Learn Karate's Oi-Zuki (or Lunge Punch)

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Learn Karate's Oi-Zuki (or Lunge Punch)

This section examines Karate's Oi-Zuki (Oi-Tsuki) or "Lunge Punch". The video provides details on how to do a Karate lunge punch. This punch is used in self-defense training as well as many katas such as Shotokan Taikyoku Shodan.

For more punch information and videos, visit the main Karate Punches or Martial Arts Punches sections.

Video of Oi-Zuki (or Lunge Punch)

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