In order of appearance in my MA career...
1980s TKD: Delayed Death Touch
Years ago, as a beginner at the Univ of Kent TKD club, on the last day or term, was practicing the TKD swinging ax kick with a mate. When he swung his leg upward, it caught me under the knee cap. It hurt a fair bit, but I finished the session and went out on the pish with the lads that same night. The following day, I could barely move my leg, the knee joint was swollen and almost immovable. Went to quack, who removed some blood and told me if I had waited much longer I might have been seriously injured. Massive bruise sprouted subsequently and I was limping for weeks. Interestingly, my TKD teacher had suffered a ruptured spleen at a tourney - in fact, he won the fight in question - but it had not really hurt, so he not realised what had happened. Then he collapsed at the post-tourney pish up and was hospitalized hours later....All this from lowly TKD...
1990s Hapkido: Light Strike KO
Was sparring with a guy in Hapkido and we both did spin back kicks at the time, but I landed as he was turning, so caught him in in the back, where the armour does not reach. The kid went down. It was pretty light sparring and it had not felt hard, so nobody (incl me) realised he had been hurt...the coach walked over and said, "Come on, get up." But he literally could not move, he was flattened. He was taken to hospital and never showed up for training again. (That incident put a stop to sparring for a good while)
1990s Mantis: No inch strike
My mantis teacher, Wang Shiang-min, once put his fist on my pec and gave a short punch. Very odd feeling, almost like being winded (ie hit in the solar plexus) but his fist was on my chest. And it was pretty light - he was just demonstrating that "the body does the work, not the hand."
1990s HsingI: Body Shot
My HsingI teacher, Ray Wiley was talking about beng, and I was standing next to him - also I was the guy in the class most interested in HsingI's martial apps, the other guys were more into Taiji - and he put his fist on my lowed abdomen and benged. I doubled up and went down, severely winded>L I was useless for a couple of minutes. He said it was about 10 percent power. I was impressed at the time, but not sure if this was not just a specific demo....could he do the same thing from out of contact, and in movement?
For this reason, I'd be curious to know if anyone has been hit with these kinds of shots in sparring, rather than in demonstrations...?
2000S Chen Taiji shoulder strike
At Chenjiagou, I asked to feel Chen Ziqiang's shoulder strike while we were grappling. He told me through a translator that he would give me three shots of increasing intensity. First one was a bump that moved me, but was no big deal. Second one (with, IIRC, no wind up) sent me flying about 15 feet backward, and I breakfalled hard. He grinned and asked if I wanted to feel the third one. I shook my head...(2) was enough to convince me of his efficacy.
2000s Chen Taiji: Leg Destroyer
My Chen Taiji master, Chen Xiaoxing, was once showing the basic Taiji 'flash the back' throw using me as dummy. I still don't know quite what he did or how he did it, but I had a sense that if he had moved another half-inch during the throw, my knee would have been popped out of joint, probably due to the way had had placed my weight onto one leg and/or due to his leg placement. What interested me is that I have not come across the kind of internal organ IP strikes mentioned above in Chen Taiji, which is more a manipulative system than a striking system. But if what Chen XX did to me was not a fluke - and I suspect it was not - then Taiji has some very nasty ways indeed to attack the muscular-skeletal system, as opposed to the internal organs.
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