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Tag Archives: Elbow Strikes

Elbow strikes are for close-range attacks. The strikes are characterized by inward-horizontal and downward-diagonal trajectories and can be thrown from the stand-up, clinch or ground positions. They mainly target the head but also the body when used on the ground. They can be used in conjunction with other strikes-hooks, crosses or jabs-from any position.

Muay Thai Elbow Strikes: 5 Best Targets and the Best Methods for Hitting Them

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

An experienced muay Thai practitioner reveals the strategies you need to succeed with this martial art’s most feared weapon.
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Posted in Muay Thai.

Mixed Martial Arts in China: Sanshou and San Da

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Sanshou is not quite kung fu, and it’s not quite MMA. It’s a Chinese amalgamation that lies squarely in the middle, and it has a lot to offer competitive martial artists who value tradition.
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Posted in Sanshou.

Tang Soo Do Self-Defense Moves Video: C.S. Kim and Y.D. Kim Demonstrate an Elbow Break!

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

In this Korean martial arts video, International Tang Soo Do Federation founder C.S. Kim and his son, Y.D. Kim, take you through a self-defense sequence that could inflict significant injury upon an opponent.
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Posted in Tang Soo Do.