How to Block a Punch in Street Fights. This week we look at how to defend yourself against a punch in a real fight. looking at how your reaction time will affect your ability to block punches, we offer the advice on the best way to defend yourself.
The ultimate way to defend against multiple punches in a fight. Some simple ideas of how to block a punch and move efficiently against “punches in bunches”.
We’ve covered some of these ideas in our video on the Top 3 Best Ways to Block a Punch in a Street Fight. Make sure that you watch this video to see the BONUS TOP TIP to block and punch to your head.
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How to block a punch in a street fight requires little effort, just the ability to generate power over a short distance. This week we discuss the how to block a heavy hook (or haymaker) punch from a bigger or stronger attacker in a street fight with 3 variations that we think work the best in the a real fight.
We have said in previous videos (https://youtu.be/qVCsZ3PNaww) that the best way to defend against a heavy punch is not to block the punch, but to attack the arm. We that video we discussed the simple science behind how and why the block worked so well, highlighting a small detail in wear to hit the arm in order to stop it dead in the air.
If you can get this technique right you will literally be able to follow up with a barrage of punches in order to protect your personal space.
The Concepts of that approach was taken from Wing Chun. In fact, it relates to the concept of Simultaneous Attack and Defence in a Fight. Hence, if you speak to any Wing Chun practitioner they will explain the core concepts within this martial art is to attack and defend simultaneously when attacked with a punch in a fight. The idea behind this concept is that you can move more efficiently and therefore defend yourself better if someone throws a big punch. Read more ► http://www.londonwingchun.co.uk/reality-simultaneous-attack-and-defence-fight
How does this really work in a fight or in self defence? People tend to throw multiple punches in a barrage to overwhelm you in a street fight. So how does Wing Chun really answer this problem? Well in this video we borrow this concept and apply the notion of power generation to destroy heavy hooks.
In the first part of the video we introduce the concept of power generation and making it work for self defence or in a real fight. However, there is still a risk of your attacker throwing a second punch, especially if they are able to absorb your counter strike.
The second part of the video introduces a safer more reliable approach in which to use this technique. The key point to note is that you have to punch hard in order to slow to stop your attacker’s second punch. Only then can you actually fight back with some clear Wing Chun follow ups.
The third part of the video recaps the basic ideas of why we must attack. The key point to note is that practising in this method of training allows you the ability to understand how to find a simultaneous attack and defence when your arms are clinched with your attackers.
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