kung fu moves · 06/20/2023

11 sets of straight punch counterattack moves GIF

Straight fist is a boxing method with high practical value often used in combat fighting, and straight fist is divided into straight punches with the front hand and straight punches with the back hand; The straight punch of the forehand is the backbone of the boxing technique, and it is the primary basic boxing method for combat practitioners to master.

Straight punches have high offensive accuracy, strong suddenness, fierce strength, and both attack and defense, so they are extremely threatening punches.

The backhand straight fist is very lethal in combat combat, and it has strong penetration due to its distance from the target and the power to rotate forward when striking. It can attack opponents under the cover of straight punches in the forehand, making them defenseless.

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Let’s introduce you to 11 sets of actual combat cases of straight fist attack.

Practical case 1:

Our front hand fist feigned an attack on the enemy’s abdomen, and then the back hand punched the key point of his head.

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Practical case 2:

Our side feigned the enemy’s upper plate with a straight fist in the forehand, and then snatched the key point of his crotch and abdomen with a straight fist in the backhand.

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Practical case 3:

Our side blocked the enemy’s right straight fist with our left hand, and then attacked the key point of its crotch and abdomen with a straight fist with our right hand.

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Practical case 4:

Our side flashed back to defuse the enemy’s incoming left straight fist, and then attacked the enemy’s head with the left straight fist.

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Practical case 5:

Our side blocked the enemy’s right swing fist with a left-handed block, and then attacked the key point of his crotch and abdomen with a straight fist with his right hand.

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Practical case 6:

Our right hand blocks the enemy’s attack with our right hand, and then attacks the key point of the head with our left straight fist.

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Practical case 7:

Our left hand blocks to defuse the enemy’s attack with a right-hand hook, and we immediately attack the enemy’s head with a right straight fist.

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Practical case 8:

Our side defused the enemy’s attack with a leg lifting block, and then attacked the key point of the head with a straight left fist.

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Practical case 9:

Our side blocked the enemy’s incoming bullets with our left hand, and then attacked the key point of the head with our right hand.

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Practical case 10:

We blocked the enemy’s attack with our left hand and then attacked the key point of the head with our right hand.

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Practical case 11:

Our side blocked and defused the enemy’s attack, and then attacked the enemy’s head with a straight fist with our right hand.

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