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Dedicated to the memory of
DEMETRIUS HAVANUS (The Golden Greek).
I have lost a good friend,
and the arts have
lost a great teacher and fighter.
We will all miss you, very much.
The 100 Deadliest Karate Moves by Dr. Ted Gambordella, 5th Dan
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Introduction
I wrote The 100 Deadliest Karate Moves as a practical text for the serious martial
arts student or teacher. It is soley meant to be used as a reference in practice, and I do not
condone or suggest that any of the techniques found in this book be used in the street
against another man, unless, of course, the defender's life is in immediate danger. The
techniques found in this book were not devised by me, and most are common knowledge
to the average student.
What I have attempted to do is to compile moves in such a manner that one can
study the kicks and blows and then can see the exact technique and target area, with the
resulting damage to the attacker. I am assuming that the reader will have an adequate
martial arts background so that he knows the basic stances and strikes. Therefore, I am
showing only the strike or kick to the target area, without reference to body stances or
other basics. All blows and kicks must be delivered with the utmost speed and power in
order to be effective.
In a final chapter I show examples of street applications of some of the tech-
niques. This is meant as a training section in order to get the student or teacher to begin
to think of how the strikes and blows might be applied in a life-or-death situation.
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Basic Strikes
The Front Snap Kick
Lift the knee of the kicking leg as high as possible in front of the body,
be sure to keep the fists tight, and the toes turned upward to prevent damage to the foot.
Snap the kick out directly in front of the body to the target area, keep the other leg
slightly bent for balance, and be sure to thrust with the hips for speed and power.
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Kicking Techniques
The Front Heel Thrust
This kick is similar to the front snap, but uses the heel for the striking area, and it has
more power and penetration. The kicking technique is the same. However, you thrust
more directly forward with this kick, and be sure to lock the leg for the full power to the
heel.
The Front Snap-High
This kick requires a lot of flexibility and balance if any power is to be produced. It is
extremely effective for areas of the face, throat, and chin.
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