Most wrist attacks are hooking or rising. Impact area is usually the top of the wrist.
Forearms are usually used for blocking, so they are not usually thought of as an attacking weapon. Forearm attacks, such as a rising forearm to the chin or a hooking outer forearm to the side of the head are very effective.
Most elbow attacks are circular. Arc of attack may be vertical or horizontal. Impact areas are front, back, tip, and sides of elbow.
When in close range, such as in a standing struggle, snapping the shoulder up under the opponent's chin is an effective attack.
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