- Use your weight to deliver a punch that will knock opponent off balance and the follow through will knock him back AT LEAST a few steps.
- knees bent, head low, fists on kidneys (opposite thumb)
- step back hands are at your side and knees are bent.
- you should have stepped with same foot as strong hand.
- use your leg to propel you forward (not jumping).
- launch hand STRAIGHT toward target
- when you hit arm shouldn't be extended all way
- push as hard as possible with fist (straighting it)
- face (dont break anything)
- chest (most knockback effect)
- stomach (knockout)
- arms (will barely be able to move arms)
- This is a move of opportunity, whatever art you are, you will value this better if used when target is already off balance.
- DO NOT just use it; they must be off guard or they will plant one in your face.
- Most challenging part of this move is learning WHEN to use it.
- I've mastered these and others I knocked a taekwondo master on his back with one hit, this one.
- Results will not be equal it depends on your weight.
- Dont use in the air because it puts tremendous pressure on elbows that's why you hit not straightened.
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- Date: 12/2/06 at 13:48
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