Bruce Lee One Inch Punch – Demonstration Myth or Useful Training?

Bruce Lee One Inch Punch – Demonstration Myth or Useful Training?


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  • Does this punch get it's power from the muscles already being coiled so to speak rather than them being extended? I know you've talked a little bit in your other Wing Chun Vids and on Twitch about the power difference in the coiled vs. extended. I'm just curious as to the train reaction that happens in the body when this punch is done, that makes it so powerful. Also congrats on an other great vid Phil!

  • I know its unrelated to this video but I so can't wait for you to lose it when a new trailer final fantasy VII remake comes out. lol

  • So I'm a boxer and did alittle bit of muay Thai. What martial arts do you know? You move with badass explosion!!

  • the one inch punch is more like a king hit , a punch that will only work if your feet are off balance and your not ready for it .it's only a party trick that will never work in a real battle that's why no one use's it in real fight's (truth be told) i'v used it that's the only way it work's a king hit to someone who's not ready .don't waste your time trying to learn usless shit. always try to walk away from a battle and talk the other guy out of it even if you can drop them in one second (just because you can doesn't mean you should.peace guys .

  • There was a silver haired security contractor using the "heart starter" as a guest teacher of our school, one-inch-punch as a short stun. The push is just for show, yes?
    I notice that you didn't mention "strike from across the long bridge" (長橋伐力), or re-using an extended hand as the nearest weapon to stun, as an application?

  • Brilliant breakdown, awesome analysis and very concise. I think the push would come in very handy to give you time to re-adjust and make your next move, I also think the close one has its advantages as well catching your opponent unaware and would do the more damage. I must say I probably wouldn't apply either one of them in a fight but that's my opinion. Like you said they are great party tricks. Great work as always and love the diversity and effort of the channel. Keep it up 🙂

  • If someone grappled me like that I'm going for a big left hook to the liver. Will drop any man and break the floating ribs.

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