Solo Lung Fist is the basic skill of Wing Chun Gate, one of the four major punches of Wing Chun, it punches from the front standing position to the side and then from the sideways posture to punch forward, it skillfully combines the partial fist and the right body fist.
In general, Dulong can train to react and respond to attacks from the side and back, and should be practiced in all four directions to achieve the purpose of comprehensive training.
〇 Yinyang horse stands on the pile, clasps his hands into fists at his waist, punches out with his left fist in his left fist, and looks at his left hand. (Figures 1, 2)
〇Retract your left fist and strike your right straight fist at the same time, turn your body to the left, your right foot unchanged, your left leg straight, step into a meridian step, bend your left elbow on your chest, retract your right fist, cross your chest, and cross your hands in a cross. (Figures 3, 4)
〇 Straighten, hands down, placed at the waist, left fist inside the left fist; Left hand recycling, footwork unchanged. (Figures 5, 6)
When punching to the side from the front standing position, and then forward from the sideways position, the punch should be powerful. When punching sideways, the eyes should observe the surroundings with afterlight while looking at the hands, and the Dulong Fist can be combined with serial punches and hand-arm activities.
〇 Take out the right fist, withdraw the right fist and punch the left straight fist at the same time, the body turns right, the left foot remains unchanged, the right leg is straight, the right hand is bent and placed on the chest, the left fist is retracted, and the hands are crossed in a cross. (Figures 7, 8, 9)
Thorium Yang Ma stands at the stake, clenched his fists at his waist, and punched his right fist^ Keep punching on the right, with your eyes open and your right hand open. (Figure 10)
When the two sides faced off, the other side hit me in the neck with a straight punch. (Figures 1 and 2)
I hit the opponent’s neck with my right fist, blocking with my right hand, passing through the opponent’s inner circle with my left fist, and counterattacking the opponent’s chest with my right fist. (Figures 3 and 4)