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||[Karate] stamping kick; a kick thrusting downwards using the heel or edge of the foot as the striking surface.
||‘Crush to the ground’ see: fumi waza
||(foo'mee koh'mee) “step in” A karate stamping kick usually applied the knee, shin, or instep of an opponent.
||Fumi Komi Geri Foot stomp
||[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.
||[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.
||(foo'mee waw'zaw) “stamping techniques” One of the broad categories into
which karate techniques are divided.
||[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
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