Pair Practices

After a basic level of training has been achieved in the circle-walking, the circle walking and basic palms can be used to train the pair practices, and all the bagua principles can be applied to martial art training. Some of these principles are: pushing, lifting, dragging, leading, rejecting, locking, swooping, drilling. Training the pair practices Bagua practitioners can learn to use these principles for martial arts and self-defense.

There are 8 different pair practices:

1) Using the pair practice to train the changing palms (single changing,

double changing, and following changing palms).

2) Using the pair practice to train drawing and leading palms, practicing
drawing and leading the opponents oncoming force away from the body.

3) Using the pair practice to train the spearing palms (chuangzhang).

4) Using the pair practice to train the pressing down palm (yazhang).

5) Using the pair practice to train the coiling palms (??).

6) Using the pair practice to train the shoving palms (zhuangzhang).

7) Using the pair practice to train the dragging palms (daishou).

8)   Using the pair practice to train the grabbing and locking
palms. 

8 mother palms for training the pair practice:

1) Dragon style pair practice 2) Bear style pair practice 3) Lion style
pair practice4) Crab style pair practice 5) Eagle style pair practice 6) Single
hook style pair practice 7) Reaching toward the heaven and earth style pair
practice 8) Yin yang fish style pair practice.

 

 

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