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    Good stuff. Definitely for t3h sticky.

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    I would agree. Thanks. I got a lot out of the woman's descriptions, though.

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    Awesome :) I honestly can barely follow anything she's saying, but I guess I'm not master dialecticion.

    Knees video is up finally

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    Excuse me, but is that I side kick I see?:-)

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    No! It's a side foot thruht! ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    No! It's a side foot thruht! ;)
    Could I use that kick that definitely isn't a snap kick to open up space to deliver the non-sidekick?

    (Actually, that kick is the way I like to do it as opposed to the "not generate any power and wreck your knee" karate kick.)

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    Thanks! Great vids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyebeams
    Could I use that kick that definitely isn't a snap kick to open up space to deliver the non-sidekick?

    (Actually, that kick is the way I like to do it as opposed to the "not generate any power and wreck your knee" karate kick.)
    I once saw Buakaw front snap kick someone in the face(I think it may have been Masato). Once.
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    ttt...
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    Nice reference for the basic roundhouse. It helps a lot for people to actually see what is meant by "turn your hip over, and relax your leg".

    The are some variations of the teep (push kick) that I haven't seen or used on my MT training. And yes, one of those looks a lot like a side kick.

    That jumping roundhouse seems pretty hard to train at low-medium intensity. It has to be thrown at near full speed.

    I haven't watched anything other than the kicks yet, but thanks for taking the time to upload all those segments.

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