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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #30 on: April 28, 2004, 06:38:21 PM »
Wow, what a wealth of information here. I have some reading to catch up on. Thank you Sigung Baxter.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #31 on: May 04, 2004, 07:52:40 AM »
I am not done yet, Wado !!!  By the way you have come a long way. Congratulations on your promotion to 2nd Degree Black Belt !!!

I will put two techniques on the web for you and when I work out with you again I will show you a couple more.  Congratulations again from the bottom of my heart.

With Respect,

Brian Baxter
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #32 on: May 04, 2004, 12:41:55 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 12 (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 around the elbow. The Defender pushes with a little more power than just a parry, more like a hard parry.  This needs to be "hard" enough to off balance the Attacker toward the 2:00 direction.

02. Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 slightly, shifting the stance to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance is being accomplished the Defender executes a right open hand with the thumb facing up shuto type "Right All Fingers Downward Slash", ideally from solar plexus to groin, with at all possible the "Left Parry Block Strike" still pushing against the Attacker's right punching arm.

03. Defender rises up, steps forward with the right foot between the Attacker's legs at about the 1:30 direction, shifting the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" while simultaneously executing an "Ox Jaw" strike with the left palm parry hand.  At just behind the Attacker's elbow at the beginning of the triceps muscles, the web between the Defender's index finger and the thumb of the left hand is placed.  The thrust push of the Defender's left hand is at a 45 degree up angle toward the 1:00 direction.  This will off balance the Attacker toward 1:00.

04. As the Attacker leans back, the Defender executes a right downward elbow strike to the Attacker's sternum.  The point of the Defender's right elbow points up with the fist of the right arm pointing down.  The path of the right elbow strike will run down the center of the Attacker to the Attacker's groin level. The Defender has the Defender's right foot positioned deep between the Attacker's legs.  This is to make sure the Attacker lands on top of the shin of the Defender. The Defender shifts the stance to a "Right Kneeling Stance" facing to 1:00 while still having the left web hand still on the right elbow of the Attacker to safe guard against a downward elbow strike to the Defender's head. As the Defender's stance is lowered, the Defender's left hand slides down the Attacker's right side and slaps then grabs the back of the Attacker's right ankle and calf muscle.  The Defender pulls back on the Attacker's right leg with the Defender's left hand toward the 6:00 direction while pushing down on the Attacker's right knee with the Defender's right palm and shifting the stance into a "Right Back Stance" facing to 1:00. The stance shift aids the Defender in pulling tucking the Attacker's right ankle under the Defender's left arm pit with the Defender's left elbow on the Attacker's right ankle bone (extra hit). The Defender's left hand is grasping the right calf muscle of the Attacker.  As the Attacker falls on the Defender's right shin bone, there will be a slight weight shift off the shin due to a "bounce" effect.  The Defender uses this moment to shift the stance to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 9:30.  The Defender's right shin (just below the Defender's right knee) is placed on top of the Attacker's right leg at about mid thigh level.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender swings the right arm around in a counter clockwise motion and in a back fist configuration to execute a possible right back fist strike to the Attacker's left leg at around the inner knee to insure that the Attacker cannot kick with the left leg.  The Defender uses this counter clockwise motion to gain momentum for the right palm heel strike.

05. From the "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 9:30, the Defender bends forward slightly to use the Defender's upper body to further pin down the Attacker's right foot, ankle and shin while simultaneously executing a "Right Downward Palm Heel Strike" to just above the Attacker's knee joint, hyper extending the Attacker's right leg.

06. The Defender steps back with the right leg to the 5:00 mark into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 1:00 while maintaining the grasp on the Attacker's right ankle pulling him toward the 6:00 direction.  

07. The Defender steps back with the left foot toward 7:30, shifting the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while simultaneously throwing the Attacker's right leg toward the 9:00 mark with the Defender's left hand.

08. Defender assumes a guarded position while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.
 

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #33 on: May 05, 2004, 02:27:06 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 12 (b)

Attack:

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

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 on the outside of the arm at around the elbow. The Defender pushes with a little more power than just a parry, more like a hard parry.  This needs to be "hard" enough to off balance the Attacker toward the 2:00 direction.

02. Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 slightly, shifting the stance to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 1:00.  As this stance is being accomplished the Defender executes a right open hand with the thumb facing up shuto type "Right All Fingers Downward Slash", ideally from solar plexus to groin, with at all possible the "Left Parry Block Strike" still pushing against the Attacker's right punching arm.

03. Defender steps forward toward the 12:00 direction with the right foot into a "Right Cat Stance" while simultaneously executing a right open hand slap down block strike to the Attacker's left hook punch and the left parry block strike hand is used to push the Attacker's right punching arm in a clockwise circular pattern to press down and throw out toward the 9:00 direction. The right block strike uses the back of the Defender's right hand and forearm in such a manner that it acts like a wedge type stop.  The Defender's hand is positioned so that the palm of the right hand is facing up and the fingers point to the 2:00 direction. For those familiar with Tai Chi Chuan, a type of "Slanted Flying" posture.

04. From the "Right Cat Stance" facing to 12:00, the Defender uses the right open hand to slash across the Attacker's eyes from 3:00 to 9:00.  Immediately thereafter the Defender executes a left outward block strike to wipe the outside of the right strike hand and arm to add protection in case another right punch or a grab is attempted.  Both of the Defender's hands are now closed into fists and position high up on the Defender's chest in preparation to execute the next movement.

05. Defender steps forward with the right foot toward the 1:30 direction, shifting the stance from a "Right Cat Stance" to a "Right Forward Stance".  This step is between the Attacker's legs. As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes a left and right punch delivered at the same time.  This double punch targets the chest on either side of the solar plexus.

06. The Defender steps forward with the left foot toward the 11:00 direction shifting the stance to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender head butts the Attacker in the stomach and simultaneously grabs the back of the Attacker's right leg with the Defender's left hand at just behind the knee and the back of the Attacker's left leg with the Defender's right hand, then pulls back with both of the Defender's hands toward the 6:00 direction.

07. The Defender continues to pull with both hands back while standing up into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.  There is a possibility that the back of the Defender's head will strike under the chin of the Attacker.

08. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, the Defender continues pulling back on the Attacker's legs and simultaneously executes a "Right Downward Heel Kick" to the Attacker's groin.

09. Defender drops both of the legs of the Attacker steps back twice toward 8:00 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 #34 on: May 06, 2004, 03:37:16 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 13 (a)

Attack:

Right cross punch, targeting the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance. This technique can also be for a two person attack where the second attacker is standing behind the first.

Defense:

01. Defender steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shift the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while executing a "Left Inward Palm Parry Block Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow joint and raising the Defender's right fist to be positioned by the Defender's right ear with the palm of the fist facing away from the Defender. The right fist is positioned in this position in preparation for an inverted back fist strike. This positioning of the right fist is not a "stop and go" motion but a continuous motion.  The motion of the Defender's right fist is in a clockwise direction.

02. The Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 with both feet while executing a "Right Inverted Back Fist Strike" to the Attacker's ribs on the Attacker's right side. The targeting is the ribs that are on the same line as the Attacker's solar plexus. The Defender's left hand remains in the palm parry block strike position on the Attacker's right elbow.  This will act as a guard to prevent a possible right elbow strike to the Defender's head area.

03. The Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to the 4:00 direction.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender executes a hard right back fist / bottom fist strike to the Attacker's right ribs just above the Attacker's right kidney.  This back fist hits with the knuckles first on the ribs and fleshy area, then rolls until the back fist becomes a bottom fist strike to the kidney. This strike is not pulled back but stays on top of the kidney to act as a lever for the next strike.

04. The Defender steps forward with the left foot toward the 1:00 direction shifting the stance from a "Right Forward Stance" to a "Left Low Kneeling Stance" facing toward the 2:00 direction.  As this stance shift is being accomplished, the Defender grasps the Attacker's right shoulder with the Defender's left hand to control the Attacker's movements. The grab pulls back on the Attacker toward the 10:30 direction.

05. The Defender weights the back right foot and shuffles the left foot from the 1:00 direction to the 11:00 direction while remaining in the "Left Low Kneeling Stance" but now facing to the 12:00 mark.

06. The Defender shifts the stance by stomping the Defender's right heel down to the ground and thrusting the hips forward into a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender uses the left grasping hand to slap the Attacker at the small of the back and executes at the same time a "Right Elbow Strike" through the Attackers ribs on the right side.  The path of this elbow strike should be from the Attacker's right floating rib up through at a 45 degree angle.

07. From the "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 the Defender executes a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the groin of the second Attacker standing directly behind the first Attacker and a right palm facing down chop to the back of the neck of the first Attacker simultaneously. The Defender's left arm and hand executes an open hand extended outward block strike as the kick and chop are delivered.  The kick adds power to the chop and the chop and left extended outward block strike adds power to the kick.

08. The Defender uses the right kicking leg to cross step in front of the Defender's left leg, stepping toward the 10:00 direction.  The Defender then shifts into a guarded stance facing toward the 3:30 direction while looking in all directions for other potential Attackers.  

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #35 on: May 08, 2004, 07:12:18 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 13 (b)

Attack:

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

Defense:

01. Defender steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shift the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while executing a "Left Inward Palm Parry Block Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm at just in front of the elbow joint and raising the Defender's right fist to be positioned by the Defender's right ear with the palm of the fist facing away from the Defender. The right fist is positioned in this position in preparation for an inverted back fist strike. This positioning of the right fist is not a "stop and go" motion but a continuous motion.  The motion of the Defender's right fist is in a clockwise direction.

02. The Defender shuffles forward toward 12:00 with both feet while executing a "Right Inverted Back Fist Strike" through the Attacker's ribs on the Attacker's right side. The targeting is the ribs that are on the same line as the Attacker's solar plexus. The Defender's left hand remains in the palm parry block strike position on the Attacker's right elbow.  This will act as a guard to prevent a possible right elbow strike to the Defender's head area.

03. Attacker counters with a left hook punch to the Defender's head.  The Defender from the "Left Forward Stance" steps slightly with the back right foot toward the 3:00 mark and then shifts the stance to a "Left Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 2:00 direction while simultaneously executing a double left /right bottom fist strikes to the Attacker's left hook punching arm. This movement uses more of the Defender's forearms than the bottom fist, however; both upper forearms and the wrist bones on the little finger side of both of the Defender's hands are the principle weapons. The Defender's left bottom fist strike targets between the Attacker's bicep and deltoid muscle and the Defender's right bottom fist targets about a hands width distance from the wrist down the Attacker's left arm. This double bottom fist strike will weaken the Attacker's left arm and off balance the Attacker toward the 2:30 direction.

04. The Defender shifts the stance from the "Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 2:00 direction to a "Left Forward Stance" facing toward the 12:00 mark.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender executes a left closed hand palm down forearm strike across the Attacker's neck on the left side and a right closed hand palm facing up bottom fist strike to the Attacker's floating rib on the Attacker's left side executed simultaneously.

05. Defender weights the back right leg and steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 direction shifting the stance into an orthodox boxing stance while pulling the hands up to protect the head.

06. Without any pause, the Defender uses the left jab hand to quickly grasp the Attacker's right should at near the neck.  The Defender now has a firm grasp on the Attacker's trap muscle and proceeds to press down and pull the Attacker towards the Defender. As the Attacker bends forward, the Defender releases the left hand grasp on the Attacker. The Defender then executes a right elbow sandwich technique to the Attacker's left side of the neck and head.  The Defender's left hand slaps the back of the Attacker's head and neck on the Attacker's right side at the same time the right elbow strike is executed. The right elbow strike starts with the right fist palm facing toward the Defender and ends with the right fist palm facing away from the Defender. The elbow strikes the Attacker at just under the point of the jaw and more toward the left side. The point of the elbow ends at the base of the Attacker's skull on the Attacker's left side.

07. Defender slides both of the Defender's hands down the right arm of the Attacker in a clockwise pattern to sweep the Attacker's right arm down around and toward the 3:30 direction exposing the Attacker's right side and leg. The Defender grasps the Attacker's right arm at the triceps muscle with the Defender's right hand in a position with the thumb facing down.

08. The Defender, while hanging onto the Attacker's right triceps muscle, steps forward toward the 12:00 direction with the Defender's left foot.  The Defender then executes a right knife edge kick to the back or the Attacker's right leg at the hollow of the leg behind the right knee cap. As the Attacker is pushed down to the ground on the right knee, the Defender grabs the Attacker's upper right shoulder with the Defender's left hand and releases the grasp on the Attacker's right triceps muscle with the Defender's right hand.  The Defender uses the right hand to execute a right back fist strike to the back of the Attacker's neck and base of the skull.

09. Defender cross steps in front of the left foot with the right foot and toward the 10:00 direction 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 #36 on: May 08, 2004, 12:42:36 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 14 (a)

Attack:

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

Defense:

01. Defender stands in a natural stance facing to the 12:00 direction directly in front of the Attacker.  The Defender has hands raised at the level of the shoulders.  The palms of the hands are facing toward the Attacker's face.  The hands are held slightly forward of the Defender's body and toward the Attacker.  As the Attacker executes the right cross punch to the Defender's face and head, the Defender steps to the 9:30 direction with the Defender's left foot while not moving the hands (the frame). The Defender quickly executes the following movements simultaneously: (a) A "Left Inward Palm Block Parry Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm at about the mid forearm area. (b) A "Right Inverted Corkscrew Punch" to the Attacker's right bicep muscle. This punch is positioned so that the thumb of the Defender's right fist is facing down. This strike is aimed at near the Attacker's right elbow joint and follows through so that it "rips" through the Attacker's under arm at Heart 2. The striking service is with the first two knuckles of the Defender's right punching hand. (c) A "Right Ball of the Foot Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin and pubic bone.

02. The Defender stomps down toward the Attacker's left foot with the right kicking leg and executes the following movements simultaneously: (a) The left hand block parry strike, continues the clockwise motion to press the Attacker's right punching arm across toward 3:00 then around and down toward the 8:00 direction.  As this motion is accomplished, the Defender uses the Defender's left thumb to manipulate the Attacker's right arm so that as the Attacker's arm is forced down toward the 8:00 direction, the Defender's left hand is grasping the Attacker's right wrist in such a manner that the Defender's left hand is on top of the outside of Attacker's wrist and hand in the beginning of a wrist lock. There also is a slight jerk pull at the end of this motion.  This is to open up the right side of the neck of the Attacker. As the Attacker's right arm is forced down and around to the 8:00 direction, the Defender executes a "Right Palm Down Chop Strike" to the right side of the Attacker's neck (Stomach 9).  The wrist bone on the little finger side is used as the weapon.  The angle of the strike should be ideally at a 45 degree angle. For those familiar with Tai Chi this posture resembles "Stork Cools It's Wings".

03. The Defender turns the wrist of the right chop striking hand so that the fingers lay across the back of the Attacker's neck. The Defender continues this motion so that the Attacker's head is pressed pushed and turned first toward the 2:00 direction then pulled back pushed down and around to the 8:00 direction. This motion of spinning the Attacker's head around is clockwise.  As this movement is being accomplished, the Defender raises up the Attacker's right punching arm by the wrist with the Defender's left hand.  This motion is also clockwise and resembles stirring a big pot with a big spoon. The two motion result in the Attacker being thrown in such a manner as to lay along the 9:30 to 4:30 line with the Attacker's head at 9:30. As the Attacker falls, the Defender steps forward to the 10:00 direction with the Defender's left foot shifting the stance into a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 11:00. The Defender is slamming the Attacker's right arm and elbow across the Defender's left thigh with the center point at the Attacker's right triceps.  As this is happening the Defender is also landing on the lower ribs of the Attacker on the right side with the Defender's right knee and shin, pinning the Attacker onto the ground. Immediately after this motion is accomplished, the Defender executes a right palm facing to 8:00 thumb strike to the Attacker's upper pectoral major muscle on the outside edge next to the right arm pit. The Defender is making a fist however the right thumb that is placed over the right index finger and protrudes out.  The fist resembles a "Phoenix Eye Punch" with the thumb sticking out.

04. The Defender lets go of the Attacker's right arm, gets up and steps back with the right foot 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 #37 on: May 09, 2004, 12:29:26 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 14 (b)

Attack:

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

Defense:

01. Defender stands in a natural stance facing to the 12:00 direction directly in front of the Attacker.  The Defender has hands raised at the level of the shoulders.  The palms of the hands are facing toward the Attacker's face.  The hands are held slightly forward of the Defender's body and toward the Attacker.  As the Attacker executes the right cross punch to the Defender's face and head, the Defender steps to the 9:30 direction with the Defender's left foot while not moving the hands (the frame). The Defender quickly executes the following movements simultaneously: (a) A "Left Inward Palm Block Parry Strike" to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm at about the mid forearm area. (b) A "Right Inverted Corkscrew Punch" to the Attacker's right bicep muscle. This punch is positioned so that the thumb of the Defender's right fist is facing down. This strike is aimed at near the Attacker's right elbow joint and follows through so that it "rips" through the Attacker's under arm at Heart 2. The striking service is with the first two knuckles of the Defender's right punching hand. (c) A "Right Ball of the Foot Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin and pubic bone.

02. The Defender uses the right kicking leg to stomp down next to the Attacker's left front foot.  As this motion is accomplished the Attacker throws a left hook punch to the Defender's right side of the face and jaw. The Defender executes the following motions simultaneously: (a) Defender uses the left inward palm parry block strike to push pull and circle around the Attacker's right punching arm in a clockwise motion to 2:00 then down to 8:00 direction.  This motion is done with the outside edge of the Defender's left hand in such a manner that it "throws" the Attacker's right arm down toward 8:00. (b) The Defender from the "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 also executes simultaneously a "Right Open Hand Slap Block Strike" to the on coming left hook punch.  This slap block strike is done first with the outside of the Defender's upper forearm and the back of the Defender's right wrist and hand. The target is about one hand width distance down from the Attacker's left wrist toward the elbow. The Defender continues the outward  motion of this slap block strike , so that the Defender's right hand is now with the palm facing up, the fingers pointing toward the 2:00 direction and the forearm at a 45 degree angle from the Defender's body.  This motion is to widen the circumference of the Attacker's left hook to off balance toward the 3:00 direction.

03. The Defender executes a right palm facing up all finger's slash to the Attacker's eyes in a 3:00 to 9:00 direction.  As the right eye slash is being accomplished, the Defender swings the back right foot around from a 7:30 position to a 6:30 position, shifting the stance from a right forward to a "Right High Riding Horse Stance" facing to 1:30.

04. From the "Right High Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 1:30 direction the Defender shuffles with both feet forward toward the Attacker and the 12:00 direction while in one motion executes a right elbow strike in a 45 degree up angle to the Attacker's solar plexus.  The elbow strike is delivered first with the fist palm of the right hand facing up then facing down.  The Defender's left hand with the palm facing out toward the Attacker is directed toward the Attacker's face (this a potential eye strike).

05. The Defender's left hand, palms down any arm of the Attacker or brushes across the right side of the face of the Attacker. The Defender lowers the "Riding Horse Stance" and executes a right downward back fist strike, using all the knuckles of the right fist to strike the upper chest of the Attacker along the centerline at just below the collar bone. This will strike the breast bone of the Attacker. As the stance is lowered more this strike is almost like a straight in vertical punch.  The weight of the downward clockwise motion of the right fist weights the Defender's back left leg freeing up the front right leg. The right back fist stays at the target and is not snapped back.  The Defender executes a "Right Side Snap Kick" to the Attacker's solar plexus while simultaneously flashing the right palm in front of the Attacker's face in a clockwise motion to disrupt the Attacker's vision.

06. The Defender then places the right kicking leg with the knee and shin facing to 12:00 in a crane type stance then steps back with the right leg to the 5:00 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 #38 on: May 09, 2004, 02:22:14 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 15 (a)

Attack:

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

Defense:

01. Defender steps back slightly with the right foot toward the 5:00 direction shifting into a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction. The Defender then stomps down back on the right heel and steps forward with the left foot toward 10:30 shifting the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while simultaneously executing a "Left Upward Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm.  The Motion of the upward block strike continues up and around in a counter clockwise motion to wrap around the Attacker's right arm at just above the elbow on the triceps side. The Defender quickly shifts the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 4:00 and using the sudden hip rotation to force the Attacker to step with the left foot, then the right foot toward the 4:00 direction to avoid having the right punching arm broken.  The Defender quickly slams a "Right Palm Heel Strike" to the upper chest along the center line of the Attacker.  The fingers of the right hand are pointing out. The right palm heel strike slides up the chest into a "Bear Claw" choke hold on the Attacker's throat while increasing the squeeze pressure on the Attacker's right elbow with the Defender's right arm wrap.

02. The Defender steps through and behind the Attacker's legs stepping toward the 2:00 direction shifting briefly into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 1:00.  The single hand coke grasps and pushes straight out and up in a 45 degree angle titling back the Attacker's head  and in a counter clockwise circle while maintaining the arm lock.  The Defender simultaneously uses the Defender's right hip and right leg to raise up and sweep the legs of the Attacker out from underneath. The choke right arm has changed directions to a 45 degree angle down. Ideally the Attacker should land on the 6:00 to 12:00 line with the Attacker's head pointing toward the 6:00 direction.  As the Attacker falls, the Defender suddenly raises up on the elbow lock, braking the arm at the elbow, and rolling the Attacker over on the Attacker's left side pinning the left arm to the ground.  

03. The Defender from this "High Riding Horse Stance" facing to 9:00 direction, simultaneously drops on top of the Attacker with the left knee and shin on top of the right side of the neck and the Defender's right knee and shin on top of the Attacker's right floating rib and near the hip bone, and executes a right key punch strike to the Attacker's right arm pit (Heart 1).

04. The Defender raises up again, throws the Attacker's right arm away toward 6:00, steps back with the right foot toward 2:30 into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential Attacker's.  
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #39 on: June 24, 2004, 03:44:55 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 4 (b)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch from an orthodox boxing stance, targeting the Defender's face. Attacker is facing to the 6:00 mark.

Defense:

01.  From a "Ready Stance" the Defender has the Defender's hands raised with the palms facing toward the Attacker
and toward the 12:00 direction.  The hands are slightly above the Defender's head and held toward the front of the Defender's body.  This is to insure that the palm of the hands are now facing toward the Attacker, the foreground, and the Defender's head is now the background.  The hands should be moving slightly not only does this "distract" but also allows the Defender's limbs react faster than from a "stopped, still" position.

02.  As the Attacker punches, the Defender steps to the left side toward the 9:00 direction with the Defender's left foot while raising up the right hand slightly and beginning a counter clockwise motion.  It is important to note that the "Frame" of the Defender's hands and arms (goal posts) do not move, but the Defender's body and head do, to the 9:00 direction.

03.  As the Attacker's punch passes past the Defender's head the Defender executes three offensive movements at the same time they are; (a) left open hand palm parry to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm. (b) A right downward forearm block strike to the upper right arm of the Attacker targeting just below the Deltoid Muscle. (c) A straight right thrust kick to the Attacker's pubic bone driving the Attacker's hips back toward the 1:30 mark.

04.  The Defender lands as if in a starting blocks for a foot race with the left foot forward, "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark.  As the Defender lands in this position the Defender has grabbed in a lock the Attacker's right punching hand with the Defender's left hand.  The Defender has turned the waist counter clockwise toward the 8:00 direction and in a horizontal counter clockwise motion, struck the Attacker in the right side of the neck with the little finger side of the Defender's right chopping hand using the wrist bone to strike the Attacker's Stomach Nine point. As the right chop is executed the Defender pulls the Attacker's right wrist and arm across the Defender's chest
with the Defender's left wrist and fist locking hand toward the 8:30 direction. The Defender's left thumb is pointing up.

05.  The Defender then grasps the Attacker's neck and upper shoulder with the Defender's right hand, digging into the neck, back and upper shoulder of the Attacker with the Defender's knuckles pulling the Attacker toward the Defender and down and around in a counter clockwise motion toward the 2:00 direction.

06.  The Defender executes first a right  knee lift strike to the right side of the Attacker targeting the lower abdomen and right floating rib area, then the Defender straightens and rises up the leg so that the Defender can execute a right straight legged heel strike to the Attacker's lower right calf while pulling back the Attacker's body toward the Defender and to the 8:00 direction into the Defender's right forearm and elbow, then a push down toward the 11:00 direction, throwing the Attacker down to the ground.

07.  As the Attacker is landing on the ground, the Defender moves the Attacker's arm in a counter clockwise motion from the Defender's left side to the Defender's right side and grabs the Attacker's right wrist with the Defender's right hand.  The Defender now has the Attacker's right hand in a right wrist lock with both hands. The fingers of the both of the Defender's hands are on the back of the Attacker's right hand while the palms of both of the Defender's hands are on the lower part of the right palm of the Attacker.  This movement is like pulling back with both hands on a fishing pole.  The most ideal position to be is to get a hold of the ring and little fingers with the Defender's right hand by the ring and little finger and likewise with the Defender's left hand applying the same lock on the Attacker's index and middle fingers.  The pressure applied is to rise up and back on the Attacker's right hand while spreading the fingers apart with both of the Defender's hands.  The result is to make the Attacker roll to the left toward the 12:00 direction onto the Attacker's left arm which pins the left arm.

08. Defender assists with this rolling over by executing a right straight foot ball type kick to the Attacker's right kidney and floating rib area.

09. Defender then executes a right downward axe heel kick to the Attacker's Solar Plexus. The Defender has pulled up on the Attacker's right arm to the Defender's chest as the kick is applied.

10. Defender executes a right sole of the foot sweep kick to the Attacker's face then places the Defender's right foot under the back of the neck of the Attacker.

11. Defender then drops down on the Attacker's right side of the neck with the right shin of the Defender while pushing forward with the Defender's left foot toward the Attacker rolling the Attacker more onto the Attacker's left side while placing the Attacker's right arm into a figure four lock with both of the Defender's hands.  This motion is accomplished by twisting the Attacker's right hand and wrist toward the 9:00 direction in a counter clockwise motion with the Defender's left hand and sliding down the Attacker's right arm with the Defender's right hand to dig into the hallow of the Attacker's right elbow close to the biceps muscle with the Defender's middle fingers and pulling up, as the Defender is kneeling down.  The Defender uses the downward pressure of the falling on the Attacker's neck to push with the Defender's right hand on the back of the Attacker's right elbow and push the Attacker's right hand in a circle to the front, then back leaving his elbow closer to the Attacker's head than the Attacker's right hand.

12. Defender pushes down on the Attacker's right elbow and rises up the Attacker's right hand with the Defender's left hand dislocating the Attacker's right shoulder.

13. Defender then executes a right downward back fist strike to the Attacker's Solar Plexus.

14. Defender moves the Defender's left foot toward 10:00 while still having the Defender's shin on the Attacker's neck and still grasping the Attacker's right wrist with the Defender's left hand.

15. Defender stands up and shifts the Defender's body in a clockwise direction into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00 while letting go of the Attacker's right hand and wrist with the Defender's left hand.

16. Defender executes a left heel scuff upward kick to the crown of the head of the Attacker then steps toward 12:00 into a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 3:00.

17. Defender bends over at the waist toward the 3:00 direction and executes a right downward front punch to the Attacker's forehead.

18. 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 #40 on: June 25, 2004, 12:18:28 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 11 (a)


Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch from an "Orthodox Boxing Stance" targeting the Defender's face followed by a left hook punch to the Defender's right jaw.

Defense:

01. Defender is standing in a "Left Riding Horse Stance" with the left foot toward 11:00 and the right foot back toward 5:00, facing to 12:00.  Both of the Defender's fists are chambered on the Defender's right hip with the right fist palm facing up and the Defender's left fist facing down and over the top of the Defender's right fist.

02. Defender executes a "Left Outward L Shaped Block Strike", a "Right Front Thrust Punch" to the Attacker's face, and a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin all accomplished simultaneously.

03. Defender steps back with the right kicking leg toward the 5:00 direction while simultaneously executing a left downward palm block strike to the Attacker's left hook punching arm targeting the Attacker's upper forearm (Radial Nerve).

04. Defender steps down with the right foot into a "Riding Horse Stance" adding to the momentum of the left downward palm strike.

05. Defender shifts to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:30 and slides the Defender's left hand down the Attacker's left arm to grasp the Attacker's left wrist and pulls on the Attacker's left arm toward the 4:00 direction.

06. Defender places the Attacker's left wrist into a wrist lock with the Defender's left hand.  Defender shifts the stance into a riding horse stance and circles the Attacker's left arm in a counter clockwise motion so that the Attacker's left side upper ribs are exposed.

07. Defender slide steps the Defender's right foot to close up with the Defender's left foot. Defender then executes a left side thrust kick to the Attacker's upper left side while simultaneously pulling back with the Defender's left hand on the Attacker's left arm.

08. Defender throws the Attacker's left arm down as the Defender cross steps the left kicking leg in front of the Defender's right standing leg until the Defender is in a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential attackers.  
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #41 on: June 28, 2004, 03:54:59 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 11 (b)


Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch from an "Orthodox Boxing Stance" targeting the Defender's face followed by a left hook punch to the Defender's right jaw.

Defense:

01. Defender is standing in a "Left Riding Horse Stance" with the left foot toward 11:00 and the right foot back toward 5:00, facing to 12:00.  Both of the Defender's fists are chambered on the Defender's right hip with the right fist palm facing up and the Defender's left fist facing down and over the top of the Defender's right fist.

02. Defender executes an open hand "Left Outward L Shaped Block Strike", a "Right Front Thrust Spear Hand" to the Attacker's throat or eyes, and a "Right Front Snap Kick" to the Attacker's groin all accomplished simultaneously.

03. Defender returns back into a "Left Riding Horse Stance" while executing a right palm heel strike to the upper forearm of the Attacker's left hook punching arm.  The motion is first down striking the radial nerve then shifting the stance to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 3:00 while executing the right heel palm strike to the upper inside of the Attacker's left upper forearm pushing the left punch out toward the 3:00 direction.  The push will drive the Defender's left leg back into a deeper right forward stance facing to 3:00.

04. Defender shifts the stance to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 9:00 while simultaneously executing a "Right Front Thrust Punch" to the Attacker's solar plexus which would be toward the 12:00 direction.

05. Defender from the left forward stance facing to 9:00 executes a "Right Side Snap Kick" to the Attacker's ribs on the Attacker's right side.

06. Defender uses the right kicking leg to step back toward the 4:30 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 #42 on: June 30, 2004, 12:25:57 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 15 (b)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch from an "Orthodox Boxing Stance", to the Defender's face followed by a left hook punch to the Defender's right jaw.  Attacker is facing to the 6:00 mark.

Defense:

01. Defender steps back slightly with the right foot toward the 5:00 direction into a low crouching stance with both hands and arm held up protecting the Defender's head and face while facing to the 12:00 direction.

02. Defender stomps the right heel down to the ground, slides the left foot forward toward the 10:00 direction shifting to a "Left Forward Stance", thrusting the hip girdle forward all while simultaneously executing a right upward block strike to the Attacker's right cross punching arm and a downward front thrust punch to the Attacker's groin.

03. Defender shifts the stance from a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Right Flexible T Stance" facing to 4:00 while simultaneously executing a left downward palm heel strike to the Attacker's left hook punching arm targeting the radial nerve and a right palm guard block guarding the left side of the Defender's face.

04. Defender slides the left downward palm heel striking hand down the Attacker's left wrist and grasps the Attacker's left wrist. The Defender's right hand executes a under hand palm heel strike to the under side of the Attacker's right wrist.  This is a wrist lock applied with both of the Defender's hands.

05. Defender steps out with the Defender's right foot toward 4:00 while pulling the Attacker off balance by the wrist with both of the Defender's hands.

06. Defender shift to a "Left Flexible T Stance" facing to 10:00 while simultaneously swinging the Attacker's left arm in a counter clockwise motion up to 12:00 high with both of the Defender's hands.

07. Defender lets go of the Attacker's left wrist with the Defender's right grasping hand and swings the Defender's arm in a counter clockwise motion while pulling the Attacker's left arm across the Defender's chest with the Defender's left hand and executing a right downward 45 degree angle roundhouse shin kick to the back of the Attacker's left knee, buckling the Attacker's left leg..

08. Defender lands into a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 9:00 while executing a right downward forearm strike to the Attacker's left triceps muscle which makes both knees buckle.

09. Defender grabs the Attacker's upper left shoulder with the Defender's right hand digging into the nerves that are near the Attacker's neck, pulls back on the Attacker's shoulder as the Defender steps back with the Defender's right leg toward the 2:30 direction into a "Left Forward Stance". 10. Defender continues to pull back on the shoulder with the right hand while executing a right bottom of the foot sweep to the back of the Attacker's left foot and ankle.

11. Defender jumps back pulling some more on the Attacker's shoulder.

12. As the Attacker fall back the Defender lets go of the Attacker's left shoulder and executes a right downward back fist or bottom fist strike to the Attacker's forehead bouncing the Attacker's head off the ground and letting go of the Attacker's left wrist with the Defender's left hand.

13. Defender steps back with the left foot toward 3:00 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 #43 on: July 01, 2004, 10:23:49 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 16 (a)

Attack:

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

Defense:

01. Defender steps forward with the right foot toward 1:30 and executes a "Left Upward Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm at just before the elbow joint and a right downward punch to the Attacker's pubic bone simultaneously.

02. Defender shifts back into a right cat stance facing to 12:00 and slides the Defender's left hand down the Attacker's right arm to grab the Attacker's right wrist. From the cat stance the Defender executes a right upper cut punch to the point of the Attacker's chin and a right front shin kick to the Attacker's groin simultaneously.

03. Defender steps down with right kicking leg into a low "Riding Horse Stance" facing to the 9:00 direction while still grasping the Attacker's right wrist with the Defender's left hand.

04. Defender shifts the stance to a high "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 8:00 while simultaneously executing a right upper cut punch to the inside of the Attacker's upper right arm by the biceps muscle(Heart 2).  

05. Defender crescent steps with the right foot toward the 12:00 direction and executes a right rear side elbow strike with the point of the Defender's right elbow to the center of the Attacker's ribs on the Attacker's right side next to the Attacker's right arm pit.

06. Defender steps forward with the right foot around clockwise, ducking under the Attacker's right arm, toward 5:00 shifting into a left forward stance facing to 12:00.  The Defender raises up the Attacker's right arm by the wrist with the Defender's left hand as this stance shift is being accomplished.  This motion will put the Attacker's right arm into a right wrist lock with the Attacker's right arm across in front of the Defender's body. As the transition to a left forward stance is completed the Defender executes a right downward forearm strike to the Attacker's right triceps muscle.

07. From the left forward stance, the Defender grabs the Attacker's upper right shoulder by the Attacker's neck with the Defender's right hand and executes a right upward front snap kick to the Attacker's solar plexus.08. Defender lets go of the Attacker and steps back with the right 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 #44 on: July 01, 2004, 01:20:01 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 16 (b)

Attack:

Attacker, from an "Orthodox Boxing Stance", executes a right cross punch to the Defender's face followed by a left hook punch to the Defender's right jaw.

Defense:

01. Defender steps forward with the right foot into a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 while simultaneously executing a left upward block strike to the Attacker's right punching arm (Heart 2) and a right front downward thrust punch to the Attacker's pubic bone.

02. Defender shifts back into a "Right Cat Stance" facing to 12:00 while executing first a right outward block strike to the Attacker's left hook punch which is then used to grab the left hook punching arm at near the wrist with the Defender's out block striking arm and hand and the left up block striking arm and hand slides down the Attacker's right punching arm to grasp at near the Attacker's right wrist..  The Defender now has control over both of the Attacker's arms.

03. Defender executes a right front snap kick to the Attacker's groin.

04. Defender stomps down with the Defender's right foot into a low "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 8:00.

05. Defender shifts the stance to a high "Kneeling Stance" facing to 8:00 while simultaneously executing a right upper cut punch to the Attacker's right upper arm between the biceps and triceps on the inside of the arm (Heart 2) which lifts the Attacker's right arm up with a little help from the Defender's left hand to expose the Attacker's right arm pit.

06. Defender crescent steps forward with the Defender's right foot toward the 11:00 direction into a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 8:30 and simultaneously executes a right point of the elbow strike to just below the Attacker's right arm pit while jerking on the Attacker's right arm by the wrist toward 6:00.

07. Defender then uses the right elbow striking arm to reach behind and grab the back of the Attacker's right shoulder while maintaining the grasp on the right wrist of the Attacker with the Defender's left hand.

08. Defender turns the Defender's body and swing steps with the Defender's left leg in a counter clockwise motion so that the Defender's back is against the Attacker's chest.  The Defender then executes a right over the shoulder throw.

09. As the Attacker lands, the Defender grasps the Attacker's right wrist with both of the Defender's hands and bends the Attacker's wrist back and raises the Attacker's arm up, making the Attacker's turn away from the Defender exposing the Attacker's back.

10. Defender executes a right front snap kick to the Attacker's lower right shoulder blade next to the spine.

11. Defender lets go of the Attacker and steps back with the right kicking leg toward 10:00 into a guarded stance while looking around in all directions for other potential attackers.
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