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*Lure technique, to borrow opponent's force up to 90% if its momentum.  
 
*Lure technique, to borrow opponent's force up to 90% if its momentum.  
 
*Pick technique, to pick opponent's weapon while using its momentum and toss it upward.
 
*Pick technique, to pick opponent's weapon while using its momentum and toss it upward.
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*Trip technique, to make the stick movements in continuous fashion like the flow of the river until hitting the opponent is succeeded. It contains many variations.
 
   
 
   
  

Latest revision as of 15:52, 30 July 2010

The Dog Beating Stick Technique has eight main principles - Trip, Block, Trap, Poke, Pick, Lure, Steal and Turn.

  • Trap technique, to make the stick like a vine winding round a tree; no matter how the tree grows in width, the vine would not be separated from the tree.
  • Turn technique, to force the opponent to follow himself, but causing the opponent to see a mass of flashes and shadows. This will make the opponent to leave no room to escape.
  • Lure technique, to borrow opponent's force up to 90% if its momentum.
  • Pick technique, to pick opponent's weapon while using its momentum and toss it upward.
  • Trip technique, to make the stick movements in continuous fashion like the flow of the river until hitting the opponent is succeeded. It contains many variations.


The Strokes


  • Stick Hits Dog’s Head
  • Flipping Up and Cutting the Dog’s Butt
  • Dog's Back Slant Beating
  • Poke Back Dog Butt
  • Stirring Rash Dog
  • No Mercy Stick Poke
  • No Dogs Under Heaven
  • Stick Beats Two Dogs
  • Hitting the Dog's Back From The Side
  • Snatching the Stick From the Dog's Mouth
  • To Push the Dog to Lower its Head
  • Cutting Off A Vicious Dog’s Path
  • Pressure on the Dog’s Back
  • Facing the Dog to the Sky