Hand suffocation refers to a sealing technique in which the fingers bend and suddenly pull down the other person’s arm in contact with it, exposing its emptiness. When using, it is achieved by the combined force of twisting the waist and hip and dropping the elbow tip.
1. Double suffocation hand
Use both hands to control the opponent’s arm to pull downwards, exposing the opponent’s emptiness and diverting their attention, creating conditions for the next attack.
I clapped my hands close and sealed the opponent’s right hand. After the hook and palm hit the opponent’s head and was blocked, I quickly pulled down my hands. Then, my upper body leaned forward and hit the opponent’s face with my head. As the opponent’s hands struggled upwards, I tilted my upper body back and lifted my knee to hit the opponent’s crotch. (Figure 3-31 (1) (2) (3) (4))
When suffocating the hand and colliding with the head and knee, it is achieved by assisting the other party’s sudden imbalance and release.
2. Single hand
Use one hand to control the opponent’s arm and pull it downwards, exposing the opponent’s head while the other hand cooperates in the attack.
I clapped my hand close and sealed the opponent’s right hand. After hitting the opponent’s head with a hook and palm, it was blocked, and my right hand pulled down the opponent’s left hand. At the same time, hit the opponent’s jaw with a left punch. (Figures 3-32 (1) (2))
Use the power of upper body rotation to complete palm pull down and punch attacks.