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Rou Shou

Soft Hands; also known as San Shou or Free Hands in Taiwan. A two-person fighting preparation technique practiced in ba gua (and some hsing-i schools) in which the arms of the partners are in continuous spiraling contact. Rou Shou can be likened to a combination of tai chi Push Hands, judo, and wing chun sticky hands.

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