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Thursday, May 29, 2014
Technique Of Capturing (擒拿手)
No… They’re not
dancing. The above figure illustrates technique of locking and breaking
opponent’s spinal cord. Please don’t try this with your friends as it is
there is only one type of self-defense technique: the method of bringing down
our opponent in the shortest possible time and effort. Call it by any other
names if you may: kung fu, boxing, silat, taekwando, karate etc.
I think at
present, the most practical martial art is boxing…
imagine the below scenario:
You are in
your casual suits with a pair of tight jeans out for a walk and someone is
confronting you. What would you do?
person brings a weapon, run…
If there is
no way to run, then you must be prepared to defense yourself.
is: with today’s attire, there is very little chance to do fly kicks or any
other kicking techniques as we can see from Jacky Chan’s movies. What is left
is your pair of hands.
yourself lucky if you have a pair of strong fists at least with a strong blow,
you will knock the assailant out cold.
happened if the opponent is too close for a punch, then we will need the
‘capturing technique’. If we know human anatomy pretty well, then we know where
the weak points in our body are and use these weaknesses to our advantage.
Let me ask
you another question:
best distance to capture and break a person’s neck?
is only an inch or so… Believe it or not?