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Some of the comments to that youtube video correctly point out that the example of straight punching given in the video is not actually Wing Chun. If you take a look at a number of other Wing Chun videos you will see that not only is the punch delivered very differently, but also that Wing Chun practitioners will deliver a mix of punches, chops and open ...


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Punches can cause injury to your wrist, if delivered incorrectly. Search the dragonfishpond channel on youtube for an explanation of the correct structural alignment of the fist. Cuinn Wylie is also correct in saying the CQC instructor is not using proper Wing Chun. He is striking without controlling the opponent's arms - which is very dangerous and can also ...


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This link shows how I was taught to wrap my hands: https://www.mmafightgearonline.com/Articles.asp?ID=131 To prevent link rot here are the steps from it: Step 1 Your hand should be held open in a relaxed position, with your fingers spread apart. Begin by placing the hand wrap thumb loop around your thumb and be sure that the 'This Side Down' ...


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Calluses (skin growth) After many years of hand conditioning (punching makiwara and doing knuckle press ups) karateka can develop calluses on their dominant knuckles, such as these from Dan Djurdjevic's essay on conditioning: Another example of callused knuckles from the Big Stick Combat Blog: Cortical remodelling (bone adaptation) Wolff's law states ...


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The fist, like the rest of your body, adapts to the demands under which it's placed. The difference in the valley between the knuckles of the fore- and middle-fingers is likely not due to a remodeling of the bone structure of those joints, but rather is likely a change in the development of the muscles of the hand under demands of the grip, causing those two ...


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Depending on the surfaces your striking and with what protection your using, i.e. gloves or wraps, you can to modify your knuckles. In practice called Bone Remodeling, placing stress on your bones over long periods of time you can develop micro 'stress' fractures that get filled in with calcium, this modifies the bone itself and might be noticeable where the ...


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I had a friend who was a large, strong man who radically reshaped his hand over several years of punching wooden dummies without wraps, displacing the first two knuckles back to an unpleasant and less-functional position. More seriously, training a lot of punching without wraps can ruin your technique. If you start tightening the fist too much in ...


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In short term the pain tolerance will increase and the ability to hit harder will also increase but In long term expect problems with your hands, shakes, floating pices of cartride in your knuckles etc. . Hands are not meant to be used as hammers, intelligent beings use hammers instead.



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