How to Break Boards in Martial Arts : Positioning a Board for Board Breaking in Martial Arts

How to Break Boards in Martial Arts : Positioning a Board for Board Breaking in Martial Arts


LASZLO HUVE: On behalf of Expert Village,
my name is Laszlo Huve, here in New York City, Camp Undefeated. Today we’ll try to break
a board. Our next move in board breaking: to position the board properly and to be able
to break with a clean cut. Okay? Our next move, basically, coming down and take a look
at the board. Okay? Because it’s a pine board, we have grains going down on the board and
if you try to have those grains line up in a way, if you’re doing a knife hand or you’re
doing a fist, it’s lined up horizontally compared to our fist. Our next step should be, make
sure that the bricks are distanced proportionately. There should be about half an inch cover on
that board. Okay? Next step is positioning the body for it. Our position for the next
break which will be a fist, one board fist, is walking stance, which is about shoulder
with a distance from the board. You have to be able to go–move to the board and you have
to be able to strike in a smooth movement.

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