2. Left shovel hammer
Stand on the right stake. Lean slightly inward, press the left elbow inward against the front edge of the pelvis, rotate the left fist slightly outward, and align the forearm with the ground at approximately 45 degrees.; Step on the ground with the left foot and rotate outward, using the force of the body’s right turn to rotate the fist forward and upwards, striking the fist with the heart facing upwards; The right fist rotates with the body to retract and protect the lower jaw area. (Figures 2-33 (1) (2))
Shovel hammer has the shortest distance compared to hook hammer, but it is extremely powerful. Often used in conjunction with the body’s left and right movement to shovel and strike.
There is a confrontation between the enemy and ourselves. When the opponent hits my face with their right fist, I block with my right hand and hit the opponent’s ribs with my left shovel. (Figures 2-34 (1) (2))
Or when the opponent hits my head with a left punch, I quickly hit the opponent’s jaw with a left shovel. (Figures 2-35 (1) (2))