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Martial Arts Books. Martial Arts Nonfiction Books in Japanese. Trust me. The snapping front kick mae geri is basically the second technique you learn in Karate, after the straight punch. However, recently I think more fighters are starting to discover the snap mae geri, which can be done both to the face and midsection. Why it works: Your leg muscles are the most powerful muscles in the human body.
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When all of that power is concentrated to the ball of your foot, great force is generated. The kick can be aimed at both the head and the mid section. But, few people do it with the ball of the foot.
This kick is becoming more popular lately. Why it works: The roundhouse kick is perhaps the most powerful kick ever. So imagine all that power concentrated into the ball of your foot.
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Aim for the liver, ribs or kidneys. As the name implies, this is a stomping side kick aimed at the knee joint, or hip joint. The damage it can cause is horrible.
One of the most successful fighter in the history of MMA, Jon Jones, used this kick with great success in many of his fights. Use with caution! Most MMA fighters use elbows in a sideways or downward fashion.
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But, just like most of the techniques in this article, this version of the elbow strike is more sneaky and dangerous. Why it works: If you stand in a regular fighting position, your elbows naturally point down. So, just bring your elbow forcefully up when your opponent is close enough.
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