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.
Forty-six, four or two jacks (3).
1. From the front of us, the enemy steps up to the right and grabs our shoulders with both hands (Figure 46-1).
2. Our side immediately launched a counterattack, and grabbed the enemy’s arms with both hands (Figure 46-2).
3. At the same time, we quickly lift our right foot to charge (Figure 46-3).
4. Immediately afterwards, our side swept the knee socket of the enemy’s right leg with our right foot (Figure 46-4).
5. While kicking the enemy’s knee socket with our right foot, our arms exert force at the same time, twisting the enemy and causing the enemy’s center of gravity to be unbalanced (Figure 46-5).
6. Our side throws the enemy to the ground (Figure 46-6).
XLVII. Umbrella attack and defense
1. The enemy is holding a dagger and facing me and trying to do something wrong (Figure 47-1).
2. The enemy suddenly steps up to the right, and raises a dagger in his right hand to stab us; We immediately raised our right umbrella and prepared to return fire (Figure 47-2).
3. When the enemy’s dagger is stabbed at us, we quickly hit the enemy’s right wrist with an umbrella (Figure 47-3).
4. The enemy was injured in the wrist and the dagger fell to the ground (Fig. 47-4).
5. The enemy then attacks our upper plate with a left straight fist; Our side quickly hit the enemy’s left wrist (47-5) with an umbrella.
6. Immediately afterwards, we raised our umbrellas and prepared to counterattack (Figure 47-6).
7. Immediately following the upward movement, our side violently smashes the left side of the enemy’s neck with an umbrella (Figure 47-7).
8. Next, we put the umbrella away to our chest and prepared to fight back again (Figure 47-8).
9. Our side used the umbrella side to split the enemy’s throat (Figure 47-9).
10. Immediately afterwards, our side took advantage of the situation to step up to the right of the enemy and raised the tip of the umbrella handle to charge (Fig. 47-10).
11. We slammed the enemy’s chest with the tip of the umbrella handle (Fig. 47-11).
12. At this time, the enemy has basically lost the ability to attack, but our counterattack cannot be stopped, and our side continues to raise umbrellas to prepare for the attack (Figure 47-12).
13. Immediately after the upward movement, our side slammed the enemy’s face with an umbrella (Figs. 47-13).
14. The enemy fell to the ground wounded (Figure 47-14).
XLVIII. Defensive counterattack
1. The enemy steps up to the left, holds our head with both hands, and wants to attack us with a move of hitting the head and knees (Figure 48-1).
2. Immediately cross our hands and block the enemy’s right knee in a downward block (Figure 48-2).
3. Immediately afterwards, our hands quickly retracted their fists and charged up (Figure 48-3).
4. Constantly moving upward, our fists quickly and violently attack at the same time, hitting the enemy’s throat and chest, and severely damaging the enemy (48-4).
49. Open the bow left and right
1. The enemy steps up to the right and grabs our chest with his right hand (Figure 49-1).
2. We immediately grabbed the enemy’s right hand with our right hand (49-2).
3. Our side quickly raised our left fist to charge and prepare for a counterattack (Figure 49-3).
4. Immediately following the upward movement, our side slams the enemy’s right elbow wrist with our left fist, forcing the enemy to lean forward and bend over (Figure 49-4).
5. Immediately afterwards, our side tightly controls the enemy’s right arm, and at the same time violently kicks the enemy’s crotch and abdomen with its right foot (Figure 49-5).
6. Immediately after the upward movement, our hands clasp the enemy’s right hand and bend the enemy’s wrist forcefully to subdue the enemy (Figure 49-6).
50. Escape from danger
1. The enemy holds a dagger in his right hand, holds us from behind, and places the dagger at our throat (Figure 50-1).
2. At this time, our side needs to respond calmly, first show the enemy with weakness, and distract the enemy (Figure 50-2).
3. Taking advantage of the enemy’s distraction, our side quietly grabbed the enemy’s right thumb holding the dagger with our right hand (Figure 50-3).
4. Immediately afterwards, our left hand quickly supports the handle (Figure 50-4).
5. Immediately afterwards, we suddenly turned to the left and reversed and twisted the enemy’s right wrist (Figure 50-5).
6. Our side stabbed the enemy in the thigh with the enemy’s dagger and subdued the enemy (Figure 50-6).
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