Taekwondo in the eyes of ordinary people, probably a variety of cool kicks, in fact, it is used for competitive taekwondo.
In fact, any martial art comes from actual combat, and there are so-called yin moves and poisonous moves, which can be used for self-defense, and taekwondo is no exception.
I have compiled some taekwondo fighting moves that can be used for self-defense and will introduce them to you in installments.
First, a finger is dazzling
1. The enemy attacks our head with a straight fist with his right hand from the front;
2. Our side quickly blocks and defends the enemy’s right straight fist with the left hand;
3. Immediately step up to the right and approach and stab the enemy in the eye with the index finger of the right hand.
The eye is the most fragile and sensitive organ of the human body, and in general, we do not encourage hitting this area, but in the event of an attack by extremely bad gangsters, it is a different matter in the nick of time.
The main point of this move is that the counterattack must have speed and accuracy. Note that the index finger should be slightly bent to prevent excessive force and avoid injury.
Second, the second finger is dazzling
1. The enemy grabbed my left shoulder with his right hand from behind my back and wanted to attack;
2. Our side suddenly turned 180 degrees to the right and back, and blocked the enemy’s arm with our left hand;
3. If the upward movement does not stop, we will immediately use our left hand to entangle the enemy’s right arm from the inside out;
4. After entwining the enemy’s right arm, we quickly inserted our index and middle fingers into the enemy’s eyes without giving the enemy a chance to breathe.
Note: Keep your fingers slightly flexed to avoid injury.
Three and five fingers are dazzling
1. The enemy grabbed my left shoulder with his right hand from our left side;
2. Our side immediately turns to the left, and at the same time grabs the enemy’s right wrist with the left hand;
3. At the same time, quickly stab the enemy in the eye with the five fingers of the right label.
Note: When attacking the enemy’s eyes, it is best to use all other methods to distract the enemy and make our attack more effective.
Fourth, hook the leg and kick the knee
1. The enemy knocks me down or we take the initiative to fall to the ground, at which time the enemy wants to step forward to carry out further aggression;
2. Taking advantage of the enemy’s distraction, our side hooks the enemy’s front heel with our left foot;
3. Without stopping, our side quickly kicks the enemy’s knee or the upper part of the tibia with our right foot;
4. If the enemy is hit fiercely by our side, he will be injured and fall to the ground.
5. Brace your feet
1. The enemy is strong and knocks us to the ground;
2. The fierce enemy stepped forward and leaned forward, choked our neck with both hands, and carried out further aggression; We quickly put our feet together and inserted them between the enemy’s legs;
3. Then use the ankle joints of both feet to hit the enemy’s Achilles tendons outward;
4. The enemy is hit with both feet, the center of gravity is unbalanced, and he falls backwards.
6. Kick the shin with both feet
1. When the enemy knocks us to the ground, we immediately bend our legs and knees, support the ground with our hands, sit on the ground, and look at the enemy (Figure 6-1);
2. The enemy steps forward to carry out further aggression (Figure 6-2);
3. Our hands are on the ground, feet are lifted, and we are ready to attack (Figure 6-3);
4. Our feet kick forward to hit the shin of the enemy’s legs (Figure 6-4);
5. The shin of the enemy’s legs was kicked and fell to the ground in pain (Figure 6-5).
7. Fall to the ground and kick the yin
1. Our side was knocked out by the enemy (Figure 7-1);
2. The enemy leans forward and punches me with his right hand (Figure 7-2);
3. Our side quickly kicks forward and upwards to hit the enemy’s abdomen or vulva (Figure 7-3);
4. The enemy was hit hard and fell to the ground (Figure 7-4).
8. Break your fingers and get rid of the enemy
1. The enemy wrapped his arms around my waist from behind my back, trying to do something wrong (Figure 8-1);
2. Don’t panic, quickly find the enemy’s little finger (Figure 8-2);
3. Our side immediately twists the enemy’s little finger in the direction of the back of his hand (Figure 8-3);
4. The specific way to twist the enemy’s little finger (Figure 8-4);
5. The enemy’s little finger is broken, the pain is unbearable, and he is forced to release his hands; We immediately turned around and continued to grasp and twist the enemy’s little finger with our right hand (Fig. 8-5);
6. We twist the enemy’s little finger with both hands, increase the twisting force, and force him to kneel and beg for mercy (Figure 8-6).
9. First down and then up
1. The enemy quietly approaches us from behind (Figure 9-1);
2. The enemy grabbed my shoulders with both hands (Figure 9-2);
3. We quickly turn to the right and back (Figure 9-3);
4. With the help of the rotation force of the turn, slam the enemy’s lower vulva with the back of the right fist (Figure 9-4);
5. Taking advantage of the enemy’s lower vagina being hit, the pain is unbearable, and the upper body is leaning forward, our side immediately slams the enemy’s chest and heart socket with the right reverse elbow (Figure 9-5);
6. Without giving the enemy a chance to kick, our right fist then flips upwards and slams the enemy’s jaw or nose and other weak parts of the face with the back of the right fist (Figure 9-6).
10. Counterattack of the flank neck and throat
1. The enemy is close from our left side (Figure 10-1);
2. The enemy suddenly stepped forward and locked our neck with his right arm (Figure 10-2);
3. The enemy tried to throw me down with a neck fall (Figure 10-3);
4. With the help of the enemy’s beating force, our side uses the right hook fist to hit the enemy’s lower vulva with vigor (Figure 10-4);
5. If the enemy is hit in the vulva, the pain is unbearable, and he will let go and fall to the ground (Figure 10-5).
11. Double front kick
1. The enemy grabbed my shoulders with both hands from the front (Figure 11-1);
2. Our side immediately slammed the enemy’s left and right forearms from the inside out with both hands (Figure 11-2);
3. Keep moving up, and our right leg quickly raises the knee to charge (Figure 11-3);
4. Our side quickly kicked the enemy in the abdomen or vulva with his right foot, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 11-4).
12. Palm cover face
1. Both enemies and friends are faced in a left-hand fighting style (Figure 12-1);
2. The enemy steps up to the right and attacks our chest with a straight fist, and our side immediately blocks the defense with the left hand (Figure 12-2);
3. Without stopping, our side quickly steps up to the right and closes, while raising the right palm to prepare for attack (Figure 12-3);
4. The upward movement does not stop, and our side quickly covers the enemy’s side with the palm of the tiger; In the event of a stubborn enemy, the enemy’s eyes, nose and other weak organs can be grabbed with tiger claws (Figure 12-4).
XIII. Barrier cover
1. The enemy stands in a left fighting style, and our side also confronts him in a left fighting style (Figure 13-1);
2. The enemy hits our ribs with the right whip leg (Figure 13-2);
3. We immediately block the defense with our left arm, and raise our right arm to charge and prepare for a counterattack (Figure 13-3);
4. Immediately after our upward movement, we quickly hit the enemy’s front with our right palm cover (Figure 13-4).
14. Elbow blow to the neck and chest
1. The enemy approaches us from the right side of our side (Figure 14-1);
2. The enemy grabbed my right arm with both hands and tried to do something wrong (Figure 14-2);
3. We quickly turn to the right and hit the enemy’s neck with our right elbow (Figure 14-3);
4. Our side attacks continuously, and then hits the enemy’s heart socket with our right elbow (Fig. 14-4);
5. The enemy is severely damaged and falls to the ground (Figure 14-5).
15. Squat back
1. The enemy is trying to misbehave behind our back (Figure 15-1);
2. Between the enemy’s upper left foot and our feet, trying to invade (Figure 15-2);
3. We quickly wrap our left foot around the enemy’s left heel and hook its left foot (Figure 15-3);
4. Immediately squat down on the knee of the enemy’s left leg (Figure 15-4);
5. The enemy fell to the ground after being severely injured in the knee (Figure 15-5).