KUNGFU, ARMED OR UNARMED, IS ALIFE

Traveling Dragon Sword

Here is "Night Guard Tests Water" using a Bow-Arrow Stance instead of a Single-Leg Stance as in the set

Kungfu, armed or unarmed, is alive; we should not limit ourselves to rigidity. If a pattern is performed in a Single-Leg Stance in a set, for example, it does not mean that we must always use it in that stance. If the situation warrants it, we may perform the same pattern in a different stance, as in the pattern "Night Guard Tests Sea" performed here in a Bow-Arrow Stance whereas it appears in the Sword set in a Single-Leg Stance. Sometimes a different name is used when the stance changes, especially when this happens often; sometimes the same name is retained.

The pattern "Jade Belt Circles Waist" is a horizontal sweep against an opponent's waist. But it can also be used against other parts of an opponent's body, as well as a slicing instead of a sweeping attack.

Kungfu, Armed or Unarmed, is Alive

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Point at Stars Look at Moon Night Guard Tests Sea Green Dragon Plays with Pearl
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Whirlwind Sweeps Leaves Open Rock to Find Gold Immortal Draws Talismans
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Separate Mists to Find Silence Jade Belt Circles Waist Point at Stars Look at Moon


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