(Linking Step Fist or Step Practice Boxing)
Lian Bu Quan (Lien Pu Chuan) or Linking Step Fist or Step Practice Boxing is named after the south western province which made it famous. It was widely practiced by the Chinese National Army in the 1930s and 1940s. In adjacent provinces this form is also known as Szechwan Linked Fist. Sometimes it is referred to as Consecutive Step Fist.