Wushu Other Taolu Routines The majority of routines used in the sport are new, modernized recompilations of traditional routines. However, routines taken directly from traditional styles, including the styles that are not part of standard events, may be performed in competition, especially in China. These routines generally do not garner as many points as their modern counterparts, and are performed in events separate from the compulsory routine events. Among these, the more commonly seen routines include: Baguazhang (八卦掌) – Eight-Trigrams Palm Bajiquan (八極拳/八极拳) – Eight Extremes Fist/Boxing Chaquan (查拳) – Cha Fist/Boxing Chuojiao (戳腳/戳脚) – Poking Feet Ditangquan (地躺拳) – Ground-Prone Fist/Boxing Fanziquan (翻子拳) – Tumbling Fist/Boxing Houquan (猴拳) – Monkey Fist/Boxing Huaquan (華拳/华拳) – Hua Fist/Boxing Nanquan (南拳) – Southern Fist Paochui (炮捶) – Cannon Punch Piguaquan (劈掛拳) – Chop-Hitch Fist/Boxing Shequan (蛇拳) – Snake Fist/Boxing Tantui (弹腿) – Spring Leg Tanglanquan (螳螂拳) – Praying Mantis Fist/Boxing Tongbeiquan (通背拳) – Through-the-Back Fist/Boxing Wing Chun (詠春拳/咏春拳) – Eternal Spring Xingyiquan (形意拳) – Shape-Intent Fist/Boxing Yingzhuaquan (鷹爪拳/鹰爪拳) – Eagle Claw Fist/Boxing Zuiquan (醉拳) – Drunken Fist/Boxing Traditional weapons routines There is also a traditional weapons category, which often includes the following: Changsuijian (長穗劍/长穗剑) – Long-Tasseled Sword Shuangshoujian (雙手劍/双手剑) – Two-Handed Sword Jiujiebian (九節鞭/九节鞭) – Nine Section Whip Sanjiegun (三節棍/三节棍) – Three Section Staff Shengbiao (繩鏢/绳镖) – Rope Dart Dadao (大刀) – Great Sword Pudao (撲刀/扑刀) – Horse Knife Emeici (峨嵋刺) – Emei Daggers Shuangdao (雙刀/双刀) – Double Broadsword Shuangjian (雙劍/双剑) – Double Straight-Sword Shuangbian (雙鞭/双鞭) – Double Nine Section Whips Shuanggou (雙鈎/双钩) – Double Hook-sword
Wushu Other Taolu Routines The majority of routines used in the sport are new, modernized recompilations of traditional routines. However, routines taken directly from traditional styles, including the styles that are not part of standard events, may be performed in competition, especially in China. These routines generally do not garner as many points as their modern counterparts, and are performed in events separate from the compulsory routine events. Among these, the more commonly seen routines include: Baguazhang (八卦掌) – Eight-Trigrams Palm Bajiquan (八極拳/八极拳) – Eight Extremes Fist/Boxing Chaquan (查拳) – Cha Fist/Boxing Chuojiao (戳腳/戳脚) – Poking Feet Ditangquan (地躺拳) – Ground-Prone Fist/Boxing Fanziquan (翻子拳) – Tumbling Fist/Boxing Houquan (猴拳) – Monkey Fist/Boxing Huaquan (華拳/华拳) – Hua Fist/Boxing Nanquan (南拳) – Southern Fist Paochui (炮捶) – Cannon Punch Piguaquan (劈掛拳) – Chop-Hitch Fist/Boxing Shequan (蛇拳) – Snake Fist/Boxing Tantui (弹腿) – Spring Leg Tanglanquan (螳螂拳) – Praying Mantis Fist/Boxing Tongbeiquan (通背拳) – Through-the-Back Fist/Boxing Wing Chun (詠春拳/咏春拳) – Eternal Spring Xingyiquan (形意拳) – Shape-Intent Fist/Boxing Yingzhuaquan (鷹爪拳/鹰爪拳) – Eagle Claw Fist/Boxing Zuiquan (醉拳) – Drunken Fist/Boxing Traditional weapons routines There is also a traditional weapons category, which often includes the following: Changsuijian (長穗劍/长穗剑) – Long-Tasseled Sword Shuangshoujian (雙手劍/双手剑) – Two-Handed Sword Jiujiebian (九節鞭/九节鞭) – Nine Section Whip Sanjiegun (三節棍/三节棍) – Three Section Staff Shengbiao (繩鏢/绳镖) – Rope Dart Dadao (大刀) – Great Sword Pudao (撲刀/扑刀) – Horse Knife Emeici (峨嵋刺) – Emei Daggers Shuangdao (雙刀/双刀) – Double Broadsword Shuangjian (雙劍/双剑) – Double Straight-Sword Shuangbian (雙鞭/双鞭) – Double Nine Section Whips Shuanggou (雙鈎/双钩) – Double Hook-sword
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