Wushu Stances - Contemporary Wushu Stances

Contemporary Wushu Stances

In contemporary wushu there are five basic stances: "Gong Bu" (bow stance), "Ma Bu" (horse stance), "Xie Bu" (rest stance), "Pu Bu" (flat stance), and "Xu Bu" (false stance).

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