Uppercut Punch - Martial Arts Punching Technique

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Uppercut Punch - Martial Arts Punching Technique

This page provides information on how to do a martial arts uppercut punch. This is a powerful technique that is utilized to strike targets such as an opponent's jaw or to deliver body blows.

This punch is often thrown vertically from in-close to strike the underside of an attacker's chin (especially if the chin has not been tucked in properly against the chest). For more punches and hand/arm strikes (i.e. spinning back fist), please visit the main Punches & Strikes section.

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