Here's looking at you, squid.
Posted On:3/13/2007 3:45pm
Style: Ke?po, MMA ultra-newb
That fist versus palm strike thing reminds me of a confirmed medical report where a police officer got HIV and Hep C (I believe) when he punched a guy in the jaw with a closed hand. The guy's lips pulped and his teeth cut the officer's knuckles.
"Reason is a choice. Wishes and whims are not facts, nor are they a means to discovering them. Reason is our only way to grasping reality -- it's our basic tool of survival. We are free to evade the effort of thinking, to reject reason, but we are not free to avoid the penalty of the abyss we refuse to see."
- Terry Goodkind, "Faith of the Fallen"
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Posted On:3/13/2007 6:07pm
Style: Kaju, BJJ, Judo, Kempo
Originally Posted by Nuck Chorris
I'd hate to pic of disaster my own family but...
RISE FROM THE DEAD!!!! RISE I TELL YOU!!!!
You know the person in that picture?
Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
Posted On:3/13/2007 8:07pm
Style: WHKD (Kaju), Sub. Grapple
Originally Posted by KempoFist
Think we are thinking of different things. In close, or clinched I'd say the palm would be a good choice, because you can both strike and grab at the face if you wanted to. But I tried in striking range trying to palm the guys face instead of jabbing him, and I almost lost my hand because of it. Pretty bad move IMO.
Damn...still wanna see that multi-man sparring drill :(
I'll get that video here; my school opens up May 1, so once that is up for a bit I should have the neccesary people. As for palm-strikes, I definetly agree that close in they are ideal. However, I was also refering to longer range strikes. People in general (again from my med school classes) break their last few knuckles when punching someone quite frequently. Between this fact, my instructor's advice, and my own proficiency with open hand strikes, I can say that I am less likely to break my hand in a palm heel position than in a fist in about 90% of situations. To each his own though.
Posted On:3/14/2007 9:40am
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
Have another bottle of Chard, dude, and we'll make up some bullshit.
"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
Posted On:3/14/2007 10:47am
The enlisted man at the Kaneohe Marine Corps Base bottle store told my mother, "Lady, that's some good chard there." When she was buying some cheap ass mags of slop. Well-to-do by the end of her life, but depression child, she couldn't force herself to spend money on good wine.
So this thread is about palm heel strikes? I can't remember where I came in - blame it on the new and improved Hearty Burgundy. An article on the wines of my youth http://www.azcentral.com/home/wine/a...ldies0729.html - you might be old enough to have drunk Ripple?
I like palm heels myself, use them on the bag sometimes, specially when my wrist is giving away. I used them in a spar/fight once:
Posted On:11/07/2009 11:15pm
Style: investigating styles
A Kappa and a Mason! My kinda guy!
Posted On:11/08/2009 10:32am
Yes sir, the BEST of both worlds...:)
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