6- 仆步 (Pū Bù): Flat Stance or Crouch Stance
The right leg is completely fold and on the same line with the right shoulder, the thighs and calves are close, the buttocks are close to the right calf, both feet are on the ground, toes and knees “look” outward;
The left leg is straight and flat, the toes are buckled, and the whole foot touches the ground.
The distance between the feet are 4-5 times the width of the foot
When the right leg is flat, it will be the right pū bù. Your eyes must Look on the right side.
When the left leg is flat, it will be the left pū bù. Your eyes must Look on the left side.
7- 独立步 (Dú Lì Bù): One-legged Stance
独立步 支撑腿微屈站稳，另一腿屈膝提起，举于体前，大腿高 于水平。
The support leg is slightly flexed and stabilized, and the other leg is lifted. The thigh is higher than the hips level.
8- 虚步 (Xū Bù): Empty Stance
Xū-bù is one of the five basic stance in martial arts (gōng bù, mǎ bù, xū bù, pū bù, xiē bù) .
The two feet are parallely opened, the vertical distance between the 2 feet is about three times the length of the foot. The knee of supporting leg are half-bent, the thigh are close to be horizontal and the sole of this foot is on the ground. The center of gravity is between the legs.
The main strength of the body must be on the support leg.
9- 歇步 (Xiē Bù): Crosslegged-sitting Stance or Resting Stance
Starting from Kāi Lì Bù, must do a cross-pass (on the left or right), then must sit on the foot behind, exactlly on to the heel. Both hands must be in Bào Quán position. Must look ahead or to the left (or right). When the left foot is in front so this is left xiē bù; When the right foot is in front so this is right xiē bù.
10- 坐盘步 (Zuò Pán Bù): Sit as a tray- Stance or Dish Stance
The legs are crossed, the left leg is bent to the ground and the athlete must completely sit on the ground, the heel is close to the buttocks, and the right leg is on the left leg, so that the right knee is close to the chest.
When the left leg is close to the chest so this is left zuò pán bù; When the right leg is close to the chest so this is right zuò pán bù.
11-丁步 (Dīng bù): T-Stance
Dīng Bù (left and right) starts from Kāi Lì Bù, legs bent to half a squat, one foot sole is fully on the ground, the other foot toes are pointed on the forefoot bow (fully on the ground), the upper body is straight,.
ALL OF THESE PICTURES WERE FOUND ONLINE ON PUBBLIC WEBSITE AND SOME OF THESE ART WORKS WERE CREATED BY GUY ROBINSON OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA (also found online on pubblic website).