Ba Ji Fighting Methods: Six Big Opening
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The student should keep his back straight and their upper body naturally relaxed. This is the Bear Stance, because as the student sway their hands lightly as they move to look like a bear. The Bear's movement may also be performed diagonally, and the student moves from side to side and maintains their weight distribution and body posture. Tiger Arm requires the student to perform a punch with both hands stretched out and at the same time lunge forward.
This technique needs power from the twisting of the hip and stretching of the shoulder. While practicing this technique both arms should be relaxed and slight bent at all times. The main rule to Baji Quan forms is to keep the body straight and use the spine as an axis. Every form in Baji Quan uses the movement of the shoulders, back, elbows, and pelvis.
The form sets are short but are very enriching to the student in their understanding of the combat principles: Da hit , Shuai throw arm , Na grasp, catch , and Tui push. Every form is built on the following principles:. A more traditional form in Baji Quan is Ba Ji Xiao Jia, which, requires the practitioner to be stable and firm in their stance and at the same time practice their grappling and striking techniques. Other traditional forms are:. There are a total of twenty four hand methods in Baji Quan, each described by a Chinese character. Hand methods are both offensive and defensive, and all 24 character put together make up a boxing song or poem.
The four character put together form a sentence, six in total, they are:. Pu is used by the practitioner to strike the head, chest, and face of their opponent while, Pa is used to defend the chest and abdomen by "raking" down their opponent's arm. The rake hand can first be used to move down the opponents then strike their face with Pu. Qi is used to hold up their chin or strike their neck area, and can be used to strike their face when "raking" the opponent's arm.
An is used push the enemy's arm down, and if Qi misses, turn the palm in counter-clockwise direction. An can also be used hit the foe's face of upper chest.
When using Pu push both hands forward and downward, and the same time lowering your body. Pu Mian Zhang Face Pushing Palm is an application to Pu, in which one hand pushes the opponent's defending, and the other pushes their face. Another application is Hu Pu Tiger Jumping Palm , this requires the student to use their forearms to "brush away" their opponent's defending arms then, with both hands, push their chest. When using Pa both hands should be formed to look like rakes, and they are pulled backwards and downwards, making a climbing motion.
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Pa can be used to grab an opponent's offensive arm or wrist, and the practitioner can also rotate their own forearm to entangle their opponent's. It can also be used to protect the head, using the elbow of one hand, and using the other to protect the chest. Sign In Don't have an account?
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