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Form 17: Yan Shou Gong Chui (Cover Hands and-Strike with Arm)

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« on: 30.06.14 at 06:25:32 »

This form is named after the feature of power release. It refers to the movement of punching with two hands covered to conceal the fist throwing point. Yan means  "close, cover" ; Gong refers to the part of the arm between the elbow and the shoulder; Chui means  "fist."

Detailed Explanation
Lower limbs: Step leftward with the left heel not off the ground; transfer weight to between two legs and bend two knees to a half squat; transfer weight slightly rightward and then leftward to form into a left bow stance.
Upper limbs: Bend the knees to a half squat as the left foot moves leftward, turn two palms inward before the face and move them downward until they cross (with the left palm over the right one) at the right side of the lower abdomen, and part them to both sides, with the palms turning outward and level with the shoulder; as weight is transferred rightward, turn two arms outward with elbows moving inward, position the left palm to the front of the body with the palm facing upward and level with the shoulder, turn the right palm into a fist, and curve arms and cross them before the chest, with the palm side of fist facing upward, eyes looking at the left palm; as the lower limbs move into a left bow stance, turn left the upper part of the body, turn the right fist and shoot it out forward with the thumb side of fist facing downward , and withdraw the left palm to the left abdomen, eyes looking at the right fist.

Key Point
The movements should show the natural and reverse reeling in Tai Chi Boxing, with both sides of the waist constantly changing in emptiness and solidness. Move the waist and back like a tensioned bow; and shoot the fist out like shooting an arrow.
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