There is a saying in Chinese martial arts, “If you practice martial arts, you will be empty in old age”, which refers to the importance of practicing martial arts.
Martial arts exercises include strength training, speed training, endurance training, flexibility training, and anti-strike training.
Anti-strike training is an important part of martial arts practice. Only by continuously strengthening anti-strike training can we continuously enhance the ability to resist blows in important parts of the body such as arms, head, hips, and back, and lay the foundation for victory in combat combat.
I have compiled a set of armed police as a method of anti-strike training and shared it with everyone.
The method is simple, scientific, and effective, which is very suitable for ordinary people to start training.
This article is a continuation of the special quality training of fighting and fighting that everyone can practice.
First, by hitting sandbags
1. Hit the sandbag forward with the forehead of the head (Figure 1-1).
This not only strengthens the hardness of the forehead but also strengthens the neck muscles. It is an effective way to enhance the resistance to enemy blows to the head and cause head fainting.
2. Hit the sandbag with your shoulder arm (Figure 1-2).
The shoulders and arms are very important when blocking enemy boxing attacks on our upper set. At the same time, when falling to the ground, the chance of landing on the ground with your shoulders is very large. Therefore, this training can continuously increase the strength of the shoulder and upper arm to resist blows.
3. Hit the sandbag with the forearm and the back of the fist, the heart of the fist, the fist wheel, the back of the palm, the palm and the palm finger (Figure 1-3).
These parts not only have to strike an important blow force in the attack, but also the stronger their hardness during the strike, the greater the lethality of the hit. Practicing the ability to resist blows in these parts is not only handy when attacking, but also comfortable when defending.
4. Hit the sandbag with the back to the back (Figures 1-4).
Whether it is actively falling to the ground or being thrown to the ground by the enemy, the chance of landing on the ground with your back is very large. Therefore, it is very important to have a strong back and a super resistant back to blows, which can reduce your chances of injury.
Second, kick and hit the humanoid pile
Use the fist, foot, forearm, shin of the lower leg, etc. to continuously kick and hit the humanoid pile (Figure 2).
It can constantly increase the hardness of these parts, and it can make your attack and destructive power constantly increase.
At the same time, using other parts of the body to bump the humanoid pile can also enhance the resistance of these parts to blows. It allows you to act like an iron warrior without fear in real combat.
If there is no humanoid pile, you can also practice by finding a tree.
Third, use equipment to pat
The two slapped each other on various parts of their bodies with wooden sticks, boards, and targets (Figure 3).
This is a transition from the above individual practice to two people practicing each other’s strikes as a basis for entering real combat.
Fourth, kick and beat each other
The two kicked each other to various parts of the body with various punches, feet, elbows, and knees (Figure 4).
This is an exercise to enter into quasi-real combat. It can not only practice the ability of the person being beaten to resist the blow, but also practice the strength and strength of the hitting person, preparing for real combat combat.
Precautions for anti-striking training:
1. Shoulder striking exercises should be carried out on the basis of strength exercises, especially on the basis of strengthening large muscle groups such as neck muscles, abdominal muscles, chest muscles, back muscles, thigh muscles, etc. Only when the muscles are strong can it protect the internal organs and bones wrapped under them.
2. When being hit, hold your breath and sink your dantian, so that the muscles of the hit part are quickly tensed to enhance the resistance to the blow. When the head is hit, be sure to use the neck muscles to support it to prevent the rapid concussion of the cerebral cord and fainting.
3. Anti-strike training should follow the principle of gradual progress to avoid unnecessary injuries.
4. It is important to remember that anti-strike training and strength training go hand in hand. For example, when training, you can combine the strength of arms, fists and feet, shin bones, offensive and defensive moves, and anti-strike strength.