Outline of Martial Arts - Techniques

Techniques

  • Grappling techniques
    • Throws
    • Grappling holds
    • Joint locks
      • Chin na
  • Striking techniques
    • Kicks
    • Punches
      • Jab
      • Uppercut
      • Cross
      • Bolo punch
    • Knee (strike)
  • Blocking techniques
    • Parry (fencing)
  • Stances

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