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Let's make certain things clear. I am not a professional practitioner of any form of combat sport. I am just an ordinary citizen with a day job. And I am writing this for the sake of everyone to return home and have a peaceful dinner.
Before we get into the topic of hitting someone, I am going to let you know how painful you CAN hit.
First, make a closed fist and tap a light punch to your own thigh. I know it sounds and feels silly. Because, here the intention of your punch was to Reach the surface of your skin. Now my question for you is, what if the intention of the punch had been to touch the surface of your thigh bone ?
There are two factors that have created the above mentioned scenarios and one that I will discuss now. -> Aim -> Target
Scenario 1 : "Aiming at a point Before the Target" That means your punch didn't connect in this scenario. Which can also be called as a 'miss'.
Scenario 2 : "Aiming at a point On the Target" That means your punch touched the surface. If it can reach, then that distance is considered as your 'range'. For you to hit someone, you need to push yourself for your opponent to be inside your range. And, for you opponent to miss you need to be away from their range.
Scenario 3 : "Aiming at a point Beyond the Target" The more you aim beyond the position of your target, heavier your punch is required to be. As your punch is encountering Mass Density, Structural Rigidity and Surface Elasticity to make through the point of the target to reach where you are AIMING for.
In next chapter we will discuss "Conditioning for Intention"