PIA Knee Strike
- Drawing opponents attention away from your intended knee strike to feint jab strikes
- push-step forward with lead (right) straight jab to face
- rear (right) straight jab to face
- clinch opponent's neck with your both hands
- pull him to yourself and strike to abs with rear knee
- while striking continue pulling him downwards
- downward elbow strike to head
- knee strike to face
- The first jab is used to close the gap.
- Push step should come after the punch is initiated the hand moves first and then the feet.
- Body should move before the feet. But the jab and stepping forward footwork should occur in a simultaneous manner.
- The second jab hides the fact that you are striking to a lower level(with knee).
- These jabs draws the opponenet's attention away from your intended knee strike, to your feints(jabs) to allow the opening for you to strike with knee
this move is a kind of "Progressive Indirect Attack" the act of feinting, or changing the line of attack.
Posted by Mehmet Tarman beginner jkder
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