TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

CHAPTER I£º Introduction to Dachengquan Duanshou 6
    I.1 Qizheng: the basic theory of Dachengquan Duanshou 7
    I.2 The Main Points of Dachengquan Duanshou 9
        I.2.1 Internal strength factor 9
        I.2.2 Technical factor 10
        I.2.3 Braveness factor 10
    I.3 Combat in Dachengquan Duanshou 11
    I.4 How to Learn and Practice Dachengquan Duanshou 14
        I.4.1 Benefits of Chinese martial arts 14
        I.4.2 Right achievement through Post Standing (Zhuang Gong) 15
        I.4.3 Experience your own ¡°Gongfu¡± 15
        I.4.4 Overcome three shortcomings 16

CHAPTER II Basic Techniques of Dachengquan Duanshou 17
    II.1 Combat Posts 20
        II.1.1 Seizing Ball post 20
        II.1.2 Holding Tiger Head post 21
        II.1.3 Big step post 22
        II.1.4 Taming the Tiger post 22
        II.1.5 Landing Dragon post 23
        II.1.6 High-level contradiction post 24
    II.2 Universal force 25
        II.2.1 Training Universal Force post 25
        II.2.2 Training Six Directions Hanging 26
    II.3 Internal Strength Field of Dachengquan 29
        II.3.1 Brief introduction to Internal Strength Field 29
        II.3.2 Analysis of Internal Strength Field 30
        II.3.3 Expression of Martial power within Internal Strength Field 32
    II.4 The state of Free Force 36
        II.4.1 Internal Integral (Force) Training 36
        II.4.2 Hanging force training 37
        II.4.3 Natural Testing Force Training 42
        II.4.4 Free issuing force training 42
    II.5 Braveness Training 49
        II.5.1 Improve your psychological factors 49
        II.5.2 Cultivating and training braveness 50

CHAPTER III Basic Fighting Techniques of Duanshou 55
    III.1 Single Hand Techniques 56
        III.1.1 Smashing fist 56
        III.1.2 Tiger attack 57
        III.1.3 Chopping palm 58
        III.1.4 Armpit palm 59
        III.1.5 Downward punch 60
        III.1.6 Piercing crotch foot and snake form foot 61
    III.2 Practice and Use of Golden Turtle Emerging from Water
        III.2.1 ¡°Golden Turtle Emerging From Water¡± test. force requirements 65
        III.2.2 The Practice of Golden Turtle Emerging From Water¡£ 66
        III.2.3 Applications of Golden Turtle Emerging From Water 68
    III.3 A successful strike and evading strike 74
        III.3.1 Conditions for a successful strike 74
        III.3.2 Strike training 74
        III.3.3 Evading from strike 75
    III.4 Defense-Attack training for real combat 78
        III.4.1 Defense and counterattack training 78
        III.4.2 Simultaneous Defense-Attack Training 80
        III.4.3 ¡°Insubstantial¡± and ¡°Substantial¡± Training 84
        III.4.4 Combat Tactile Sensation Training 86
        III.4.5 Touch and Stick Training 87
    III.5 Main Points in intercepting an attack in Duanshou 93
        III.5.1 The precondition of Invincible Might - Threatening Eyes 93
        III.5.2 Mind should be Real, Force should be Penetrative 94
        III.5.3 Keep Mid-line and Use Mid-line, Changing Endlessly 95
        III.5.4 Issuing Continuously Force, Attacking Endlessly 95
        III.5.5 Be merciless and precise in your strike - Mutual Force 100
        III.5.6 Ability to Issue Force any time/circumstance - Borrowing Force 102
        III.5.7 Strike heavily and Seize tightly, Absorb & Carry on your combat 106

CHAPTER IV Chaining Fighting Techniques of Duanshou 108
    IV.1 Circling Fist Attacking Like a Leopard in Fog 110
        IV.1.1 Chaining combination after an attack 111
        IV.1.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 111
    IV.2 Pounding Fist Strike like Divine Rhinoceros 113
        IV.2.1 Chaining combination after an attack 114
        IV.2.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 114
    IV.3 Closing Palms Up-Down like Wind Swaying Willow 116
        IV.3.1 Chaining combination after an attack 117
        IV.3.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 117
    IV.4 Lead Strike Forward-Backward like wrapping it 119
        IV.4.1 Chaining combination after an attack 120
        IV.4.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 120
    IV.5 Circle Strike Leftward-Rightward and Side Kick 122
        IV.5.1 Chaining combination after an attack 123
        IV.5.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 123
    IV.6 Direct and Reverse Chopping Fist and Frontal Fist 125
        IV.6.1 Chaining combination after an attack 125
        IV.6.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 126
    IV.7 Cutting Palm£¬Scissor Neck and Snake Form Foot 128
        IV.7.1 Chaining combination after an attack 129
        IV.7.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 129
    IV.8 Hand like Halberd Striking Knee 131
        IV.8.1 Chaining combination after an attack 131
        IV.8.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 132
    IV.9 Splitting Fist, Piercing Crotch and Wrapping Strike 134
        IV.9.1 Chaining combination after an attack 135
        IV.9.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 136
    IV.10 Entwining Hand, Drilling Chin and Flying Palm 137
        IV.10.1 Chaining combination after an attack 137
        IV.10.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 138
    IV.11 Black Dragon Emerging from Sea & Penetrative Back Fist 140
        IV.11.1 Chaining combination after an attack 140
        IV.11.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 141
    IV.12 White Snake Spits Tongue & Crane Form Leg 143
        IV.12.1 Chaining combination after an attack 143
        IV.12.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 144
    IV.13 Oblique Chopping, Reverse Slap and Smashing Fist 146
        IV.13.1 Chaining combination after an attack 146
        IV.13.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 147
    IV.14 Springing Kick, Smashing Down & Drilling Fist 149
        IV.14.1 Chaining combination after an attack 150
        IV.14.2 Chaining combination as a counterattack 151

CHAPTER V Self-defense with Dachengquan Duanshou 152
    V.1 Against punching assault 152
        V.1.1 Blocking left and smashing right 152
        V.1.2 Hooking wrist and striking rib 153
        V.1.3 Chopping and advancing pounding 154
        V.1.4 Rotating wrist and drilling palate 155
        V.1.5 Smashing arm and striking face 156
        V.1.6 Dodging and splitting to the right 157
        V.1.7 Jabbing and splitting face 158
        V.1.8 Pressing arm and advance striking 159
        V.1.9 Leading to emptiness and striking down 160
        V.1.10 Holding, hocking and kicking crotch 161
    V.2 Against grappling assaults 163
        V.2.1 Wrist locking and hooking-kicking 163
        V.2.2 Stretching force for splitting and breaking 164
        V.2.3 Locking arm and double rotating palms 165
        V.2.4 Breaking wrist and kicking crotch 166
        V.2.5 Turning body and splitting fist 167
        V.2.6 Turning your head, pushing and smashing 168
        V.2.7 Catching elbow and hooking-kicking 169
        V.2.8 Wresting head and chopping neck 170
        V.2.9 Stamping his feet and back thrusting 171
        V.2.10 Closing palms and make him fall 172
    V.3 Against kicking assaults 173
        V.3.1 Dodge body and rotate & pull 173
        V.3.2 Turning hip and tiger attack 174
        V.3.3 Grabbing step and striking 175
        V.3.4 Lifting-poking-blocking-pushing 176
        V.3.5 Bumping and close double striking 177
        V.3.6 Pressing, defending and piercing palm 178
        V.3.7 Poking, defending and striking hip 179
        V.3.8 Raising, poking and striking throat 179
        V.3.9 Rolling and holding knee 180
        V.3.10 Kicking knee and chopping palm 181
    V.4 Against lethal weapons/in crucial combat situation 183
        V.4.1 Catching his crotch and cut apart leg 183
        V.4.2 Penetrating eyes and slapping palm 184
        V.4.3 Parting palm and destroying his balance 185
        V.4.4 Patting and bumping crotch 186
        V.4.5 Closing arms and bumping 187
        V.4.6 Catching elbow and pulling leg 188
        V.4.7 Locking arm and smashing fist 189
        V.4.8 Striking crotch and locking neck 190
        V.4.9 Catching arm and strangling throat 190
        V.4.10 Pulling wrist and catching elbow 191
    V.5 Last resort Self-defense Technique 193
        V.5.1 Two dragons playing ball and bumping face 193
        V.5.2 Blocking, kicking crotch and left side kicking 194
        V.5.3 Catching wrist, hanging and smashing nose 195
        V.5.4 Dodging body, rotating, hanging and striking hindbrain (back of head) 196
        V.5.5 Dodge hanging, striking chest and throat 197
        V.5.6 Entwining arm and chopping neck artery 198
        V.5.7 Dodging body, pressing arm and striking Taiyang acupoint 199
        V.5.8 Pulling wrist and stepping forward to strike heart 200
        V.5.9 Blocking wrist and striking liver 201
        V.5.10 Wresting arm, pressing elbow and striking Mingmen 202
    V.6 Self-defense Techniques in daily situations 204
        V.6.1 The basic conditions of self-defense techniques in daily situations 204
        V.6.2 Examples of self-defense techniques in daily situations 205

CHAPTER VI Ultimate Fatal Techniques in Duanshou 216
    VI.1 Gluteal muscle (buttocks) step 217
    VI.2 No Rule step and distance appreciation 218
    VI.3 Strengthening Combination techniques 220
    VI.4 Close Combat Fast Attack Techniques 226
        VI.4.1 Breaking finger and striking face 226
        VI.4.2 Catching elbow and striking face 227
        VI.4.3 Pushing wrist and striking crotch 228
        VI.4.4 Wresting arm and smashing rib 229
        VI.4.5 Wresting head and unbalancing 230
        VI.4.6 Breaking neck and striking knee 231
        VI.4.7 Catching arm and striking crotch 232
        VI.4.8 Breaking hand and striking neck 233
        VI.4.9 Repulsing arm and striking throat 234
        VI.4.10 Pulling wrist and unbalancing striking 235
    VI.5 How should you form a ¡°Unique Technique¡± 237
        VI.5.1 Gather significant experience 237
        VI.5.2 Abilities analysis 238

 

          

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