kung fu moves · 06/08/2023

12 Muay Thai offensive leg strokes

1. Left front kick + right high sweeping leg

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We step forward with our right foot and then attack the chest and abdomen with our left front kick (Fig. 1-1). Constantly moving up, we take advantage of the opponent’s chest and abdomen being kicked and bent over, the left leg quickly lands on the ground as a support leg, and quickly twists to the left, and violently kicks the opponent’s left head or neck with the high right sweeping leg (Figure 1-2).

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Second, left front kick + right back leg flirtation

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We hit the opponent’s jaw with a left front kick (Figure 2-1). Without stopping, our left leg quickly falls forward, quickly turns 180 degrees to the left and back with the left leg as the axis, turns away from the opponent, and quickly slams the opponent’s crotch or abdomen with the right back leg (Figure 2-2).

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3. Right front kick + right high sweeping leg + left-handed kick

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We attack the opponent’s crotch with a front right kick (Figure 3-1). Constantly moving up, taking advantage of the opponent’s crotch and abdomen being kicked by our side to close the abdomen and bow down, our right foot does not land on the ground and quickly changes into a high sweeping leg to sweep the left side of the opponent’s head (Figure 3-2). Immediately afterwards, our right foot landed on the ground, and we quickly turned 180 degrees to the left and back, and attacked the opponent’s head or back with a left-handed kick (Fig. 3-3).

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4. Left low sweeping leg + right high sweeping leg

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We kick the inside of the opponent’s left knee with a low left sweep leg (Figure 4-1). Constantly moving up, our left foot quickly lands on the ground, then twists to the left and kicks the opponent’s left head or neck with a high right sweeping leg (Figure 4-2).

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5. Right low side kick + right reverse kick

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. Our left foot is half a step forward, then turn 90 degrees to the left, face the opponent sideways, and quickly attack the knee or shin of the opponent’s left leg with the low right kick leg (Figure 5-1). Without stopping, our right foot quickly lands forward to the ground, our left foot quickly steps forward, and then the right leg is bent on the ground and lifted up, and the straight knee is arced from left to right and swings backwards to hit the opponent’s head (Figure 5-2).

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6. Left middle side kick + left flying side kick

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We step forward with our right foot and then attack the opponent’s abdomen or ribs with a mid-left kick (Figure 6-1). Immediately after the upward movement, our right foot quickly lands on the ground, our legs kick the ground violently, and the body jumps up and forward, and we kick the opponent’s chest or face with the left flying side kick in the air (Figure 6-2).

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7. Left hook kick + right tackle kick

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We take a small step forward with our left foot, then twist to the left, and with the force of twisting, we use the right hook kick to kick the opponent’s left heel violently, hooking his left foot to cause the opponent’s center of gravity to be unstable (Figure 7-1). Immediately afterwards, our right leg does not land on the ground, and changes to a right shovel leg, and violently kicks the inside of the knee of the opponent’s right leg, kicking the enemy down (Figure 7-2).

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8. Right front kick + left flying sweeping leg

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We take a small step forward with our left foot and then use the right forward kick technique to kick the opponent’s crotch (Figure 8-1). Moving upward, our right foot quickly recovered, landed on the ground, and bent both knees slightly, then kicked the ground violently, and the body soared, and swept the right side of the enemy’s head with the vacated left leg, defeating the enemy (Figure 8-2).

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9. Right tackle kick + left high side kick

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We take a small step forward with our left foot, then turn to the left while kicking the shin of the opponent’s left calf with a low right tackle (Figure 9-1). Moving up, our right foot quickly lands on the ground, and we quickly turn to the right, while kicking the opponent’s head or throat or chest with a high right kick to defeat the opponent (Figure 9-2).

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10. Left low side kick + right middle sweeping leg + left high sweeping leg

Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We step forward with our right foot, then turn to the right while kicking the knee or shin of the opponent’s left leg with the left tackle (Figure 10-1). Immediately afterwards, our left foot landed on the ground, and then quickly twisted to the left, and with the force of twisting, we used the middle right sweeping leg to violently sweep the opponent’s left waist rib (leg 10-2). Constantly moving up, our right foot lands on the ground, and then quickly twists to the right, and with the force of twisting, we use the high left sweeping leg to sweep the opponent’s head and crush the opponent (Figure 10-3).

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11. Right middle side kick + right high side kick
Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. We take a small step forward with our left foot, then turn to the left while kicking the opponent’s abdomen with a midpoint right kick (Figure 11-1). Without stopping, we quickly retract our right leg without landing on the ground, and then quickly kick the opponent’s face or throat with a high right kick to defeat the opponent (Figure 11-2).

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12. Right low sweeping leg + right center kick + left back kick
Reserve: Both sides stand in a left fight. The opponent steps forward and right and enters to attack, we quickly turn left to the left, and at the same time use the low right sweep leg to sweep the opponent’s right leg inside the knee or the inner thigh to stop the opponent’s attack (Figure 12-1).

 

Constantly moving up, we quickly retract our right leg without landing on the ground, and then quickly kick the opponent’s chest with a high mid-position side kick (Figure 12-2). Immediately afterwards, our right foot landed on the ground, and then with our right foot as the axis, we quickly turned to the right and back, and kicked the opponent’s abdomen with our left back leg to defeat the opponent (Figure 12-3).

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