Thread: Palm strike
1/09/2004 11:25am, #31
the wonderful thing about the palm strike to the chin/nose/forehead, on an upright opponent is that it gets his head back ,breaking his balance making any throw a lot easier to accomplish16 years till retirement.
1/09/2004 11:26am, #32
1/09/2004 11:40am, #33
Don't forget driving the nose bone into the brain !!!!!!!!
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She hit 2 women in the nose with a palm heel, Almost driving the bone into their brain :rolleyes:
1/09/2004 12:10pm, #34
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I like palm striks too. Especially to the ear and chin etc. One concern I have that may be just theoretical is the fact the the median nerve is located in approximatly the same area. It is deeply buried. However I saw a patient one who fell on a piece of glass and severed the nerve resulting in some very significant disability to his hand. I wonder if you went to strike someone in the nose and their mouth was open whether you could strike their upper incisors instead resulting in a cut. I have never seen that and it just a theoretical concern. The median nerve feeds a majority of the intrinsic muscles of the hand including the thumb. Destruction of that nerve could result in the person becoming significantly impaired in grasping objects, tight grip etc.
1/09/2004 12:21pm, #35
Hmmm other than the double slap to the ears cliché the only thing I can think of is a double palm strike to the head to break the jaw. One palm hits the side of the jaw while the other hits the side of the head.
1/09/2004 2:02pm, #36
How aboutr a double palm strike to lung points....The way I understand these they are just up and to the outside on the pectoral muscle almost where the shoulder joins the chest... I think this is a strong strike combination (both don't hit exactly the same time)
1/09/2004 2:10pm, #37
Double anythings are always risky.“We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.
1/09/2004 7:40pm, #38
The advantage of palm strikes over punching is that you are less likely to injure your hand.Ghost of Charles Dickens