kung fu power · 05/10/2022 0

The oldest Yijinjing 13 poses

Yi Jin Jing, as the representative of Chinese Traditional Wushu, we must carry it forward!


China’s 5000 year old traditional culture has left us a profound cultural accumulation. Wushu is developed from the broad and profound Chinese culture with a long history. It is the epitome of Chinese traditional culture and the “image spokesman”. Its ethical spirit, artistic spirit and life spirit all reflect the ultimate thought of requiring the coordinated development of individual, society and nature.


It is precisely because of these rich connotation of humanistic spirit that it has become the representative of oriental sports culture.


1、 Wei Tuo offers pestle first potential




Calm your mind and breath, and your body will stand still. His hands are arched and his heart is very quiet.

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2、 Wei Tuo offers pestle second potential


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3、 Wei Tuo offers pestle third potential


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4、 Picking stars for fighting potential




Hold one hand high and the palm must be covered. Keep your eyes on your palms and don’t breathe in. Mix your nose and breath evenly and retract hard.

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5、 Backward nine oxtail potential




Palm up, toes on the ground. Use force on both sides and straighten your legs. Adjust your nose and breath evenly and look at the gate of heaven.


Teeth bite, tongue against palate; Force with ten fingers and keep your legs straight; Two fists back, such as holding things.

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(1) At the same time, the palms use internal strength to stretch forward, first as light as pushing a window, and then as heavy as a row of mountains; When the palm is closed, it is like the tide of the sea.


(2) Inhale naturally when retracting the palm and exhale naturally when pushing the palm.


6、 Melon bright wing potential




The lower abdomen is empty and loose. Kneel in front and straighten your hind legs. Look at the fist with two eyes, and use your arms hard.


Right out claw bright wing

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Bright wing of left claw


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7、 Nine ghosts pull horse Sabre




Force with one arm and hold the neck. Take it back from your head and mix your nose and breath evenly. Keep your knees upright, left and right.


Zuo Jiugui draws a sabre

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Right nine ghosts draw Sabre


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8、 Sanpanluo terrain




Keep your eyes on your teeth and your tongue on your palate. Eyes staring, mouth cracking, two legs kneeling separately. Grab the ground hard and hold it up with your back palm. If you lift a thousand kilograms, straighten your legs.

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When bending the knee and squatting down, spit out the “Hi” sound. When the sound spits out, the tip of the tongue gently touches between the upper and lower teeth to stop spitting.


9、 Green Dragon exploring melon potential




Shoulder back force, flat palm out. Close to the ground and level the two eyes.


Right green dragon melon

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Zuoqinglong melon


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10、 Crouching tiger pouncing on food




Use your arms with ten fingers, squat your feet, kneel in front and straighten back. Ten fingers on the ground, flat waist, high head, chest forward. Mix the nose and breath evenly, the left and right are the same.


Right lying tiger pours

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Left Crouching Tiger pours on food


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11、 Bow posture




Use your elbows and hold the back of your head. Push out your head, bite your teeth and put your tongue against your palate. Bend your head to your legs, cover your ears tightly, and mix your nose and breath evenly.

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12、 Tail dropping potential




Straighten your knees, stretch your arms, bow, and push your hands to the ground. Keep your head high and your eyes focused, mix your nose and breath evenly, and earn slowly.

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13、 End




The heel lands 21 times and the left and right arms stretch 7 times. Sit cross legged, pay attention to your mouth and heart, and close your eyes to regulate your breath. Calm down and get up.

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Chinese Wushu is a “wonderful flower” in the treasure house of human culture.


The reason why we call it “strange” is that Wushu has been deeply influenced by Chinese traditional culture and is full of the essence of Oriental civilization for thousands of years since its birth.


Therefore, the richness of Chinese traditional cultural genes contained in Wushu is extremely rare in today’s human intangible cultural heritage.