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    Spinning back kick

    It's a nice technique, but a bit slow. I have some difficulties using it except in some special circumstances for that reason.
    The best results i had were as a follow up technique to a missed pick kick or a missed high kick, especially when the opponent retracts the leg for the pick kick or leans back for the high kick.
    Besides that, what are good other opportunities to use that technique in your expierence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plitschplatsch
    It's a nice technique, but a bit slow. I have some difficulties using it except in some special circumstances for that reason.
    The best results i had were as a follow up technique to a missed pick kick or a missed high kick, especially when the opponent retracts the leg for the pick kick or leans back for the high kick.
    Besides that, what are good other opportunities to use that technique in your expierence?
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