Learn Karate's Hiza Geri or Knee Strike

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Learn Karate's Hiza Geri or Knee Strike

This page will help you learn Karate's Hiza Geri (or Knee Strike).

A knee strike is useful for close-in fighting where you can not fully extend your leg. For additional knee strike videos, you should visit the main Knee Strike section (i.e. to learn about Muay Thai knee strikes).

For additional Karate kicking techniques, visit our main Karate Kicks page. For instructions on different kicks used by other martial arts styles, please visit our main Kicking Techniques page.

Instructional Video on Karate's Hiza Geri (starts 0:30 into video)

Knee Strikes for Kyokushin Karate

Karate Instructor Discussing Knee Strike Targets


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