Nine Angles of Attack (part 2)

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5. Angle 5 is like a golf swing. Your right arm continues from where you stopped behind your neck and shoulder on your right side. You then swing it through hitting their kidneys or scooping up one of their legs or knocking a kicking leg away. I highly recommend using an open hand slap to do this. Angle 5 finishes behind your neck and shoulder on the left side of your body.

6. Angle 6 picks up where angle 5 left off. Angle 6 is like a reverse golf swing. Your right arm continues from where you stopped behind your neck and shoulder on your left side. You then swing it through hitting their kidneys or scooping up one of their legs or knocking a kicking leg away. I highly recommend using an open hand slap to do this. Angle 6 finishes behind your neck and shoulder on the right side of your body.

7. Angle 7 picks up where angle 6 left off. Your hand is in the shape of a fist. Raise your right arm straight up into the air and then drop it straight down in front of you as you turn. Continue the motion finishing with your fist behind your neck and shoulder on your left side. Think of Angle 7 as a strike to the top of their head, top of their nose or into their teeth. Try to make the downward angle so straight that opponent will have trouble actually seeing it. Angle 7 can also be a downward arm break.

8. Angle 8 picks up where angle 7 left off. Your hand is in the shape of a fist. Drop your right arm straight down into their groin and then raise it straight up in front of you as you turn. Continue the motion finishing with your fist behind your neck and shoulder on your right side. Techniques for Angle 8 include the groin, the bladder, the stomach and under the chin. Angel 8 can also be an uppercut.

9. Angle 9 is a straight punch with a fist out in front of you.