“Reverse Reeling Forearm (倒卷肱)”is a technique to entangle the opponent punch with your hand to draw back, and hit back to their face with your palm hand.
First, you take an invitation stance posture to induce the opponent’s attack to your face.
It would be advantageous if you could have your opponent punch at your own timing.
(See Photo 1 below)
Then, get the timing of the opponent punch and touch their wrist with your right hand.
While listening to the movement direction of the opponent punch, you will draw back their punch into your center.
(See photo 2 above)
Half-facing posture (半身) with keeping the right shoulder front should be kept while drawing the opponent.
Pulls the opponent’s punch to the position of your navel, and then turns to counterattack.
At this moment, you switch your posture from the front right shoulder to the front left shoulder.
(See Photo 3 below)
At the viewpoint from the opponent, it is like the punch going to be swallowed into the marsh.
Historically it seems that this technique has been developed while fighting to the northern Chinese martial artists, which place their weight of seventy percent on the forefoot while punching.