slap step as you attack.
Stand up facing the S. and block with your right palm dragging your left foot back. PHOTO NO. 227. As youjerk it down, take a step forward with your right foot turned out by 45 deg. Lift it up and step through with your left foot as before and strike his groin now facing to the N. You now throw him as before dropping down by taking your right
leg forward. PHOTO NO. 228.
From the previous posture, facing to the N. Stand up by dragging your right foot back and bring your right palm under your left palm in a slip block out to the right. Take a slap step to the N. with your right foot and attack using single palm strike to the N. PHOTO NO. 229.
BREAKING HIS HOLD AND STRIKING HIS CHEST: (Opposite)
The opponent grabs your right palm and attempts to drag you down to his right side. You dip your right palm down and then upward to break the hold taking your left No. 2
palm under his left arm and turning your right foot to the right 45 deg. PHOTO NO. 230 A141.
You have also stepped through with your left foot as your left palm comes under to trap his palm. He would step back so you take a step with your right foot to behind his left foot and taking his left palm, PHOTO NO. 231. A142. Open both of your arms and throw him over your right leg. PHOTO NO. 232. A143.
Spin around to the S. using the left under slip block and use the single palm strike with left foot forward. PHOTO NO. 233.
BREAKING HIS HOLD AND STRIKING HIS CHEST:
The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. Take your left palm down and then up to break the hold step through with your right foot to the S. and take over the right wrist with your right palm. Take a step to behind with your left foot and opening your palms throw him over your left leg.
CARRY THE GOLDEN MAN ON YOUR BACK:
With right foot forward and facing to the S., cross your right palm under your left palm and slap step forward with your right foot to perform a fa-jing push to the S. PHOTO NO. 234.
He would grab both palms and try to drag you forward. You cross both palms, left over right and upward slightly to break his hold and step forward with the momentum of his pull with your left foot. PHOTO NO. 235. A134. Re-grab his hands and pull him onto your waiting right knee which has lifted up. PHOTO NO. 236 A145 Push his left palm under his right arm and step in with your right foot. PHOTO NO. 237 In an 'L' step. A146. Swivel to face the N. and lock his left palm under his arm with your right shoulder as you drop down onto your right knee and break his right arm. PHOTO NO. 238. A147.
CARRY THE GOLDEN MAN ON YOUR BACK:
The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. Facing the N. come up and take your left palm under your right palm to do the jfa-jing push with a left step to Pg the N. Step forward with your right foot turned out at 45 deg.
and cross your right palm under your left taking it upward to break his two palm grab. Re-grab and lifting your left knee, pull him onto it. Thrust his right palm under his own left armpit and turning to the S. break his left arm over your shoulder as you drop down onto your left knee.
ATTACKING WITH A SERIES OF ARROWS:
Come up from the last stance and swivel around to the N.
Adjust your left foot and strike to the opponent's chest with your left palm. PHOTO NO. 239 A148. He would block it with his left palm across his body. A149. I would then attack with my right palm to his chest. PHOTO NO. 240
He would block this with his left palm from the outside. A150. I would then attack him with my left hook fist using the knuckles in a downward thrust so as not to hurt my wrist. I should lower my body and sit back onto my rear leg. PHOTO NO. 241. A151
ATTACKING WITH A SERIES OF ARROWS: (Opposite)
The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. Take your right palm under your left and do the slip block around to the S. and repeat the same movements only in reverse.
BEAR SPINS AROUND TO WARD OFF THE BEES:
Facing to the S. Step forward with your left foot in an 'L' stance and block inward with your left palm. He has just attacked you with a left strike. PHOTO NO. 242. A152 Take your right palm around your back as in the circular form and spin around on your left heel 360 deg. with weight on your left leg and strike at his ribs with your right fingers or palm. PHOTO NO. 243. A153. To the S. he grabs your right palm so ^you use No. 4. break to loose the hold. PHOTO NO. 244. Spin on your right heel counter C/W and block his re-attack with your left forearm. PHOTO NO.245. A154.
He might leap back and strike with an over head strike which you block upward with your left elbow as you step behind with your right foot. PHOTO NO. 246. A155. You
now kick him into his mid section with your left back kick. PHOTO NO. 247. If he jumps back to avoid the — kick, follow with another cross leg, PHOTO NO. 248 and step with your left foot to behind his right leg and opening your arms knock him over your left leg. Facing the S. PHOTO NO. 249. A156.
BEAR SPINS AROUND TO WARD OFF THE BEES: (Opposite)
With your left leg forward and facing the S. take your right palm under your left arm and swivel around to the N. Now you should perform the same as before only in reverse. The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. Block in from the outside with your right palm and spin around on your right heel in a counter C/W direction to attack with your left palm. Notice that you have not taken the first step as on the other side. PHOTO NO. 250. Loose your left palm with a No. 4. palm and spin on your left heel in a C/W direction to block. PHOTO NO. 251. Block upward with your right forearm as you step behind with your left foot and
kick with your right foot. To the N. place your right foot and step behind again then take a right step to open your arms. PHOTO NO. 252.
ATTACKING WITH BOTH PALMS TO STRIKE THE ARMPIT WITH ONE STEP:
Taking the left palm under the right to use slip block you swivel back to the S. to block his left attack. PHOTO NO. 253. A157.
You circle both palms over in a counter C/W circle to further push his arm to the left and taking one step forward with your right foot to the S. you attack his ribs with your fingers of both palms. PHOTO NO. 254. A158.
ATTACKING WITH BOTH PALMS TO STRIKE THE ARMPIT WITH ONE STEP: (Opposite)
Still facing the S. Take your right palm under your left in a block. The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. Then attack his ribs again as before only in reverse.
BREAKING THE ARM USING SLANTING SHOULDER, CHECKING THE GROIN:
The opponent grabs your right palm and drags it forward. You take a step with your right foot and take your right fingers upward to break the hold and re-grab his right wrist. PHOTO NO. 255. A159. He takes a step backwards with his right foot so you follow with your left foot and using the leverage of your shoulder you break his right arm. PHOTO NO. 256. A160. Then follow up with a left hooked palm to his groin for good measure.
Left foot forward and facing the S. PHOTO NO. 257.
BREAKING THE ARM USING SLANTING SHOULDER, CHECKING THE GROIN: (Opposite)
Take the left palm up as before to break the hold and re-grab.
Take a right step forward to the S. and break his left arm. Then finish with a groin attack as before only in reverse.
TURNING THE BODY TO CUT THE RIBS WITH PALM:
Take your right palm under your left and slip block to attack to his chest with your right palm with right foot forward to the S. PHOTO NO. 258. He would block with his left palm and come over the top with his right palm to attack my face. A161. I thrust my left palm out over my right palm to block his right arm and lift it upward. PHOTO NO. 259. A162. I also take a step forward to the S. with my left foot. I then take another step with my right foot as he passes by me and strike hi with my right palm into his kidney area. PHOTO NO. 260. A163.
I then spin around to the N. and further attack his ribs with my left palm. PHOTO NO. 261. (See following Page)
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