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fumi komi

踏み込み

1. [Karate] stamping kick; a kick thrusting downwards using the heel or edge of the foot as the striking surface.
2. ‘Crush to the ground’ see: fumi waza
3. (foo'mee koh'mee) “step in” A karate stamping kick usually applied the knee, shin, or instep of an opponent.
6. Fumi Komi Geri Foot stomp
7. stepping in
8. stamping kick
10. [Karate] a stamping kick. The heel of the foot strikes the opponent’s leg or instep. The foot is thrust straight and down. The knee must be lifted high to generate sufficient power.
fumi waza

踏み技

2. [Karate] A technique of crushing, either by a blow or a pressure. It is delivered on any part of an opponent’s body by the fist or the foot.
3. (foo'mee waw'zaw) “stamping techniques” One of the broad categories into which karate techniques are divided.
10. [Karate] A crushing technique used as either a strike or block. Either the foot or fist can be used. Any part of the opponent’s body can be the target.
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