The basic fist strikes that you might find in self-defense and western style martial arts, such as boxing. This will specifically address the straight punch, jab, hook, uppercut, and additionally, the Hammer Fist—which is the most commonly utilized fist strike of untrained people.
The basic fist strikes that you might find in self-defense and western style martial arts, such as boxing. This course specifically addresses the straight punch, jab, hook, uppercut, and additionally, the Hammer Fist—which is the most commonly utilized fist strike of untrained people.
The overall purpose of teaching these strikes is to give those who are more inclined to hit with fists a paradigm of movement that is consistent across all strikes and that easily chains them together into a powerful flow with knockout potential in every strike.
|The jab is a great way to setup more powerful strikes and to maintain space. Obviously this is more of a long engagement type of strike versus a fight ending strike in most cases.|
|The Straight or Cross||00:04:00|
|The cross or straight punch is one of the fastest and most powerful punches in most peoples arsenal of fist strikes when done well. With understanding of great mechanics you can increase the power and speed and unite your strikes with an entire movement paradigm.|
|The Hook can be performed from the lead and rear hand positions. The most common and most powerful is usually delivered from the rear hand position.|
|Deep explanation and demonstration from multiple perspectives of the uppercut punch as done in Guerrilla Self Protection.|
|The Hammer Fist||00:04:00|
|This takes the basic instinctual method to the next level by teaching how to strike with more skill using a more relaxed hand, rotation, and flow considerations.|
|Supported Hammer Fist||00:02:00|
|The Supported Hammer Fist is a hammer fist variation that uses both hands for power. Much like the swing of a racquet or a baseball bat this hit uses the entire body when done well.|
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