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Hsing-I Chuan: The Practice of Heart and Mind Boxing by Master James McNeil & Andrew Jackson

Hsing-I Chuan: The Practice of Heart and Mind Boxing by Master James McNeil & Andrew Jackson

Author:Master James McNeil & Andrew Jackson [Master James McNeil & Andrew Jackson]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Published: 2018-08-14T16:00:00+00:00


Figure 17-6a

The practitioner starts in (L) Pi Chuan stance.

Figure 17-6b

Stepping forwards with the (L) foot, the practitioner hooks the (L) foot outwards away from their own centreline to an angle of 90 degrees from the starting position in figure 16-6a above. At the same time, the (R) foot drives forwards in the same direction to support the (L) foots advance.

Figure 17-6c

As the weight is transferred into the (L) foot the (R) foot now follows through and turns to 90 degrees in sync with the whole body and rests slightly off the ground with the legs pressed lightly together.

Figure 17-6d

Stepping forwards with the (R) foot, the practitioner hooks the (R) foot outwards away from their own centreline to an angle of 90 degrees from the centreline.

Figure 17-6e

At the same time, the (L) foot drives forwards in the same direction to support the advance of the (R) foot. From this position, the same hook-step and follow up step can be repeated to the opposite side in effect turning the practitioner through 180 degrees with each step taken.

Note: The hook-step method can be practiced stepping either forwards or backwards as in Tuo form allowing it to be trained for use in both attack and counter attack situations.



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