Hello, I'm Ben Brown, and this is how to execute a reverse punch without your opponent seeing it. Alright this brings us back to that old school style karate punch. It's not used very much in contemporary martial arts today because it's so easy to see coming and a lot of times it leaves you open to some counter punches. So I'm going to give you some tools to set it up and a lot easier, a lot safer. So how to get this there without him seeing it. Lots of ways to do it, here's one trick. Okay, your fighter assumes his fight stance. You're going to realize that if there is something else in his face, he's much less likely to see this coming, that's one of the things we're going to ploy. Another thing is if he is facing this way and I happen to be facing this way, it's going to be a lot harder for him to detect the punch as well. So the first thing I'm going to do is set up just one simple lead hand and then I'm going to use that same hand to hook as I move around and then I'm going to throw that lead hand followed by that cross. Okay so it's going to look like this one, two, three, four. You're going to use your lead hand to get his hand up. You are going to use your lead hand to drag it back, again lead hand to land on his face, the whole time circling around to his dominant side and fire off your reverse punch. Once you have got this hook, you are not pulling it down, you are pulling it back and this is what you are going to find. They start to pull back against you, pull that hand back. So my hand is the arrow. His hand is the bow string, boom and that's what tees up your final reverse punch.