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Kyokushin 3rd Kyu


Chudan Mae Hiji Ate

Chudan Mae Hiji Ate is a technique in Kyokushin karate. It translates to 'Middle-Level Front Elbow Strike.' This technique involves delivering an elbow strike targeting the opponent's midsection, executed in a forward motion. The term 'Chudan' refers to the middle level, 'Mae' means front, 'Hiji' indicates the elbow, and 'Ate' refers to the strike. It is commonly used at close range to disrupt the opponent's guard and create openings for further attacks.


  • hiji / elbow
  • 中段chudan / middle part of the body, chest area
  • mae / in front of
  • 当てate / strike
  • tate / vertical
  • 八字hachiji / eight characters
  • 空手着karategi / Karate-gi, appelé Kimono dans plusieurs pays
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