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- Immediately after the block makes contact with the attacker's arm, bounce off the arm with a straight fore fist punch to the attacker's unprotected face.
- If you had to block the punch, it meant the attacker was in punching range, and, since the attacker's arm is extended, he or she has no defense against the counter punch.
- A bounce block makes the block, and following attack, a single movement. A bounce block may continue to block even as it is attacking. For example, using the above example, as the blocking arm bounces moves into the counter punch, it continues to block the attacker's arm to the outside to prevent the attacker from hooking it at the end of its motion in a last effort attempt to strike the head.