Traditional Chinese martial arts have always attached importance to finger attack techniques, such as the finger attack technique used in the point point.
At the same time, in traditional Chinese martial arts, the training of fingers is also very important, such as the “One Finger Zen” kung fu is famous.
In the past street fights, the technique of “one finger lamp” was generally secret, and the light here pointed to the eyes. So it’s a real killer and can easily maim your opponents.
Sorted out 6 “one-finger light” technical moves and shared them with you. But in actual self-defense combat, you need to use it with caution!
The “one finger” in the following move is the index finger shape as shown in Figure 0, that is, the index finger is straight, and the remaining four fingers are flexed, and the index finger is used to pierce the enemy’s key points.
Both sides stand in a left-fighting style and confront each other (Figure 1-1). We suddenly made an illusory move with a “finger” of our right hand on the upper set, feigning an attack on the enemy’s eyes and drawing the enemy’s defensive attention to the upper set (Figure 1-2). Immediately afterwards, our side twisted to the left and swept the vital point of the enemy’s middle disc with the right whip leg (Figures 1-3).
Both sides stand in a left-hand fighting style and confront each other (Figure 2-1). We attack the enemy’s upper eye with a “finger” of our right hand; The enemy defends with his left forearm (Figure 2-2). We then swept the enemy’s left waist with a right whip leg, forcing the enemy to defend (Figs. 2-3). Immediately afterwards, our right foot quickly descends forward, and with the “finger” of our left hand, we quickly click on the enemy’s upper eye (Figure 2-4).
Our side stands in a left fighting style, and the enemy stands in a right fighting style, and the two sides face each other (Figure 3-1). The enemy’s left foot steps forward and kicks our left leg or shin with a low right kick; We immediately withdrew our left leg to dodge the enemy’s right kick (Figure 3-2). Taking advantage of the fact that the enemy’s right leg had not yet recovered and the center of gravity was unstable, our side quickly stepped forward and left to get close, and quickly pierced the enemy’s eye with a “finger” of the left hand (Fig. 3-3).
Our side stands in a left fighting style, and the enemy stands in a right fighting style, and the two sides face each other (Figure 4-1). The enemy slides forward and attacks our face with a straight right fist; We immediately slid backwards to dodge, while blocking the enemy’s right fist with our right forearm block (Figure 4-2). Immediately, our side quickly stepped forward and left to get closer, and then pierced the enemy’s eye with a “finger” of the right hand (Figure 4-3).
The enemy strikes our face with a left straight fist on the left; We use our right palm to shoot inward to block the defensive solution (Figure 5-1). Immediately after the enemy, he hit us in the chest with a right straight fist; We use our left palm to shoot inward to block the defensive solution (Figure 5-2). Without stopping, our side quickly stepped forward and left to get closer, and then used the “finger” of the left hand to violently click the Tiantu point in the enemy’s throat (Figure 5-3).
Our side confronted the enemy in a left-hand fighting style; When the enemy steps up to the left and wants to attack our chest with a straight right fist, we quickly close our left palm to meet it, and press the palm against the enemy’s right fist to seal his right fist (Figure 6-1). When the enemy’s right fist is blocked from recovering, we take this opportunity to step forward and left, get close and stab the enemy’s eye or throat with a “finger” of our left hand (Figure 6-2).