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Kyokushin 5th Kyu


Chudan Hiji Ate

Chudan Hiji Ate is a technique in Kyokushin karate. It translates to 'Mid-Level Elbow Strike.' This technique involves delivering a powerful strike with the elbow to the opponent's midsection or torso region. The term 'Chudan' refers to the mid-level, 'Hiji' indicates the elbow, and 'Ate' refers to the strike. It is commonly used to target the solar plexus, ribs, or abdomen of the opponent with significant force.


  • hiji / elbow
  • 中段chudan / middle part of the body, chest area
  • 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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