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- Direct: attack the opponent quickly with a single technique, such as back fist, jab, and front kick.
- Combination: attack using a combination of strikes, such as jab-cross-hook or front-round kick.
- Drawing: intentionally leave an opening in your defenses to draw opponent into making a predictable attack so you can counter attack.
- Immobilization: trap one or more of your opponent's possible defenses, such as an arm or leg, and then attack.
- Indirect: feint attack, wait for opponent's reaction, and then continue with the same attack.
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