The pole whip was created by tie Gai, a shepherd in the Han Dynasty. When Gai was shepherding, some wolves attacked the sheep and Gai beat the hungry wolves with the whip. After the continuous development of later generations, this weapon is also called “Shepherd’s whip“.
Spread in Hebei area folk. It can be used with both hardware and software. One end of a section of wooden stick (white wax stick is suitable) is installed with an iron crane, and 3-4 rings are set on it. One ring is bound with a twist rope made of cowhide, and the rope head is made of an iron cone. The length of the stick should be straight, with one end touching the ground and the other end flush with the breast socket; The rope is the same length as the stick.
The main striking methods are: whirling, winding, entangle, back, abduction, cover, hitting, sweeping, stomping, rolling and so on. In practice, sometimes the whip is used instead of the whip, sometimes the whip is used with the stick, and the whip and the stick are used simultaneously, mainly with the whip.
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