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Kyokushin 1st Dan

前脛受け

Mae Sune Uke

Mae Sune Uke is a technique in Kyokushin karate. It translates to 'Front Shin Block.' This technique involves blocking an incoming attack with the front part of the shin. The term 'Mae' refers to front, 'Sune' indicates shin, and 'Uke' denotes block. It is commonly used to defend against low kicks or strikes aimed at the lower body, providing a solid barrier while minimizing the risk of injury to the defender's limbs.

Vocabulary

  • sune / tibia / shin
  • mae / in front of
  • 受けuke / block
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