Block & Punch Combination for Taekwondo Sparring

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Block & Punch Combination for Taekwondo Sparring

This page examines how to combine blocks and punches in order to score during Taekwondo sparring matches. With this sparring technique, you need to block and punch simultaneously. As your opponent throws a roundhouse kick, you need to block it with one forearm and at the same time, you will throw a hard punch with your other arm. While it is difficult to score a point with a punch, it can throw an opponent off balance and allow you to quickly launch a kick that will score.

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Block & Punch Combination for Taekwondo Sparring

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