentials: When pushing the palm, use the root of the palm as the force point to push from the side to the front of the body.

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step right up

Lift your right foot forward, take a small step forward, lift your heel off the ground, and turn your upper body slightly to the left. The right hand holds the stick so that the handle of the stick is drawn downward and upward through the body; the left hand holds the tip of the stick, and the two tigers face each other.

Then turn the body 90 degrees to the left, turn with the body and take a big step forward with the right foot, and bend the knees to squat into a horse stance.

At the same time, the left hand slides to hold the tip of the stick, and the right hand slides to hold the middle part of the stick, so that the stick turns with the body and lifts the handle from bottom to top. With the stick turned to look at the stick.

Essentials: The upper step and the handle should be coordinated, the handle is strong, and the force reaches the handle.

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step left

Connect the pose, take the right foot as the axis, turn the body 180° to the right, and step forward with the left foot into a horse stance.

At the same time, the right hand slides to the handle of the stick, and the left hand slides to the tip of the stick, so that the tip of the stick passes through the left side of the body and lifts the stick from bottom to top, and the tip of the stick is higher than the shoulder. Look at the stick tip.

Essentials: Turn around smoothly and quickly, step up and pull the stick at the same time, pay attention to the sliding handle when pulling the stick, and the force reaches the tip of the stick.

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cover stick

Connect the pose, turn the body 90° to the left to kneel on the left. At the same time, the left hand slides to the tip of the stick; the right hand slides to the middle of the stick, and the front sole of the right foot pushes the ground to exert force, so that the handle of the stick goes up and covers the front, and the height is level with the right shoulder.

Look at the stick.

Essentials: Keep the stick handle long, turn around quickly, twist the belt handle, and the cover handle is strong.

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chopping stick

Get up, step forward with your right foot to the right, and land on the sole of your forefoot.

The stick is swung from left to right to the back, so that the stick is parallel to the ground. Then the right leg is bent and the knee is extended.

The right hand slides down to hold the end of the stick tightly, and the left hand holds the middle part, so that the stick body is upright, and the stick tip is slightly backward.

Then land on the right leg obliquely forward, toes slightly abducted, the upper body turned 90° to the right, the right leg bent knees and squatted into a left stance, holding the stick in both hands to split the stick from top to bottom left. Look at the stick.

Essentials: The downward strike should be strong, the left hand should be loose, the right hand should be firm, and the force should reach the tip of the stick.

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Yugong Moves Mountains

1. Get up, move your legs into a horse stance, and turn your body slightly to the left. Hold the handle of the stick with your right hand, hold the middle section of the stick with your left hand, bend your left elbow to draw an arc left and backward, and look at the front section of the stick.

2. Keep moving up and down, cross your left foot to the right back of your right foot and step forward, and squat down with your knees bent into a resting step. Bend the right elbow, twist the waist hard to the right, and sweep the stick from the back to the left with the body.

3. The left foot is restored, and the two legs become horse stance again. Hold the handle of the stick with the right hand, the middle of the stick with the left hand, and press the right arm straight forward, so that the tip of the stick is lifted from the bottom to the top. Look at the stick tip.

Essentials: Use your waist and twist your body. The right hand grips the stick first and then loosens it.

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Step up and split the stick

Step forward with your right leg toward your left foot, be steady, turn your body 90° to the left following the step, and lift your left heel off the ground. Hold the stick in both hands and draw an arc upwards and backwards, with both arms straight, so that the stick is placed diagonally above the head, and the tip of the stick faces back and upward.

Then the left foot takes a big step forward to the left, and the body turns 90° to the right with the step, bends the right knee and squatting down into a left stance.

Essentials: The upper step should be fast, the downward strike should be fierce, the left hand should be loose, the right hand should be strong, and the strength should be up to the stick.

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look back at the moon

Get up, turn your upper body slightly to the right, and move the handle with both hands to press the stick forward.

The center of gravity is shifted to the right, and the legs become a right horizontal lunge. Look left.

Essentials: Turn the upper body slightly to the right and move both hands at the same time.

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barrier cover stick

1. Take the two feet as the axis, turn the upper body 90° to the left, kneel with both legs to the right, and change the grip with both hands at the same time (the left hand holds the yang grip and the right hand holds the yin grip).

Immediately, turn the upper body to the right, lift the right foot and lift the knee, and press the stick with the body to the right, rear and bottom.

2. Take a big step with the right foot behind the left foot, turn the body 180° to the right, buckle the left foot inward, and straighten the right foot, so that both legs form a right lunge. At the same time, hold the stick with both hands to cover the stick with the body forward.

Essentials: The upper step and the cover stick should be consistent at the same time, and the cover should be quickly lowered.

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Fairy guides the way

1. Take the two feet as the axis and turn the body 180 to the left. , make the two legs form a left lunge, and at the same time, the left hand takes off the stick and turns into a palm, which is attached to the right chest, and the right hand holds the stick and swims forward and downward.

2. Stand on the ground with the right knee upright, retract the left leg and raise the knee, stretch the instep, and keep the calf perpendicular to the ground. At the same time, hold the stick with the right hand and raise the arm to support the stick from bottom to top, the left elbow is slightly bent, and the stick body is parallel to the ground; the index finger and middle finger of the left hand are close together, the ring finger and little finger are bent, the thumb is pressed against the first knuckle of the ring finger and the little finger, and the left arm is stretched forward. . Look left-handed.

Essentials: When swimming forward with a stick, keep your chest, abdomen and buttocks tight; in independent steps, keep your center of gravity stable, bend your left knee, and sag your calf.

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jumping poke stick

1. Connect the pose, drop the left foot in front of the right foot, bend the left knee slightly, and turn the body slightly to the left. At the same time, the left hand grasps the middle part of the stick; the right hand slides the end of the handle, bends the elbow and places it on the outside of the waist, and the tip of the stick is at the level of the chest. Look at the stick tip.

2. Keep moving up and down, bend your right knee and lift your right leg up, jump up with your left foot, and vacate your body. At the same time, hold the middle section of the stick with the left hand, and rotate the forearm outwards; with the right hand, hold the handle with the elbow bent and raised, and the stick body is parallel to the ground. Look at the stick tip.

3. After the feet fall, form a front and back cross step, with the left foot behind and the heel off the ground. The left hand holds the middle of the stick; the right hand holds the handle of the stick, presses it down slightly, and still closes it on the right waist.

4. Take a big step forward with your left foot, and form a left horizontal lunge with both legs. At the same time, the left arm is internally rotated; the right hand grip is sent forward, and the stick is poked forward, and the height is shoulder-level. Look at the stick tip.

Essentials: The landing and the poking stick should be coordinated, the poking stick should be twisted at the waist to exert force, and it will bounce back naturally after being poked, and the force will reach the tip of the stick.

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virtual step

Slide the left foot back into a left virtual step. Then hold the stick with both hands and slightly retract it from front to back, and press down with the right hand, so that the tip of the stick is lifted upwards.

Essentials: The left foot slides backwards and draws the stick at the same time, in harmony.

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autumn wind sweeps leaves

1. Lift your feet and jump 180° to the left, then bend your knees and squat down into a horse stance. While jumping, hold both hands slidingly, hold the tip of the stick with your left hand, and hold the middle section of the stick with your right hand. Bend your left elbow and place it in front of your left chest. Look straight ahead.

2. Twist the waist to the left, hold the stick in both hands and swipe from the back to the front. Look at the stick.

Essentials: Twist the waist to exert force, and sweep quickly and violently before holding the stick. Gaze with the stick.

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Turn around and sweep the stick

Get up, turn your body 90° to the right, take a step back with your left foot, lift your left heel off the ground, and draw an arc from the front to the back while holding the stick in both hands. Then take a big step forward with your left foot, bend your knees and squat down into a lunge, and switch hands at the same time to pick up the stick from the back and the top.

Then take a step forward with the right leg, stand with the knee straight, the left foot is straight, the heel is off the ground, the body turns 90° to the left, the left hand holds the stick and closes it under the left armpit, the right hand holds the front of the stick forward, and the right forearm supports the stick body . Then land on the left foot firmly and turn left 180° around the axis of the left foot.

Then step forward with your right foot, and at the same time move your body to your left. At the same time, you slide and hold the handle of the stick with your left hand. Hold the stick with both hands and bend your elbows to place the stick above your head, and look at the left front of your body. Then put the right foot on the ground, lift the left foot and lift the knee, slide the left hand to the back of the stick, twist the waist to the left, hold the stick with both hands and sweep from the top to the left back of the body to hit the ground. Look at the stick tip.

Essentials: Move down and sweep quickly, and twist your waist to the left as much as possible.

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poke stick

1. Turn the lower part of the body 90 degrees to the left, buckle the right toe inward, straighten the left foot, and kick the front part of the stick forward with the toes. Look at the left toe.

2. Land with your left foot straight in front of your body, with your toes facing forward, and slide your left hand to hold the handle of the stick.

3. Then step forward with the right foot, the sole of the foot is vertical, the center of gravity moves forward, bend the right knee and squat down into a horizontal lunge, and turn the body 180° to the left. At the same time, stab the stick to the right with the stick in both hands, straighten the right arm, and the tip of the stick is slightly higher than the handle.

Essentials: Bend your knees and squat in harmony with the jab before holding the stick.

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Standing on Huashan

Connect the pose, stand up, take a step with your left foot in front of your right foot, point your toes in front of the right, bend your knees slightly; press down with your left hand, hold the stick with both hands and draw an arc up and back over your head, then step back halfway with your right foot Step, bend your left leg and squat down into a left horizontal lunge, and turn your upper body 135 to the left.

At the same time, hold the stick in both hands and turn it with the body so that the tip of the stick goes down and forwards in a vertical circle and splits half a circle, with the tip of the stick forward and slightly lower than the shoulder. Looking at the tip of the stick, it makes a “yep” sound.

Essentials: Turn the body, turn the waist and split the stick, and the waist is fast and powerful.

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Five Flowers Sitting on the Mountain

Get up, step forward with your right foot, bend your knee slightly, tighten your left leg, and turn your body 45° to the right and left. At the same time, the left arm is rotated inward, and the stick is held in both hands, with the tip of the stick pointing downwards.

Then turn the body 45° to the left, hold the stick and draw an arc from the bottom up to the right front of the body, with the tip of the stick facing down, and then squat down with both legs bent to form a lunge.

Look forward to the left.

Essentials: The rotating vertical sticks are coordinated and completed in one go.

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close

Holding the stick with both hands, draw an arc from top to bottom, straighten the right arm, and hide the handle of the stick with the left hand under the right armpit. Look at the stick tip.

1. Take a step with your left foot to your right, stand up, focus on your right foot, and leave your left foot on the ground.

At the same time, the right hand holds the stick down, with the tip of the stick facing forward and downward; the left hand takes off the handle and changes the palm, and closes it to the left on the chest, with the fingertips facing upwards.

2. Retract your left foot, lean on your right foot, and stand with your legs together. Hold the stick with the right hand so that the tip of the stick is forward and upward, and the half-flower stands on the right side of the body, and the tip of the stick is upward; the left arm is down, naturally hanging on the outer side of the left thigh, the palm is inward, the chest is straight, and the eyes are straight ahead.

Essentials: Stand upright, keep your chest straight, keep your chest up and your belly close to your hips.

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