The Rooster System is characterized as the crouching/ lying palm, which has a strong and solid external frame while being soft and flowing internally. The quadrants of the dantian is in constant motion, empty to solid, and the chest concaved which originates from the shape of li trigram.The martial system of the Rooster methodically dodges and shifts the whole body with deep footwork keeping the practitioner's center of gravity close to the ground. It will dodge its body down and around an opponent using extreme height changes and long, low steps known as the Lying Step. The Rooster generates segmented power through the elbow symbolizing the broken line in the middle of the trigram. The Li trigram Rooster system utilizes single/double arm spherical rotations and short force with the palm strikes. The core palm may be held flat for pressing, or hollowed for tearing and scratching an opponent. The chest is kept concaved and pulled back protecting the vital organs from attack, and to move the core and torso out of danger first while the extremities follow during neutralization. The Rooster's striking methods are: Dodging, Extending, Rising, Shifting, Entering, Whipping, Rushing, and Piercing.