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Mae Geri Kaege Definition

What Does Mae Geri Kaege Mean?

Mae Geri Kaege

mae ge·ri ka·e·ge

\ˈmā\ ˈgā-ˈrē\ ˈkȯ-ā-ˈdā\

Definition: This is known as a front snap kick. In karate, there is a snap kick (kaege) and a thrust kick (kekomi). A mae geri kaege involves using a snapping action from the knee, and the ball of the foot is used as the striking surface.

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