In traditional Chinese martial arts sanda, there is a footwork that is “stealing steps”. It exists in many martial arts schools, even in modern sanda competitions.
This footwork is mainly used to quickly shorten the distance between the two sides, and the footwork is very concealed, so this footwork is often used in combination with the striking move of the traditional martial arts. Therefore, “sneaking in the bush” has become a killer in various martial arts schools.
Compiled 5 sets of practical combat methods used in combination with other martial arts fighting moves to share with you.
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First, the low posture left sneaks around
Our side stood in a left-fighting position, and the enemy stood in a right-sided fighting position, and the two sides confronted each other (Figure 1-1). The enemy slides forward and advances, while hitting us in the head with a right or straight fist; At this time, the tip of our left foot is quickly buckled towards the right front, bending the right knee, extending the right foot from the back of the left foot to the front, the palm of the foot is on the ground, completing the sneaking move, and at the same time leaning forward with the upper body, dodging the enemy’s right fist, and quickly using the back of the left palm as a force point to slam the enemy’s crick behind and down, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 1-2).
Second, high posture and sloshing + left sneaking step
Our side stood in a left meridian position, and the enemy stood in a left fighting position, and the two sides confronted each other (Figure 2-1). Our left foot is slightly shifted to the right, the tip of the left foot is facing the right, the center of gravity is shifted forward, and the upper body is leaned forward; The right foot steals a step forward from the left heel while feigning an enemy side with the left palm mark, forcing the enemy defense to go up and shift his attention up (Figure 2-2). Immediately after the upward movement, our left foot quickly took a large step forward, bent our legs into a horse’s stride, and at the same time used the back of the left palm as a force point to the left side and lower to violently hit the enemy’s key point (Figure 2-3).
Third, left step back + right sneak step
We stood in a left-sided fighting style and the enemy in a right-sided fighting position, and the two sides confronted each other (Figure 3-1). The enemy kicks our upper middle plate with his left whip leg; We immediately stepped back to the left and dodged the enemy’s left foot while protecting the ribs with our right elbow to defuse the enemy’s attack (Figure 3-2). The enemy’s left leg attack is empty, and the trend is forward; Then the enemy punched us on the head with a left fist; We quickly squat with our right leg, stretch our left foot forward from the back of our right foot, and touch the ground with the palm of our feet, while leaning forward to dodge the enemy’s left fist, while the right hand uses the palm back as a force point to slam the enemy’s behind and down, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 3-3).
Fourth, step backwards + sneak into the chest
Both sides stand in a left-fighting posture and confront each other (Figure 4-1). The enemy attacked our chest with his right leg; Our feet immediately slide backwards and retreat, dodging the enemy’s right foot kick (Figure 4-2). When the enemy’s right foot fell, our center of gravity quickly shifted to the left foot, leaned forward slightly and hit the enemy’s head with a left-flip back fist, inducing the enemy’s attention to move upward, while our right foot slammed the enemy’s cocktail from the left heel to the left front or turned around and kicked the enemy’s cocktail, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 4-3).
5. Stealing step (step step) side kick
Sneaking is sometimes used as a deformed step in actual combat. For example, while our left foot is stepping forward to the right, our right foot sneaks from back to front, and the left hand swings to feint the enemy’s upper plate (Figure 5-1). The enemy is deceived, retreats with his left foot and retreats to dodge the feint of our left hand; Taking advantage of the enemy’s attention on the upper plate, our center of gravity quickly moved forward, using the right leg as a support leg, and using the left kick leg to quickly attack the abdomen or bowel of the enemy’s middle and lower plate, and hit the enemy side hard (Figure 5-2).