Shaolin Iron Skill Kung Fu : Bow Stance Iron Palm Kung Fu Training
Now I’m going to show you another way to practice
your Iron Palm. Earlier we did the Horse Stance. Now I’m going to show you the Bow Stance.
So earlier is a Horse Stance. Bow Stance, we do the same thing, okay, but just standing
in Bow Stance and up. When you feel tired with your legs, you want to shift and change
to the right hand. Okay. And of course, do this for a couple hundred times. You can do
it like with a combination or you could just do Bow Stance and slap, slap a hundred times
and switch legs and switch hands and slap. Switch and chop. Okay then chop. Okay. And
of course you could also do it with the elbow. Okay. So this is hitting the, hitting the
box with the Bow Stance. Okay. Now whatever you do to one side, you do to the other. And
same thing, the first stage, you hit the beans for six months, then go on to the next stage,
you hit the gravel for another six months. Then you come up to steel or pebbles. So you
put up with a lot of pebbles probably about forty five pounds and do the same thing for
another two year or more. Okay. You still hit it. Palm, okay palm. Chop. Chop. Back
hand. Back hand. And of course you could do a combination of one, two, three. And switch
sides, one, two, three. Do that for a couple of years and you should be strong to break
some bricks. Okay. And in the next segment I’m going to show you the actual brick breaking.
This concludes this section.