List of The 72 Shaolin Martial Arts - Foot Striking Skill

The Foot Striking Skill (足射功, Zú shè gōng, literally: Foot Shooting Skill) allows the practitioner to inflict damage on an opponent using his toes. During training, the practitioner uses stones to strike his toes. The weight of the stones used increases as his training progresses.

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