Estos ejercicios los practico con mi esposo, son una forma de como defenderte si te encuentras en una situacion dificil. Yo practico mucho de como atacar con la mano abierta y en que parte del cuerpo puedes atacar.
En esta foto pueden ver el monkey wrist strike(asi yo le llamo)
This is the hand position for Single Whip. It is a very versatile tool used for striking ( mainly sides but also knuckles, wrist area, and back of hand), poking (fingers concentrate energy into a small area), neutralizing (fingers wrap mainly around wrist of opponent).
The palm heel strike is an effective alternative to a punch. It has the potential to do a significant amount of damage when sent to the face or throat without the same risk of damaging or breaking the hand as a punch carries. (uno de mis favoritos)
The back fist often used to surprise an opponent after you have missed with a standard punch and attack with the same hand. You will hit the opponent with the back of your fist & knuckles. Can be used as a finisher, to disorientate attacker, or to bridge of nose for you to make an escape.
The knifehand strike is more popularly known as a karate chop and involves striking a target with the pinky finger side of the hand, making contact with the area that reaches from the base of the finger to the wrist. A karate chop is most effective when aimed at muscles in the neck, vertebrae in the spinal column, the jugular, collar bone, or throat area.
The knifehand is common in many different Asian martial arts not only as an offensive weapon, but also as a defensive tool.