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A punch is a striking blow with the fist.

It’s utilized in almost all martial arts and combat sports, including boxing, where the sole offensive technique is authorized. Hand wraps or other padding, such as gloves, can be used in sports to protect participants and practitioners from injury. Punches are used differently in different martial arts and combat sports. Boxing, Suntukan, and Russian fist combat all rely only on punches, but Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Lethwei, and karate may employ both punches and kicks.

Wrestling (excluding professional wrestling) and judo (punches and other striking techniques, atemi, are included in judo kata but are prohibited in competitions) are two examples of sports that do not utilize punches. Punches come in various shapes and sizes, and as a result, various styles cover a variety of punching techniques.

Forming a fist and hitting with the rear of the fist is how a backfist is done. When the attacker swivels 360 degrees before landing the blow, the spinning backfist adds more momentum to the strike. The fighter will lunge and turn toward the opponent’s side, attacking with the fist he or she has chosen. To put it another way, go left, spin left, and connect with the left fist, and vice versa.

Chambered Punch

A blow originates from a “chambered” stance and is widely used in karate, kung fu, and tae kwon do.

A direct straight strike performed with the back hand, comparable to the jab. The rotation of the hips is what generates power. The jab is a straight punch executed with the arm above the lead foot (usually from a distance). The punch is fast and powerful. This punch must be delivered with the tips of the knuckles, not a flat fist. Distraction, preserving distance, setting up, and defense are all common uses.

A long fist is produced by tucking the fingers into the bottom knuckle of each finger. They have a lower strength but a greater reach. In addition, the hitting surface is smaller, allowing the fist to dig between ribs and other soft target regions.

The target is struck with a compressed fist, which is generally used outside the fist. A punch with little elbow bend in which the arm is whipped sideways from the shoulder joint. The term comes from the motion, which is similar to swinging a scythe manually cutting hay.

Because the angle of approach is unsupported by the rest of the forearm, the haymaker is called an imperfect/impure punch. Because the strength of a haymaker is entirely produced from weight transfer and momentum rather than muscular contraction, a long windup is necessary to create enough force. Because the legs cannot be utilized to create force, haymakers in shoulder punches are commonly used from a mounted position in mixed martial arts as part of the “ground and pound” strategy.

When delivered from a standing position, these punches leave the recipient open to a counterpunch during the wind up, if the haymaker is stopped, or if the haymaker misses. The haymaker is sometimes referred to be a street or barfighter’s punch since it is the punch that people who have never trained martial arts are most likely to employ. It has little to no advantages over other punches like the fairly similar hook, making its use by martial artists uncommon.

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