By Hsing-I

Hsing-I, chinese language Mind-Body Boxing is a seminal paintings within the box of chinese language martial arts. It was once one of many first actual courses in English approximately those little recognized arts, and is still a vintage. It covers the entire most vital facets of studying this historic boxing approach, together with the background, the philosophy, the learning units and the two-person struggling with strategies. First released in 1974, this booklet has been wanted by means of creditors ever for the reason that.

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Combined, the postures go diagonally like heng and cross 30-33 the opponent's attack, permitting the capture of his arm. 66 THE TWELVE STYLES 6. Consecutive Step Yunnan Boxing A. The Form Hsing-i principles can be seen in various fistic forms. One in which they figure prominently is the standardized Consecutive Step Yunnan Boxing (Yunnan Lien-pu Ch'uan), named after the southwestern province in which it was widely practiced in the 1930s and 40s by Chinese Nationalist soldiers. (It is also called Szechwan Linked Boxing by boxers who learned it in that adjoining province.

It is often combined with Bear, which is yin. Combined, the postures go diagonally like heng and cross 30-33 the opponent's attack, permitting the capture of his arm. 66 THE TWELVE STYLES 6. Consecutive Step Yunnan Boxing A. The Form Hsing-i principles can be seen in various fistic forms. One in which they figure prominently is the standardized Consecutive Step Yunnan Boxing (Yunnan Lien-pu Ch'uan), named after the southwestern province in which it was widely practiced in the 1930s and 40s by Chinese Nationalist soldiers.

And then repeat with the other fist (the same foot goes forward while the fists alternate. ") Kuo Feng-ch'ih also 115-18 THE FUNCTION OK THE FIVE FORMS 53 taught me a full-stride walking method in which you peng alternately with each fist as one foot touches down. The walk is then varied by striking when the other foot touches the ground. 119 Your opponent, his left foot forward, strikes with his right fist. 120-22 Deflect lightly and use right peng in the orthodox (figures 121— 123 22) or modified (figure 123) way.

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