Releasing Oneself From A Waist Hold

Backward Jump Self Defence Styles

Turning my body back to the N. I rake my finger bails across my stomach. PHOTO NO. 264. The finger nails are in the nail beds of the attacker's fingers. A164. I then turn my upper body and attack him with my right elbow. PHOTO NO. 265. He might try to pick up his foot to retreat. I drop to the ground with both of my palms and kick upward with my right foot into his groin. PHOTO NO. 266. A165. I further attack with my right palm to his groin. As I said before, 'the art of overkill'. I further attack around to my left by twisting my waist and attack him with my left palm!

Groin Attack

RELEASING ONESELF FROM A WAIST HOLD: (Opposite)

This time the opponent grabs me with my arms inside of his arms. Firstly in the solo form, I use a right slip block to step back with my left foot and end up with my palms as shown in PHOTO NO. 267.

As he takes my waist, I should lean my upper body forward and break his hold by lifting my forearms upward and thrusting my behind into his lower abdomen. PHOTO NO. 268. A166. I drops straight down and again attack his groin with my left foot and then with my left palm as before. Now I turn my waist around to attack further with my right palm. PHOTO NO. 269.

Attack Groin

„ LINKING MOVEMENT:

With the left foot behind and facing to the N. I take a step to the rear with my right foot so that my right foot is back and take my left palm under my right to slip block and grab downward. PHOTO NO. 270. I then repeat this on the opposite side by taking a left step backwards and taking my right palm under my left.

TURNING THE BODY AND PUSHING THE PALMS OF THE DISCIPLES OF BUDDA:

Still facing the N. I grab the opponent's right palm attack and attack his face with my left palm. PHOTO NO. 271. A167.

He would probably block this with a slip block taking his left palm under my left. I then grab his left palm with my left palm and attack his face with my right palm. PHOTO

NO. 272. A168. He would probably evade my attack and re-attack with his right palm I take my right palm and taking it under his right I grab his right wrist and step in with my left foot to attack his groin with my left palm. PHOTO NO. 273. A168. I now face the S. If he blocks this (he must be superman!) I should raise my left palm to feint and swivel around; I attack to his groin again with my right palm. PH OTO NO. 274. A170.

Into His Groin

TURNING THE BODY AND PUSHING THE PALMS OF THE DISCIPLES OF BUDDA: (Opposite)

The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. I take one step back with my right foot and so a slip block with my left palm under to end up as in facing to the S. I grab his left attack with my left palm and attack his face with my right palm. I

grab his right palm with my right palm and attack his face with my left palm. Taking his left palm upward with my left palm, I step in with my right foot and turn to the N. and attack his groin with my right palm. Facing to the N with my left foot forward, I slap around to the rear with my left palm.

PUSHING THE BOAT FORWARD DOWNSTREAM:

Facing the N. I take his left fist with my left palm and takeover the block with my right palm underneath. I also lift my left foot off the ground. PHOTO NO. 275. A171.

I then step forward to the N. and grab his throat with my left palm as I put the weight onto my left foot. PHOTO NO. 276. A172.

PUSHING THE BOAT FORWARD DOWNSTREAM: (Opposite)

The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. I take the right fist with my right palm as before only it was left. Still facing the N. I take over the block with my left palm underneath and step forward to grab his throat with my right palm.

KICKING THE PURPLE GOLDEN CROWN:

I havejust attacked to the N. with my right palm. The opponent might grab my arm and drag me forward. A173. I should turn my right toes to the left as far as they can go and extending my right arm to go with the movement of the pull, I extend my left arm and turn to the S. to kick his groin with my left foot. PHOTO NO. 277. A174.

KICKING THE PURPLE GOLDEN CROWN: (Opposite)

Facing to the S. I place my left foot where It is and take my left palm under my right arm to do the slip block and take another step to the rear with my right foot to end up with my left foot forward and my left palm in front as shown in PHOTO NO. 278. I now take a slap step forward with my left foot and attack with left palm. The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. I turn my left toes to the right and extend my left palm. I then extend my right palm forward to the N. and kick to the rear with my right foot. PHOTO NO. 277, only in reverse.

TAKING A STEP AND SLIPPING A LATERAL PALM:

From the last kick, I take my right foot and place it where it is, taking my left palm under my right and ending up facing to the N. with my left foot and hand forward. PHOTO NO. 279. I take his left attack with my left palm and slip it along his under arm

PHOTO NO. 280. And attack his ribs. A175. I now lift his left arm with my left palm and take a step to the N. with my right foot to attack his left side. PHOTO NO. 281. A176. I further take a slap step with my right foot dragging my left foot up and attack his left side with double palms. PHOTO NO. 281. A177. Here you are attacking to a deadly combination of Dim-mak points. You rlef tpalm attack to S P21 which controls the whole upper body, while your Right palm attacks o K25, which

APPLICATION 176 PHOTO 282 APPLICATION 177

causes the Kidneys to fail. Attacking these points together, causes death.

TAKING A STEP AND SLIPPING A LATERAL PALM: (Opposite)

I now swivel around to the S. by taking my left palm under in a slip block. I take a step with my right toe to the S. and take my right palm under to block and attack his right arm as before. Now, I take a step with my left foot to lift his right arm with my right palm and attack his right side with my left palm. I further take a left slap step to attack his right side with double palms.

CAREFULLY PULLING THE GOAT FORWARD:

Facing the S. I take a left step backwards and slip block with my right palm under my left to take his right attack. PHOTO NO. 283. A178.

I now grab his right wrist with my right palm and take his right elbow with my left palm and kick his right knee with my right heel as he is pulled forward. PHOTO NO. 284. A179

CAREFULLY PULLING THE GOAT FORWARD: (Opposite)

The same as the previous movements of the same name only in reverse. I take a right step back as I take my left palm under my y right and block his left attack. I then grab his left wrist with my left palm and take his left elbow with my right palm and kick to his left ^ knee with my left heel. I still face to the S. Exact Opposite to PHOTO. NO. 284.

Kung Moves Elbows Heel

SNAKE PALMS:

I place my left foot down where it is and take his right low punch with my right palm and glancing it downward attack his groin.

PHOTO NO. 285 A180. I take a right step in towards him as I take his right wrist with my right palm and take another step in with my left foot turned to the right as far as possible and attack to his eyes with left snake palm: PHOTO NO. 286. A181. He might block this so I place my weight down onto my left foot and turn to the N. raising my right foot and thrusting backwards to his eyes with my right snake palm. PHOTO NO. 287. A182. He might block this and attack me with his left palm so I spin on my left heel clockwise to the S. and block his left palm with my left palm and step down to attack his eyes with right snake palm. PHOTO NO. 288. A183. He might block this if he's still alive and o I take a step in with my left foot to the S. and take over his left palm again with my left palm to attack his chest with single pounding palm.

APPLICATION ISO PHOTO 286 APPLICATION 181

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