Krav Maga's Cross Body Punch

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Krav Maga's Cross Body Punch

This page provides details on a Krav Maga "Cross Body Punch" (or Rear Hand Punch). For this punch, Krav Maga students are striking an opponent with their rear hand versus a jab where they would strike an opponent with their forward fist. This is a more powerful punch than a jab because you rotate your body into the punch and thus generate more power.

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