How to do a Knuckle Fist Strike in the Martial Arts
The knuckle fist is formed by folding the fingers once on the top crease and keeping the tips of the fingers touching the upper palm.
The striking surface uses all the knuckle points. The strike is linear and circular.
Good for hard to reach places when striking linear. Circular strikes are good for causing pain by striking across a bony area such as the neck, philtrum, back of hand and temple.
- Deceptive, usually after a face claw
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