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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #15 on: March 24, 2004, 02:08:16 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 6 (b)

Attack:

Attacker steps forward with the Attacker's left foot toward the Defender and to the 6:00 direction, into an "Orthodox Boxing Stance" while simultaneously executing a "Right Cross Punch" targeting the Defender's head.

Defense:

01. Defender steps out with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shifting the stance from a "post Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 11:00 while executing first a left open hand parry block strike to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm, followed by a "Right Upward Block Strike" to the same right punching arm targeting just behind the elbow in a clockwise motion (Heart 2).

02. Defender steps forward toward the 1:00 direction with the Defender's right foot while "swinging" the Attacker's right punching arm in a clockwise motion with the right open hand and wrist of the Defender until the punching arm is "tucked" under the Defender's left arm pit and pinned down against the left side of the Defender's chest with the Defender's left arm and elbow.  Defender's elbow is pointing down.  The Defender also has executed an under handed open hand palm up strike to the upper part of the Attacker's right punching arm on the bicep side targeting (Heart 2).  This turns the Attacker clockwise, exposing the Attacker's lower ribs on the Attacker's right side.

03. Defender continues the step forward motion until the Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 11:00 direction to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to the 1:00 direction. As this transition is accomplished the Defender executes a "Right Forearm, Bottom Fist Strike" that hits with the back of the hand first then rolls, striking the small floating rib and back area around the kidney region.

04. Defender shifts back slightly into a "Right Flexible T Stance" giving space between the Attacker and Defender making room for the next movement.

05. Defender shifts the stance forward back into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 1:00 while executing a "Right Forearm Strike" to the right side of the neck of the Attacker while pulling back with the Defender's left hand on the Attacker's right punching arm at just above the elbow, knocking the Attacker off balance toward 8:00 and adding power to the right forearm strike.

06. Defender uses the right forearm striking arm to grab the back of the Attacker's neck pulling the Attacker down and toward the 6:00 direction.

07. Defender steps forward with the Defender's left foot into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction while continuing to pull down the Attacker by the back of the neck.

08. Defender from the "Left Forward Stance" executes a left downward palm strike to the middle of the back opposite the Attacker's solar plexus while simultaneously executing a right upward knee lift to the Attacker's solar plexus.

09. The knee lift acts as a "Jump Up", after the palm slap on the Attacker's back and the knee to the solar plexus the supporting left leg is now off the ground.  The Defender lands into a "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to 2:00. As the Defender lands into the kneeling stance, the Defender executes a "Right Downward Elbow Strike" using the point of the right elbow to target the middle of the Attacker's back between the Attacker's shoulder blades.

10. Defender then pushes the Attacker with both hands down and toward the 2:00 direction then steps back into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for any more potential attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2004, 03:50:31 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 7 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. From a "Post Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction, the Defender steps with the left foot toward the 8:30 direction shifting the stance to a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 2:30. As this stance transition is being accomplished, the Defender executes a "Butterfly Block" with the left hand on top of the right hand with palm heels touching, to catch the on coming punch to place the Attacker's right fist and wrist into a wrist lock.

02. The Defender steps to the 6:00 direction with the right foot shifting the stance from a "Right Flexible T Stance" to a "Left Flexible T Stance" facing to 12:00 while pulling on the right wrist fist and arm of the Attacker toward 6:00, stealing the Attacker's balance. As the Defender shifts the stance and pulls on the Attacker's arm, circle the Attacker's right arm in a counter clockwise motion so that the Attacker's right arm and both of the defender's arms point straight up to the vertical 12:00 direction. As this motion is accomplished bend the Attacker's wrist and fist toward the horizontal 12:00 mark.

03. Continue the counter clockwise motion of the Attacker's right wrist, fist and arm with the Defender's left hand while letting go of the Attacker's right wrist with the Defender's right hand.  Drop the right hand down and circle around in a counter clockwise windmill type motion. Step with the left foot toward the 9:30 direction shifting the stance first from the "Left Flexible T Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 then to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 12:00, while continuing the counter clockwise motion of the Defender's right arm.  The transition to the "Left Kneeling Stance" should coincide with the downward right fist knuckle rake to the groin of the Attacker.

04. Continue the counter clockwise motion of the Defender's right arm so that the right arm circles toward the face of the Attacker.  As this is being accomplished the Defender's right fist is opened so that the palm is facing toward the Attacker's face giving the impression that the Defender intends on striking downward to the Attacker's face. The Defender rises up on the left leg and executes a sharp right front snap kick to the Attacker's groin.

05. Defender retracts the right snap kick to shift to a right cross step stance with the right foot pointing to 2:00 and the left foot on the ball of the foot.  As this drop shift stance is accomplished, the Defender strikes with a right downward forearm/hammer fist strike to the Attacker's mid right bicep in a direction toward 10:00, which jars the Attacker off balance in that direction.

06. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 10:00.  While this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes a "Right Palm Down Chop Strike" to the Attacker's right side of the neck (Stomach Nine is a possible or points on the back of the neck) and simultaneously pulls back with the left locking hand toward 8:00, stretching the Attacker's Arm out.  Defender then grabs the Attacker's neck and upper shoulder, digging the knuckles into the sensitive points in that area. Defender twists to the left and pushes the Attacker down.

07. As the Attacker falls on the Attacker's left side, pinning the Attacker's left arm to the ground, the Defender slides the Defender's right grasping hand down the Attacker's right arm so that the Defender's right palm hand hyper extends upward the Attacker's right arm at the elbow while landing on the Attacker's upper ribs with the Defender's right knee and shin.

08. After the Attacker is pinned and turned away from the Defender, the Defender executes a "Right Back Fist Strike" to the back of the neck of the Attacker using the little and ring finger knuckles.

09. Defender stands up and turns to the right into a "Right Forward Stance" using the Defender's right shin to roll the Attacker's body further onto the Attacker's left arm while pulling up on the Attacker's right arm with both of the Defender's hands.

10. From the "Right Forward Stance" the Defender executes a "Left Front Snap Kick" to the back of the Attacker's head.

11. Defender releases the Attacker's right arm, steps back into a guarded position, looking around for other potential Attackers.
« Last Edit: April 06, 2004, 06:59:51 AM by BB54 »
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #17 on: April 08, 2004, 07:26:49 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 7 (b)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. From a "Post Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction, the Defender steps with the left foot toward the 8:30 direction shifting the stance to a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 2:30. As this stance transition is being accomplished, the Defender executes a "Butterfly Block" with the right hand on top of the left hand with palm heels touching, to catch the on coming punch, to place the Attacker's right fist and wrist into a wrist lock.

02. Defender first steps with the right foot toward the 6:00 shifting the stance from a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 2:30 to a "Left Flexible T Stance" facing to 12:00.  While this stance transition is being accomplished, the Defender first pulls on the Attacker's right wrist and arm toward the 6:00 direction, pulling the Attacker off balance, then circling the Attacker's right punching arm with both of the Defender's hands in a clockwise motion toward the 10:00 direction.

03. Defender transfers all the power of the wrist lock to the Defender's left hand while shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.

04. Defender executes a "Right Downward Back Fist Strike" to the back of the Attacker's right ear in such a manner as to drive through in counter clockwise motion.

05. As the Defender's right fist is circling in a counter clockwise motion, the Defender executes a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the groin of the Attacker using the kick as a spring board to land in a "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark.

06. As the Defender lands into a "Right Kneeling Stance", the circling right forearm and fist should meet and strike the Attacker's right punching arm at just above the elbow on the Triceps muscle, further bending the Attacker over at the waist.

07. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 6:00 direction into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while using the Defender's right forearm strike, to the Attacker's Triceps muscle, to drag the Attacker forward toward the 6:00 direction pulling the Attacker further off balance.

08. Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00 while simultaneously executing a "Right Bottom Fist Strike" to the Attacker jaw and neck on the Attacker's right side.  The strike will use part of the forearm to strike the neck.

09. From the "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00, the Defender uses the stance shift to add power when next executing a "Left Vertical Hook Punch" to the right side of the Attacker's neck, knocking the Attacker off balance toward the 2:30 direction.

10. As the Attacker weights the left front leg, the Defender executes a "Left Front Round House Shin Kick" to just above the Attacker's left knee.

11. Defender steps back with the left foot toward the 8:00 direction into a guarded position looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.

« Last Edit: April 08, 2004, 07:28:50 AM by BB54 »
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #18 on: April 08, 2004, 04:03:30 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Technique # 8 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. From a "Post Stance", the Defender steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction while simultaneously executing a "Left Open Hand Inward Palm Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punch targeting around the elbow.

02. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, the Defender executes a "Right Thumb Down Inverted Punch" (Depending on the availability, the targeting is as follows; Solar Plexus, Sternum, three inches below the collar bone on the Attacker's left side which are Lung and Pericardium points, or the same points on the Attacker's right side)

03. Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 and uses the right inverted punch to execute a "Right Uppercut Punch" to the Attacker's right floating rib.

04. Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 1:00 to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is accomplished, the Defender uses an open hand (Shuto) with the fingers stiff and pointing to 12:00 to slash down the Attacker from navel to groin while using a Kia from a low octave to a high octave. This attacks the conception vessel and stuns the Attacker.

05. From the "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 12:00, stand up to shift to a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 3:00 while simultaneously moving the Defender's right arm in a clockwise motion (windmill type block) to deflect the Attacker's right arm and move the Attacker's body toward the 5:00 direction.

06. From the "Right Flexible T Stance" execute a "Left Downward Open Hand Palm Strike" to the Attacker's back at the level of the left shoulder blade and just off center of the spine, and a "Right Knee Lift" to the Attacker's Solar Plexus. ( The palm strike is slightly before the knee lift)

07. Defender steps down hard with the right leg into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00 while simultaneously executing a "Right Downward Chop Strike" to the back of the neck of the Attacker.

08. Defender then executes a double simultaneous palm heel strikes, with the left palm striking the Attacker's right hip and the right palm striking the Attacker's right shoulder, knocking the Attacker down toward the 3:00 mark.  

09. Defender steps back toward the 9:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.  

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #19 on: April 09, 2004, 10:35:27 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 8 (b)

Attack:

Attacker steps toward the Defender and to the 6:00 direction with the Attacker's left foot into an Orthodox Boxing Stance and executes a "Right Cross Punch" targeting the Defender's head.

Defense:

01. From a "Post Stance", the Defender steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction while simultaneously executing a "Left Open Hand Inward Palm Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punch targeting around the elbow.

02. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, the Defender executes a "Right Thumb Down Inverted Punch" (Depending on the availability, the targeting is as follows; Solar Plexus, Sternum, three inches below the collar bone on the Attacker's left side which are Lung and Pericardium points, or the same points on the Attacker's right side.

03. Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 and uses the right inverted punch to execute a "Right Uppercut Punch" to the Attacker's right floating rib.

04. Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 1:00 to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is accomplished, the Defender uses an open hand (Shuto) with the fingers stiff and pointing to 12:00 to slash down the Attacker from navel to groin while using a Kia from a low octave to a high octave. This attacks the conception vessel and stuns the Attacker.

05. Defender stands up and steps forward with the left foot toward the 12:00 direction shifting the stance from a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing toward 12:00 to a "Riding Horse Stance" (on the 12:00 to 6:00 line) facing to the 3:00 direction.

06. From the "Riding Horse Stance" the Defender executes a left inverted thumb pointing down punch to the left of the spine of the Attacker at the level of the shoulder blades, using the first two knuckles and striking in the direction of the Attacker's heart. Less than a half a beat later the Defender executes a right inverted thumb down punch, striking the Attacker's solar plexus in the direction of the Attacker's heart.

07. Defender executes a "Left Open Hand Palm Down Strike" to the Attacker's mid back and a "Right knee Lift" to the Attacker's solar plexus (the palm strike is slightly before the knee lift) while raising the Defender's right arm up in preparation for a downward chop strike.

08. Defender steps down hard into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00 while executing a "Right Downward Forearm and Chop Strike" to the back of the neck of the Attacker.

09. Defender then executes a double palm heel strike with the left palm to the Attacker's right hip and the right palm strike to the Attacker's right shoulder ( the left palm strike is slightly before the right) knocking the Attacker down toward the 3:00 mark.

10. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 8:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.
« Last Edit: April 09, 2004, 10:37:30 AM by BB54 »
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #20 on: April 10, 2004, 12:32:54 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 10 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender from a natural stance facing to 12:00 with both feet pointing toward the same direction, turns to the left in a counter clockwise motion and lowers the body quickly into a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 9:00 direction, ducking under the Attacker's punch and executing a "Right Vertical Punch" to the Attacker's groin and placing the Defender's left open hand positioned away from the Defender's chest about a forearm's length all simultaneously.

02. The Defender from the kneeling position, executes a right uppercut punch to the Attacker's point of the jaw.

03. The Defender then stands up, steps forward with the right foot between the legs of the Attacker and toward the 12:00 direction while executing a "Left Ox Jaw Strike" to just under and behind the Attacker's right elbow.  The stance is shifted to a "Right Forward Stance".  This "Ox Jaw Strike" uses the web of the left hand between the left index finger and left thumb to drive the Attacker's right punching arm, up and back at about a 45 degree angle, knocking the Attacker's balance off toward the 12:00 mark. At the same time this ox jaw strike is being applied the Defender executes a right open hand shuto type strike with all the finger stiff and pointing toward 12:00, using this weapon to slash down the center of the body of the Attacker while issuing a low to high octave yell. The uppercut punch is not withdrawn but is used for the slash.

04. Defender quickly slides the left hand down the Attacker's right side to grasp and pull back on the Attacker's inner right calf muscle, while simultaneously executing a downward right elbow strike to the Attacker's upper chest to the abdomen (point of the elbow is up and travels down the center of the Attacker's body) and lowering the stance from a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to the 11:00 mark. The elbow strike is accomplished by circling the right slashing arm in a counter clockwise motion.

05. As the Attacker falls backwards toward the 12:00 mark, the Defender executes the following movements; (a) pulls back on the Attacker's calf muscle and therefore  right leg toward the 6:00 mark (b) shifts the stance from a "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to 11:00 to a "Right Back Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark (c) tucks the Attacker's right ankle under the Defender's right arm and elbow with the elbow bones striking the Attacker's ankle bone.  This pulling action should drag the Attacker onto the Defender's right shin bone.  As all of these motions are being accomplished the Defender circles the right arm in a counter clockwise motion, using the Defender's right back fist to clear away the potential left kick.  This motion of the arm is in preparation for a downward forearm strike.

06. Defender shifts the body to the left in a counter clockwise motion further dragging the Attacker onto the right shin of the Defender, bending the Attacker's right leg around the Defender's body and placing the Defender's right knee into the Attacker's right leg at just above the knee joint.  This movement shifts the stance slightly from a right back stance to a right kneeling stance facing to 9:30.

07. The Defender bends forward at the waist toward the 9:00 direction adding power to the forearm strike.

08. Defender from the "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to 9:30 executes a "Right Downward Forearm Strike" to the Attacker's right leg at just above the knee.

09. Defender steps back toward 6:00 with the right leg throwing the Attacker's right leg away toward the 3:00 mark with the Defender's left hand.

10. Defender steps back again with the left foot toward 6:00 into a guarded position while looking around in all directions for other potential attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #21 on: April 20, 2004, 02:14:52 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 1 (b)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch targeting the Defender's face while standing in a Orthodox Boxing Stance, then executes a left hook punch to the Defender's head.

Defense:

01. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 while executing first a "Left Inward Open Hand Palm Parry Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow, secondly a "Right High Outward L Shaped Block Strike" to just behind the Attacker's elbow on the triceps muscle.

02. Position the left fist by the left ear with the palm facing away from the body, in preparation for an inward type block strike.

03. Execute a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin.

04. Place the right kicking leg down toward the 2:00 mark shifting the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance shift is accomplished, execute a "Left Inward Block Strike" to the Attacker's left punching arm, targeting between the biceps muscle and the deltoid muscle. The weapon used is a bottom fist strike, making sure that the little finger side of the wrist bone and the forearm is used to make the effect.  Keep the right outward block striking arm held up adding extra protection for the head.

05. From a "Right Forward Stance" facing to the 1:00 direction, shift the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 11:00, while simultaneously executing a "Right Reverse Punch" to the Attacker's temple.

06. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 11:00, execute a "Right Palm Down Chop" to the right side of the neck of the Attacker, targeting Stomach Nine.

07. Step back with the left foot toward the 8:00 mark into a "Right Forward Stance" (Guarded Stance) facing to 1:00 while looking around in all direction for other potential Attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #22 on: April 21, 2004, 12:14:45 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 2 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 while executing first a "Left Inward Open Hand Palm Parry Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow, secondly a "Right High Outward L Shaped Block Strike" to just behind the Attacker's elbow on the triceps muscle.

02. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, execute a "Right Front Snap Kick" targeting the Attacker's groin.

03. Step down with the right kicking leg shifting the stance into a "Right Low Cat Stance" facing to 1:30.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, execute a "Left Palm Down Slap Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm to off balance the Attacker toward the Defender exposing the Attacker's head, and a "Right Vertical Back Fist Strike" targeting the Attacker's face or temple simultaneously.

04. Step back with the right foot toward the 6:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for any other potential attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #23 on: April 21, 2004, 03:54:22 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 2 (b)

Attack:

Attacker, from an Orthodox Boxing Stance, executes a right cross punch targeting the Defender's head then a left hook punch to the Defender's right side of the jaw.

Defense:

01. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 while executing first a "Left Inward Open Hand Palm Parry Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow, secondly a "Right High Outward L Shaped Block Strike" to just behind the Attacker's elbow on the triceps muscle.

02. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, execute a "Right Front Snap Kick" targeting the Attacker's groin.

03. Defender steps down with the right kicking leg into a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 1:30, while executing a "Left Palm Down Block Strike" to the Attacker's left hook punch, targeting the upper forearm next to the bicep on the thumb side of the forearm.  As these movements are being accomplished the Defender retains the right high L shaped outward block in the original position.

04. Defender shifts the stance from the "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 1:30 to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00. As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes a "Right Downward Vertical Back Fist Strike" to the Attacker's right side upper chest using the little finger and ring finger knuckles first.  This area is just below the collar bone about mid distance between the shoulder and the throat. Lung point on the top and Pericardium point on the bottom.  This strike digs into the body and does not retract.  The result is the Attacker's head will pop up slightly making the throat a more accessible target.  The back fist strike that is dug into the Attacker's body will be used as a pivot point for the next move.

05. Defender steps forward with the right foot toward the 2:00 mark, shifting the stance into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes, first a "Left Inward Open Palm Slap Strike" to the back of the right side of the head of the Attacker, secondly a split second later, a "Right Upward Forearm and Elbow Strike" to the Attacker's left side of the neck just under the jaw.

06. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 4:00 mark into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all direction for other potential attackers.  
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #24 on: April 22, 2004, 02:53:20 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 3 (a)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch to the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender is in a natural stance facing to 12:00 with the both arms raised up with the palms of both hands facing toward the Attacker.  The hands are held out in front about an arms length in front of the Defender.  The hands are with the thumbs at the same level as the Defender's eyes. This is in a position of surrender or I do not want to fight type of position. The hands are now the foreground with the Defender's head being the background. The foreground will be more important to the Attacker.  The head shoulders, arms and hands now form a "Goal Post" effect on the Attacker.

02. As the Attacker executes the right cross punch, the Defender moves the up held hands to the right or to 3:00 while raising the right hand up higher than the left hand. As this motion is being accomplished, the Defender looks up to the Defender's right raising hand.

03. Defender executes simultaneously a "Left Inward Parry Slap Block Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right cross punching arm at just in front of the elbow, a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin, and a "Right Downward Forearm and Hammer Fist Strike" to the Attacker's right cross punching arm just below the beginning of the Deltoid muscle.  This downward forearm strike hits across the bone and also strikes the beginning of the bicep muscle.  The effect of this strike alone is to buckle the Attacker's knees.

04. Defender sucks in the stomach, slides down the Attacker's right arm with the Defender's right arm until the right palm faces up.  This would be from the deltoid muscle to the upper forearm pinning the Attacker's right arm against the Defender's chest and stomach area. At the same time that this motion is being accomplished the Defender retracts the right kicking leg and raises up the knee to be in a crane stance standing on the left leg only, and pushes against the Attacker's right deltoid muscle toward the 2:00 mark.  This push motion straightens out the Attacker's right arm so that the Defender can slide down the forearm with the Defender's right hand and grasp just above the wrist.  The Defender grasps with the left hand the Attacker's right Deltoid muscle, circles the shoulder around counter clockwise to the 10:00 mark.

05. While grasping the Attacker's right arm at the wrist and shoulder, the Defender jumps slightly in the air to shift the stance to a "Left Low Kneeling Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender pulls down on the Attacker's right arm straight down to the ground.

06. The Defender shifts the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 5:30 while simultaneously pulling with both hands on the Attacker's right arm across and toward the 6:00 mark and down at about a 45 degree angle.  This motion throws the Attacker down face first to the 6:00 direction.

07. Defender assumes a guarded stance facing toward 6:00 while looking around in all directions for other potential attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #25 on: April 23, 2004, 08:52:52 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 3 (b)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch to the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender is in a natural stance facing to 12:00 with the both arms raised up with the palms of both hands facing toward the Attacker.  The hands are held out in front about an arms length in front of the Defender.  The hands are with the thumbs at the same level as the Defender's eyes. This is in a position of surrender or I do not want to fight type of position. The hands are now the foreground with the Defender's head being the background. The foreground will be more important to the Attacker.  The head shoulders, arms and hands now form a "Goal Post" effect on the Attacker.

02. As the Attacker executes the right cross punch, the Defender moves the up held hands to the right or to 3:00 while raising the right hand up higher than the left hand. As this motion is being accomplished, the Defender looks up to the Defender's right raising hand.

03. Defender executes simultaneously a "Left Inward Parry Slap Block Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right cross punching arm at just in front of the elbow, a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin, and a "Right Downward Forearm and Hammer Fist Strike" to the Attacker's right cross punching arm just below the beginning of the Deltoid muscle.  This downward forearm strike hits across the bone and also strikes the beginning of the bicep muscle.  The effect of this strike alone is to buckle the Attacker's knees.

04. Defender sucks in the stomach, slides down the Attacker's right arm with the Defender's right arm until the right palm faces up.  This would be from the deltoid muscle to the upper forearm pinning the Attacker's right arm against the Defender's chest and stomach area. At the same time that this motion is being accomplished the Defender retracts the right kicking leg and raises up the knee to be in a crane stance standing on the left leg only, and pushes against the Attacker's right deltoid muscle toward the 2:00 mark.  This push motion straightens out the Attacker's right arm so that the Defender can slide down the forearm with the Defender's right hand and grasp just above the wrist.  The Defender grasps with the left hand the Attacker's right Deltoid muscle, circles the shoulder around counter clockwise to the 10:00 mark.

05. While grasping the Attacker's right arm at the wrist and shoulder, the Defender jumps slightly in the air to shift the stance to a "Left Low Kneeling Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender pulls down on the Attacker's right arm straight down to the ground. The Defender shifts the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 5:30 while simultaneously pulling with both hands on the Attacker's right arm across and toward the 6:00 mark and down at about a 45 degree angle.  This motion throws the Attacker down face first toward the 6:00 direction.

06. Defender shuffles toward the 6:00 mark in a "Riding Horse Stance" following the fall of the Attacker.  As the Attacker is falling toward the ground, the Defender executes a "Right Downward Back Fist Strike" to the middle of the back of the Attacker.

07. Defender shuffles forward in a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 3:00 toward the 6:00, again following the fall of the Attacker.  Defender executes a "Right Downward Back Fist Strike" to the back of the Attacker's head. This strike is a back hand follow through so that the right back fist is now chambered by the Defender's right floating rib in preparation for a punch.

08. Defender grasps the Attacker's hair or available collar (clothing) with the Defender's left hand. Defender then pulls the Attacker's head back and up with the Defender's left hand toward the Defender.

09. Defender executes a "Right Front Reverse Snap Punch" to the Attacker's right temple.

10. Defender then pushes down hard with the Defender's left grasping hand in an attempt to bounce the Attacker's head off the ground.

11. The Defender uses the push down force to stand up and execute a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's right temple.

12. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 9:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.  
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #26 on: April 25, 2004, 07:24:05 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 5 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 while executing first a "Left Inward Open Hand Palm Parry Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow, secondly a "Right High Outward L Shaped Block Strike" to just behind the Attacker's elbow on the triceps muscle.

02. Defender steps back with the left foot to meet with the right foot, shifting the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Post Stance" with feet together facing to 3:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender uses the right outward block striking arm and hand to grasp and pull on the Attacker's right wrist. The Defender's left hand is position on the Attacker's right wrist with the elbow and upper right arm under the Attacker's elbow and triceps muscle.

03. Defender "C" steps counter clockwise toward the 12:00 direction and in between the Attacker's legs, shifting the stance from a "Post Stance" facing to 3:00 to a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:30. As this stance shift is being accomplished, Defender executes a "Right Bottom Fist Strike" to the Attacker's lower right ribs, or the solar plexus, or the floating rib on the Attacker's left side. Return the left bottom fist striking hand to an open palm slap to the Attacker's right wrist then use the same hand to grasp along with the right hand the same right wrist.

04. Defender steps back with the left foot toward the 8:00 mark shifting the stance from a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 1:30 direction to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:30.  As this stance is being accomplished, the Defender twists the Attacker's right wrist with both hands clockwise then immediately swings the Attacker's right arm in a clockwise circular pattern so that the Attacker's right wrist is positioned close to the Defenders left side. Defender executes first, a "Right Downward Forearm Strike" to the back of the Attacker's elbow area, targeting the beginning of the triceps muscle. Secondly, the Defender then executes a "Right Downward Chop Strike" to the back of the Attacker's neck.  The Defender then uses the right downward chopping hand to grab the coat or shirt collar at the back of the Attacker's neck. Defender pushes the Attacker with the right grasping hand toward the 1:00 direction then pulls the Attacker in a counter clockwise motion to the 11:00 mark.

05. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 4:30 direction, shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while still hanging onto the Attacker.  The Defender pulls the Attacker toward the Defender using the weight shift when the stance is changed.  Defender suddenly uses the right grasping hand and without letting go of the Attacker, executes a "Right Forearm Strike" to across the right side of the Attacker's face.  This motion wrenches the Attacker's neck to the Attacker's left and has the effect of making the Attacker try and stand straight up. As the Attacker straightens up, the Defender from the "Left Forward Stance" executes a "Right Front Snap Kick" targeting the Attacker's groin. This kick is a slight jump kick so that the Defender lands into a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark.

06. The weight of this stance shift will pull the Attacker down toward the Defender.  The Defender pushes with the right grasping hand the Attacker toward the 1:00 direction in a circular counter clockwise motion, then pulls the Attacker toward the 11:00 mark.

07. The Defender shifts the stance to a "High Riding Horse Stance" facing to 3:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender pulls back the grasping right hand so that the Attacker's head is positioned by the Defender's right hip.  The Defender's right fist is positioned like chambering a right front punch.  At the same time the Defender is pulling back with the right hand the Defender's left hand pushes out and up at a 45 degree angle toward the 3:00 direction.  This motion pushes the Attacker's straight locked right arm away from the Defender.  This movement will throw the Attacker onto the Attacker's back.

08. The Defender lets go with both hands the grasp onto the Attacker, steps back with the right foot then steps back with the left foot into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #27 on: April 25, 2004, 10:22:52 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 5 (b)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender steps to the 10:00 direction with the left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 while executing first a "Left Inward Open Hand Palm Parry Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow, secondly a "Right High Outward L Shaped Block Strike" to just behind the Attacker's elbow on the triceps muscle.

02. Defender steps back with the left foot to meet with the right foot, shifting the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Post Stance" with feet together facing to 3:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender uses the right outward block striking arm and hand to grasp and pull on the Attacker's right wrist. The Defender's left hand is position on the Attacker's right wrist with the elbow and upper right arm under the Attacker's elbow and triceps muscle.

03. Defender "C" steps counter clockwise toward the 12:00 direction and in between the Attacker's legs, shifting the stance from a "Post Stance" facing to 3:00 to a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:30. As this stance shift is being accomplished, Defender executes a "Right Bottom Fist Strike" to the Attacker's lower right ribs, or the solar plexus, or the floating rib on the Attacker's left side. Return the left bottom fist striking hand to an open palm slap to the Attacker's right wrist then use the same hand to grasp along with the right hand the same right wrist.

04. Defender steps back with the left foot toward the 8:00 mark shifting the stance from a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 1:30 direction to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:30.  As this stance is being accomplished, the Defender twists the Attacker's right wrist with both hands clockwise then immediately swings the Attacker's right arm in a clockwise circular pattern so that the Attacker's right wrist is positioned close to the Defenders left side. Defender executes first, a "Right Downward Forearm Strike" to the back of the Attacker's elbow area, targeting the beginning of the triceps muscle. Secondly, the Defender then executes a "Right Downward Chop Strike" to the back of the Attacker's neck.  The Defender then uses the right downward chopping hand to grab the coat or shirt collar at the back of the Attacker's neck. Defender pushes the Attacker with the right grasping hand toward the 1:00 direction then pulls the Attacker in a counter clockwise motion to the 11:00 mark.

05. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 4:30 direction, shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while still hanging onto the Attacker.  The Defender pulls the Attacker toward the Defender using the weight shift when the stance is changed.  Defender suddenly uses the right grasping hand and without letting go of the Attacker, executes a "Right Forearm Strike" to across the right side of the Attacker's face.  This motion wrenches the Attacker's neck to the Attacker's left and has the effect of making the Attacker try and stand straight up. As the Attacker straightens up, the Defender from the "Left Forward Stance" executes a "Right Front Snap Kick" targeting the Attacker's groin. This kick is a slight jump kick so that the Defender lands into a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark.

06. The weight of this stance shift will pull the Attacker down toward the Defender.  The Defender pushes with the right grasping hand the Attacker toward the 1:00 direction in a circular counter clockwise motion, then pulls the Attacker toward the 11:00 mark.

07. The Defender shifts the stance to a "High Riding Horse Stance" facing to 3:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender pulls back the grasping right hand so that the Attacker's head is positioned by the Defender's right hip.  The Defender's right fist is positioned like chambering a right front punch.  At the same time the Defender is pulling back with the right hand the Defender's left hand pushes out and up at a 45 degree angle toward the 3:00 direction.  This motion pushes the Attacker's straight locked right arm away from the Defender.  This movement will throw the Attacker onto the Attacker's back.

08. As the Attacker falls, the Defender kicks both of the Defender's legs back toward the 9:00 mark.  The Defender falls with the Attacker so that the Defender lands on top of the Attacker.  The Defender twist back on the Attacker's right wrist in a counter clockwise motion so that the Defender's left fist that has the Attacker's left hand and wrist in a lock is positioned across the Attacker's chest.  The Defender's left fist is in an uppercut position.  When the Defender lands on top of the Attacker the left fist is on the Attacker's solar plexus and the Defender's right forearm crosses in front of the Attacker's throat.  The Defender will still be grasping the collar of the Attacker. This is the beginning of grappling.

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #28 on: April 25, 2004, 12:50:44 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 9 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

01. Defender bends both knees weighting the right leg.  Defender steps with the left foot to the 10:00 shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction while simultaneously executing a "Left Upward Block Strike" to the Attacker's right cross punching arm at just behind the elbow, striking around where the "Crazy Bone" is (Heart 2) and a "Right Downward Front Thrust Punch" to the pubic bone and groin.

02. Defender shuffles with both legs forward toward the 12:00 direction while shifting the stance into a "Low Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender circles both arms around in a small circle in a clockwise motion so that the left hand and arm is like an inward type block strike or a an upper guard position to protect the Defender's right side of the head and the Defender's right arm and fist becomes a right inside downward block strike protecting the groin.

03. Defender shifts the stance into a "Low Left Forward Stance".  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes a "Left Forearm Strike" to the Attacker's throat, turning said forearm to become a grab to the Attacker's left shoulder with the forearm still across the Attacker's throat, and a "Right Inside Forearm Strike" to the Attacker's groin which the Defender uses the right hand to grab the back of the Attacker's right thigh (just below the butt) (in a street situation the grabs are more like shark bites) all completed simultaneously.

04. Defender from the low left forward stance rises up by straightening the Defender's legs to pull and pick up the Attacker by the left leg away but to the Defender's right side and pushes down with the left forearm that is still across the Attacker's throat to the Defender's left side. The Attacker is now perpendicular to the Defender. Defender then bends the legs to lower the left forward stance and slams the Attacker down on the Defender's bent left leg targeting just below the middle back The Defender quickly lets go of the grasp on the Attacker's left shoulder and the grasp on the Attacker's right leg and executes two simultaneous bottom fists strikes.  The left bottom fist strike targets just above the solar plexus and the right bottom fist strike targets just below the navel.  This motion bends the Attacker's back over the Defender's left leg and acts as a springboard to launch the Attacker up in the air.  The Defender straightens both legs to add to the springboard effect.

05. Defender quickly steps back with the Defender's left leg to the 8:30 direction clearing the way for the Attacker to fall on the ground.

06. As the Attacker hits the ground the Defender executes a "Left Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's mid ribs on the Attacker's right side.

07. Defender steps back with the left foot into the 'Right Forward Stance" facing to the 2:30 direction. Defender steps back with the right foot into a guarded position while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #29 on: April 25, 2004, 03:16:56 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 9 (b)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance followed by a left hook punch targeting the Defenders right side of the jaw.

Defense:

01. Defender bends both knees weighting the right leg.  Defender steps with the left foot to the 10:00 shifting the stance into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction while simultaneously executing a "Left Upward Block Strike" to the Attacker's right cross punching arm at just behind the elbow, striking around where the "Crazy Bone" is (Heart 2) and a "Right Downward Front Thrust Punch" to the pubic bone and groin.

02. Defender uses the left upward block striking hand to execute a "Left Downward Chop Block Strike" to the Attacker's left hook punching arm targeting the Attacker's upper left forearm (radial nerve) while simultaneously executing a "Right Vertical Back Fist Strike" to right side of the Attacker's nose and right eye, turning the Attacker's head to the left.

03. Defender shuffles forward slightly remaining in a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 but putting the weight on the back right leg.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender executes a "Right Palm Down Chop Strike" using the bone of the right wrist on the little finger side and upper forearm to strike the Attacker on the right side of the neck targeting (Stomach Nine).

04. As the Attacker steps back, the Defender "C" steps with the left foot to the 9:30 direction, shifting the stance into a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:00.

05. From the "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:00 the Defender executes a "Right 45 Degree Up Roundhouse Kick" targeting the Attacker's solar plexus and heart. This is a small jump type kick.

06. The Defender lands into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 1:30 and simultaneously executes a "Right Downward Palm Facing Down Chop Strike" to the Attacker's right side of the neck targeting the upper traps and neck.  The chop strike turns into a collar grab digging the knuckles of the right fist into the nerves in that area.

07. Defender then pushes the Attacker toward the 1:00 mark, pulls the Attacker in a counter clockwise motion to the 11:00 direction.  Defender swing steps back with the right foot to the 8:00 mark shifting the stance into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to the 6:00 direction while pushing the Attacker's right arm down with the Defender's left hand and pulling the Attacker down to the ground toward the 6:00 direction.

08. From the "Right Forward Stance" the Defender shuffles forward toward the 6:00 direction, executes a "Left Scoop Shin Kick" to the Attacker's groin between the legs, using the lower shin and instep as a weapon.

09. Defender shifts the stance to a "Low Right Kneeling Stance" toward 6:00 and executes a "Left Knee Drop" to the lower spine of the Attacker.  From this position the Defender grabs with both hands the Attacker's traps and pulls back the Attacker toward the Defender , bending the Attacker's back. The Defender's right hand grabs the Attacker's right trap and the Defender's left hand grabs the Attacker's left trap. The Defender scoots forward up the Attacker's spine with the Defender's knee adding to the effect.

10. Remaining in the "Right Low Kneeling Stance", the Defender releases the grasp on the Attacker's right trap muscle with the Defender's right hand.  The Defender then executes a "Right Downward Punch" to the Attacker's right kidney area while letting go of the grasp on the left trap muscle with the Defender's left hand.

11. Using the force of the downward right punch, the Defender jumps up to land with the left leg by the Attacker's left hip and executes a Right Stomp Kick" to the middle of the Attacker's back.

12. Defender steps back with the right foot toward the 2:00 direction into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.

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