39. Push Forearm With Horse-Riding Step
(l) Land the right foot in front, shift the weight to the right leg, and turn the upper body to the right. Turn the right arm inward and the palm in an arc downward to the right. Turn the left arm outward and the left palm upward and to the right in an arc. Look straight ahead. (Fig. 208)
(2) Withdraw the left foot to the inner side of the right foot. Turn the right palm upward and hold it by the side of the right ear. Change the left palm into a fist and place it in front of the chest, knuckles up. Look forward. (Fig. 209)
(3) Move the left foot forward to the left (southwest), shift the weight slightly forward to form the send-horse stance (weight slightly to the right leg), and turn the upper body slightly to the left. Move the left forearm downward past the abdomen before pushing it forward, and bend the left arm slightly to stop by the left side of the body, knuckles up and fist above the left knee. Drop the left palm by the inner side of the left elbow, palm forward, and push the left arm forward (the push may be done with an explosive force). Look ahead and to the left (southwest). (Fig. 210)
Points for attention: The forward steps should be executed with the heel on the floor first, and then the whole foot on the M as the weight shifts forward. In the final position, face the southwest, move the waist forward and downward to keep the steps stable, and the upper body upright. If the explosive force is released, it should originate from the waist and legs. The angle between the feet in the semi-horse stance should not be greater than 90 degrees. The weight is slightly on the rear leg. The crotch should be circular and the rear knee slightly inward.