The Bagaodao includes all the fundamental as well as key movements for chinese sabers. The training would enhance the saber-hand-body-steps coordination so that attacks and blocks could be done in an agile way. The name Fupuqunyanggun was come from the analogue of a tiger hunting in a sheep flock. The characteristics of this routine are those of the Shaolin Mystic family --- swiftness, fast reaction and maneuvering, etc. It contains northern double-end staff skills like chopping, upper cutting, blocking, point striking, sweeping, intercepting, etc. It is an ideal routine for beginners of staves. The routine Wufuqiang emphasis on the middle-straight piercing skill. The actions must be precise( three points(elbow, knee and ankle) in line), quick to release and return( switching between Yin and Yang). The supplementary long range chop, short-range strike, hold and catch skills make the spear skill all rounded. This routine is highly recommended for beginners of the spears, and can build up one's arm, wrist and leg strength quickly.