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A Double Elbow Strike in the form Pyongwon

A Double Elbow Strike in the form Sipjin

A Double Elbow Strike (meonge chigi) is a an elbow strike performed simultaneously to both sides of the body with both elbows. The fronts of the fists face each other at the level of the solar plexus; they do not touch the body.

The Double Elbow Strike appears, for example, in the forms Pyongwon and Sipjin.

Variation: Twin Side Elbow Thrust[]

In the form Toi-Gye, the elbows are brought to the side slowly, so that the fists end on the hips. The thrust then does not extend as far outward to the side of the body. 

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