Lunging front kick to attack pressure points to the lower part of the attacker’s body groin, liver or floating ribs.
Scissors, to attack pressure points in the upper body of the attacker. This kick is done from the spot as the attacker is lunging forward with a low knife hold in the rear hand.
Heart Stomp Kick, to attack the chest bone. This kick is done similar to the lunging front kick, only the knee of the kicking leg is swung above the waist in the direction of the attacker’s neck.
Defensive kicks against kicking where the center instep of the kicking foot is aimed at the thigh, knee, ankle of shin of the attacker’s kicking foot, or his tail bone. When aimed to narrow limbs like part of the legs, the instep is being positioned at 90 degree to the limb to avoid slippage with impact.
This type of kicking entails (lifting the knee to 90 degrees and extending the foot prior to impact, either 45 degree to catch limbs usually legs at the shin or thigh or heel or tailbone if the opponent is turning his back. The ease of executing this kick is achieved by leaving the ground with both feet prior to the kick to facilitate natural re-positioning of the torso and base foot to for body weight and balance supporting these kicks. The impact is achieved by a static position of the defensive kick and the momentum of the attacker!