How to use a Strike to the Ears in Self-Defense Situations

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Wiki Revision Date - 08 Nov 2014 02:26

How to use a Strike to the Ears in Self-Defense Situations

This page focuses on strikes to the ears in self-defense situations (i.e. rape prevention). The instructional videos below provide a variety of different ways that ears strikes or attacks are used in self-defense.

Many of these self-defense targets (i.e. groin or eyes) are illegal in martial arts sparring competitions. However, they are useful in self-defense situations. Ear strikes often utilize a palm strike, ear clap, slap or a grab.

These attacks on vital points should only be used in life or death situations as you can severely injure your opponent.

For more instruction, please visit the Vital Points, Strikes & Punches and Self-Defense sections.

Self-Defense - Slap or Cupped Blow to Ear

Women's Self-Defense - Ear Tear


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