BARE-KNUCKLE STRIKING: THE ISSUE OF FORM

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Throwing a good punch is a complex process that employs the entire body from the soles of the feet to the surface of the knuckles. From the earth to the “boom,” so to speak. All these pieces of the process are important to effective striking; they are the fundamentals. Here I’ll address the jab, cross and hook from the ground up, so you can get the most power from your body at the least risk… Read More at Personal Defense Network

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