Winding: With the waist as the axis, through the hands, arms, elbows, legs and other parts, upward (down) to the outside (inner) winding, using diao, buckle, pinch, lock and other forces and techniques to hit the opponent is “entanglement”. For example, “embracing and wrapping” is to use the action of turning the waist and spiraling arm to “break the straight with a circle” to defuse the opponent’s attack, and then push or break the opponent; “Small entanglement” is to use both palms to dissolve the opponent’s grasp and button, and at the same time twist and cut the pressure to damage the opponent’s wrist; “Shoulder wrapping” is the use of wrapping your arms around your arms to free and fight back against the opponent’s shoulder grabbing.
1. The practical application of “big winding”
Both sides stand in a right-hand fighting style; The enemy leaps forward and punches me with a right punch; Our side immediately puts up our left foot to the outside of the enemy’s right arm, and at the same time turns right 90 degrees, wrapping the enemy’s right arm downward with our left and right forearms; Then we swing our arms upwards and forward at the enemy’s head and neck, knocking him down.
2. Practical application of stirring silk
The enemy grabbed my right wrist with his right lunge and his right hand; Our side immediately steps up and turns 90 degrees to the right, while grasping the enemy’s right wrist upward with the palm of the left hand; Immediately, our right hand wrapped around the opponent’s wrist from bottom to top, sealed the wrist joint with the outer edge of the palm, and the two hands combined to the right side, so that the other party was forced to kneel due to wrist pain and joint frustration.
3. The practical application of “hugging and wrapping”
We stand in a left-fighting style; The enemy strikes me straight with a right step and a straight right punch; We block outward with our arms and wrap downwards; Then we hit the root of the enemy’s right ear with a right-flip back.
4. The practical application of “binding and wrapping”
We stand in a left-fighting style; The enemy stepped up to the right and punched me straight in the middle of the set; We turn right and dodge sideways, while wrapping our left arm around the enemy’s right arm from top to bottom and inward; Then we step up and approach, pass our left arm under the enemy’s armpit, hug the enemy’s waist, and push the enemy in the jaw or chest with the right palm to knock the enemy down.
5. Practical application of one-arm wrapping
The enemy grabbed my right shoulder with his left hand from my side; We immediately wrapped our right arm around the enemy’s left arm from the bottom up, from the outside up to the inside; Then we stepped up to the right and slammed our right shoulder against the enemy’s chest and ribs.
6. The practical application of “taking off the helmet”
Our left fighting stand; The enemy strikes me on the upper plate with a right step and a right punch; We turn sideways and block outward with our arms; Immediately, we wrapped the enemy’s right arm and rotated it 360 degrees, then hit the enemy’s back with the right palm outward, and at the same time kicked the enemy’s right foot with the right foot to knock the enemy down.
7. The practical application of “walking around the waist and body”
Our left fighting stand; The enemy strikes me on the upper plate with a right step and a right punch; We immediately turned sideways and wrapped our arms downwards against the enemy’s right arm, then wrapped our upper left leg around the enemy’s right leg, and pushed the enemy in the chest and abdomen.
It introduces the practical combat usage of the six major openings of Eight pole Boxing “top, hold, single, lift, shoulder and wind” in six phases. Interested friends can read the introduction of these six issues through the links in this article and the previous part.
In fact, in the six major openings of Eight pole Boxing, “top, hold, single” focuses on fighting; “Ti” is mainly the leg method; The role of “shoulder” is mainly falling; “Entangling” is not only to take, it also contains richer content. These are the four main techniques of kicking, fighting, wrestling, and fighting in Chinese martial arts. Therefore, it is not difficult to see that the six major openings are a high-level summary of the main techniques of Eight pole Boxing, and all the routines and techniques of Eight pole Boxing are the combination and practice of the six major opening techniques.