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We teach knife-hand blocks for a reason. They're faster, require less energy and reduce the chance of a strike glancing off and hitting you anyway because the knife-hand block is more elastic than the closed fist variant. In other words, it remains in contact with the strike slightly longer than a more rigid closed-fist block. It also puts you in a more ...
One should have dramatically less confidence in techniques which have not been validated in sparring and, optimally, competition. That said, striking sparring with open fingers leads to broken, sprained, and jammed fingers, as well as accidental eyepokes. You should evaluate your need for open-handed techniques accordingly.
Put a wooden 3 inch dowel vertically on 5 gal bucket. Every day add a bowl of water and lift with only fingers from ground to chest 15 minutes per arm. When the bucket Is full of water switch to sand then lead. Takes like a year but once u can lift the lead filled bucket to your chest you can control any man or animal with just the strength of your hands. ...
Let the dog bite your forearm or shirt and when it try's to pull back stomp on the front paw's or leg's dog problem gone it will yelp in pain run away or keep a safe distant You.
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