Turning body-throw fist
This is the finishing
posture of Stepping Up
And Punching Down.
The picture with dress
in red was taken from
the south side.
The picture with dress
in blue was taken from
the west side.
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High patting the horse （L）
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Turning body-throw fist 01
Keep both hips relax and still. The weight center is still located on top of the connected line between the left hip and the left heel. With
this line as axis, turn the left toe tips and knee from the west to the north. At the same time, with the left hip as center, turn the upper
body from slanting forward to the west to right up facing the northwest.
Maintain the right leg in a stretching state. Under the condition of not moving the left and right upper arms, with both elbows as center,
rotate both forearms upward. Both hands grasp into fists. Place the right fist on top of the left elbow and the left fist under the right
elbow. Both arms are crossing and touching one another in front of the waist. (The state of both arms is the same as Turning The Body
And Throw Fist 05).
The three sets of movement as mentioned above should be completed at the same time, evenly, steadily and in coordination.
Turning body-throw fist 02
With the left hip as center, rotate the right hip and stretch the right
leg leading the connecting line between two hips to face east west.
With mind on the heel, the sole of the right foot is rubbing the floor
when moving the right leg forward along a curving path till both
feet are in parallel to face north.
Following the movement of the right hip, turn the torso from the
northwest to the north. The related positions of both arms and
upper body remain unchanged. Turn the eyesight to the northeast.
Turning body-throw fist 03
With the power from the waist and the leg, locate the weight on
the left heel. Stretch the left leg straight and bend the right leg.
Shift the weight center from the left leg to the top of the
connecting line between the right hip and the right heel.
Following the turning of both hips, rotate the upper body from
facing north in an upright position to facing northwest in a
slanting state. Point the right toes to face east.
While keeping both elbows stable, retain the left fist next to the
right elbow. Following the turning of the hip and waist, with the
right elbow as center rotate the right forearm in the similar
pattern like Turning The Body And Throw Fist 06 to punch
forward in a twist.
Turning body-throw fist 04
With the power from the waist and leg, prop the left foot against the ground and stretch the left leg straight. With the spine as center,
continue to rotate both hips leading the right hip to withdraw backward slightly and relatively the left hip to move forward slightly. The
upper body is turning from slanting forward facing the northeast to slanting forward facing the west. At the same time, with the left heel
as center, rotate the left toes with the toe tips pointing to northeast.
Keep senses in the right leg and right foot to withheld the body weight from moving excessively forward. Maintain the state of the left
arm unchanged. Following the stretching of the left leg and turning of the waist and hip, continue to punch down twistingly with the back
of the right fist till the forearm is basically in the horizontal level.
High patting the horse 01
Keep the whole body slanting in a forward bow step. With the left heel as
supporting point and the power from the waist and the leg, rotate the
straightened left leg and move the left toe tips from facing northeast to facing
With both elbows essentially unmoved, following the turning of the leg use both
elbows as center to raise the left forearm up to the left side in front of the body.
Open the fist into palm to face right with the fingertips at the same height as the
nose tip. Open the right fist with palm facing up. Taking the right elbow as
center, rotate the right forearm horizontally and place the palm next to the left
由 Daniel Kwok 先生 校译
Proofreaded & Translated
by Mr.Daniel Kwok