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Tag Archives: Foot Stomp

The foot stomp is a close-range technique that is often used in the clinch. A fighter stomps downward, using his heel to strike the top of the opponent's instep with whichever foot is best at that moment. The move isn't meant to hurt an opponent. Instead, it distracts him and keeps him on the defensive so the fighter can transition into dirty boxing or go for a takedown. The technique is also known as the "heel stomp."

The Kuk Sool Technique That Will Save Your Life

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Do you know the kuk sool technique called dee eue bohk soo? No? Well, it might be your last line of defense against a double wrist grab from behind.
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Posted in Kuk Sool, Throws/Takedowns.

Self-Defense Moves: Tim Kennedy Shows You H2HC Techniques Based on His Army Rangers Training and the Special Operations Combatives Program (SOCP)

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

Mixed martial arts and military training are great ways to get tough — and few demonstrate that better than Tim Kennedy, who brings his wide range of hand-to-hand combat experience to bear in this video!
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat.