Upward punch, also known as hook punch in boxing, is a sharp weapon in close combat. Due to the ability to fully cooperate with the twisting and lifting of the body and the rotating force of the fist during the attack, the attack power is extremely strong, often producing the effect of knocking down the opponent. The main attack sites were the mandible, epigastrium and ribs.
1. Right upper punch
Stand on the right stake. Turn your body slightly to the right, lower your right fist slightly, and maintain a 90 degree angle between your forearm and upper arm. Next, with the help of the front foot’s outward rotation and sudden push up to the left, the body moves its right fist in an arc upward to strike. Raise the front heel, with the center of the fist facing inward, the face of the fist slightly higher than the chin, and maintain protection on the back hand. (Figures 2-27 (1) (2))
Before attacking, the right arm should not be pulled down, only the upper body should move downwards to the right.
There is a confrontation between the enemy and ourselves. When the other person is not paying attention, I quickly hit the chin with a right upper punch. (Figures 2-28 (1) (2))
2. Left upper punch
Stand on the right stake. Turn slightly to the left, lower the height of the left fist slightly, and maintain a 90 degree angle between the upper arm and forearm. The body is propelled from bottom to top by the force of the rear foot’s outward rotation and sudden right turn to drive the left fist to hook upwards in an arc. The fist is inward facing, with the face slightly higher than the chin. The right fist rotates with the body to retract and protect the lower jaw area. (Figures 2-29 (1) (2))
Experience the power of twisting and lifting the body.
There is a confrontation between the enemy and ourselves. I quickly turned around and punched the opponent in the jaw with a left up punch when they were not paying attention. (Figures 2-30 (1) (2))
Whether attacking the head or body, the shovel has the ability to move the buttocks forward
There is a confrontation between the enemy and ourselves. I quickly approached and hit the opponent’s abdomen or face with a right shovel. (Figures 2-32 (1) (2) (3))