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The quan-shu style is distinguished by short and polished complexes, strictness and strength of the rhythm, by high density of fist motions, swiftness of the hand motions, using such basic hand strikes as chun (direct strikes), bin (" to remove a quiver "), ho (" to penetrate through crack "), tyao ("to raise" "to prick"), that ("to prop up"), gun ("to roll"), pi ("chopping" strikes), cha ("a fork"), dyao ("seizure - hook"), go ("to encircle", "tie"), cou ("to linger over", "to press"), lou ("to cling"), fan ("to close"), so ("to lock"), gai ("to cover"), ja ("to press") and so on.
Its features are: fist motions are not aimless; if "bin" motion is not performed, then "tyao" motion is; if not "to" motion, then "pi" motion; hands perform either "dyao" or "go"; either "cou" or "lou" motions; one method can have several functions; various methods can have one function common for all; shuttle movements are performed continuously; shifting is swift, hand motions are made by high density; motions resemble shooting from an automatic gun; forms are made of sets of circular movements, upward and backward movements, rotations and turns; it seems that there is "a blade hidden" in the breast; shifting from one motion to another are graceful and natural. Phanziquan equally develops all body functions.

Phanziquan style taolu


One of the quan-shu (Chinese box) varieties is called phenzi, or phenziquan. Phanziquan is defined as “hung out crackers” in Wushu. The early version of taolu had only one part performed, but during last decades the number of the forms is increasing. Sport Wushu added some taolu phanziquan in competitions program. The main taolu are: kid chuanpha, sibaphan, lushouphan, kushouphan, dzincanphan, etc. Phanziquan also includes special weaponry, such as: babulen handin shoudo ("Contact of a knife with eight steps and hand-with-hand contact"), stabbing with a knife, tsin chandao (" The knife striving for a fight "), etc. In phanziquan the greatest attention paid to fragility, speed, and hardness.


For the last decades phanziquan, chuojio, piguaquan are combined in one system and spread together, therefore they are recognized by tongbei forces, by swallowing and spittinng out, digesting and mixing, and a strong chopping motion. There are distinctive features, such as the ability to recover strength, quickly and effectively. There are low and shaking forms, performed at once.

Phanziquan complexes are included in the obligatory program for belt certification in the school of the Wushu Federation.



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