In traditional martial arts, attacks such as knees, elbows, and heads are sometimes used as short kills. It is a striking move performed in hand-to-hand combat or scuffling. Knees, elbows, and heads are the hardest bones in the human skeleton, plus it often attacks the opponent’s key weak parts, so it is often a one-hit killing move.
Organize a set of knee kill, elbow kill, head kill killer moves, and share it with everyone.
This is a sequel to the 38-move killer palm, the move is the point, the palm is ruthless and poisonous, and everyone can master the fighting trick.
First, knee killing
1. Enter the uterine knee
Hitting the enemy’s abdomen, especially the liver, with his knee against him, caused internal injuries to the enemy and immediately fell to the ground (Figure 1).
2. Break the knee
Hitting the enemy’s two ribs with a knee, resulting in a fracture of the enemy’s ribs (Figure 2).
3. High knee hanging
Hitting the enemy’s heart fossa with his knee caused damage to the enemy’s gas machine and immediately fell to the ground (Figure 3).
4. Kill the crotch knee
Hit the enemy’s crotch with his knee, causing serious injury (Figure 4).
Second, elbow killing
1. Sky elbow
Hitting the enemy’s head with an elbow cane, causing severe damage to the enemy’s center, dizziness, concussion and fainting (Figure 5).
2. Wind elbow
Hit the enemy’s rib with an elbow cane, such as the Zhangmen Cave, causing serious injury to the enemy (Figure 6).
3. Sweep the elbow
Hit the enemy’s heart with an elbow crutch, hit the enemy’s solar plexus hard, cause severe abdominal pain to the enemy, or make them unable to breathe, or even stand upright and immediately fall to the ground (Figure 7).
4. Greet the elbow
Hit the enemy’s face with the elbow, causing damage to the enemy’s face, and touching the optic nerve and cranial nerve (Figure 8).
5. Hit the ribs and elbows
Pounding the enemy’s ribs with an elbow, causing the enemy’s ribs to break, causing them to suffer from pain and lose their combat effectiveness (Figure 9)
6. Break your elbow
Pounding the enemy’s solar plexus (fossa in the fossa: abdomen below the xiphoid process above the navel) with the elbow, causing the enemy to fall to the ground and lose combat effectiveness (Figure 10).
Third, head kill
1. Yamen head
Hit the enemy’s door with the top of the head, causing damage to the enemy’s side; This attack can touch the enemy’s cranial nerves, medulla, brain blood, etc. (Figure 11).
2. Pressing bones
Hitting the enemy’s nose bone with his head causes the enemy’s skeleton to shatter, cause pain, or unconsciousness (Figure 12).
3. Enter the hole
Hit the enemy’s heart with his head, destroying the enemy’s heart center, causing serious injury (Figure 13).