By C. M. Shifflett
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The Single Whip Tan Pien Same as Form 5, Figures 30, 31 Hold weight on right leg. Draw left foot with loose ankle close to right foot, not touching floor. Then move left leg to southwest diagonal in the Walking Step Space. Straighten left knee and place foot parallel to right foot. Body slants toward northeast. At the same time, move left arm down and in toward body chest high. As arm is moving, palm is up toward the face. Head moves from right to left side. Eyes look at left palm as it moves. (Fig.
181 with right fist instead of open hand) Warrior Form Wu Shih Keep weight on left leg with its bent knee. Turn left toes inward. Torso turns north and left arm moves with body: gradually straighten wrist and make a fist with fist-palm facing floor. Do not move right arm. (Fig. 182, with fists instead of open hands) Move right heel inward, bending right knee slightly. Left arm moves in a horizontal circle on a slight downward path with fist approaching right armpit. (Fig. 212) Quickly move left fist under right arm to right armpit; then in quick sequence remove right fist from left armpit making it go in front of left arm.
Torso turns north and left arm moves with body: gradually straighten wrist and make a fist with fist-palm facing floor. Do not move right arm. (Fig. 182, with fists instead of open hands) Move right heel inward, bending right knee slightly. Left arm moves in a horizontal circle on a slight downward path with fist approaching right armpit. (Fig. 212) Quickly move left fist under right arm to right armpit; then in quick sequence remove right fist from left armpit making it go in front of left arm.
Aikido Exercises for Teaching and Training by C. M. Shifflett