Attack the Yintang acupoint with a straight punch
Self-defense techniques involving the Yintang acupoint, a specific point on the face. It provides instructions for practicing self-defense against both fixed and moving targets.
Table of Contents
Yintang Acupoint Location:
The Yintang acupoint is located between the eyebrows, along the bridge of the nose.
Practice with Fixed Dummy:
Demonstrates techniques for attacking the Yintang acupoint on a stationary target, emphasizing the importance of speed and elasticity in the arm movement.
Practice with Moving Targets:
Explains a self-defense technique called “Co-counter” where one hand blocks the attack while the other simultaneously counters the opponent’s attack. Speed is highlighted as crucial.
Maintaining Calm Posture:
Advises staying calm and maintaining a non-confrontational posture when facing a potential attacker, keeping the hands in a flexible position.
Blocking and Countering:
Describes the process of blocking an attack with one hand and swiftly countering by striking the Yintang acupoint with the other hand, emphasizing the need to protect the face.
Emphasizes the importance of keeping the eyes open to observe the target during self-defense practice.
Recommends wearing thin gloves for training purposes to protect against scratches while maintaining a realistic feel.
Encourages daily practice of simple moves, combining blocking and counterattacking to improve accuracy and power.