Anyway here is the outward backfist strike, inward kick and elbow strike combination, which is what you have all been waiting for:
|You end up with a same side wrist hold. This can come from a "clinch" jockeying for |
position or any other number of ways. The arm is pulled down to clear a path for the strike.
|Here the arm of the opponent is secured and pulled away to clear a path for the strike. It adds|
power into the strike as well as it unbalances the opponent.
The "keys to understanding" this sequence are few and solid ones:
- The whole movement is doing something.
- Take the pulling hand (Dangkinun son) into account.
- Kicks are delivered low in application.
- Eventhough many strikes finish at mid section height in Poomsae, they often target the head. The head has simply been brought down to a lower height by previous techniques in the form.