Kihon -Tsuki & Uchi Waza (Punching & Striking)




Seiken Chudan Tsuki

Seiken Jodan Tsuki

Seiken Ago Uchi
Uraken Shomen Uchi

Uraken Sayu Uchi

Uraken Hizo Uchi
All Pictures by Mohammed Jaffer

Click on the picture to see a detailed version of the punch or strike

Check your technique from the bottom up and from the point closest to your center of gravity

For each technique, start off slow­ly carefully. For punches start off slow ones. For speed training depending on the individual.

Donít overdo it. On the last speed and pace. For all the basics,The closer the range, the greater the importance of tension

contraction in the drawn back arm. For all physical movement, aim for maximum contraction in muscles and joints, and then maximum release (straightening).

 Points to watch for basic strikes

Power should amount to 8O-9O% in the punching arm, the remainder being employed in the arm being pulled back. In your basic training, aim to increase the speed of the punching action.

Basic practice is carried out from a stationary position, in order to de­velop explosive power without step­ping in, simply through the twist of the hips and shoulders. This will ena­ble you increase both your power and your speed.




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