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  1. Domite is offline
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    combos to use SBK in

    I've been trying to incorporate spinning back kicks into sparring more, so that I have a go to move for when I miss a high roundhouse kick. Thing is, seeing as how I'm kind of slow, if I don't string it with something else, anyone would see it coming a mile away. I've mostly been using it after a successful front kick to create some distance and set it up. What kind of combos do you guys use it in, if you use it at all?
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    Which leg is your back kick stronger with? Setting up the SBK was my bread & butter, my rice & soy sauce, my profilactic & punani when I was competing.
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    You are reffering to a straight spinning back kick aimed at the torso, right? Not a spin kick to the head?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    Which leg is your back kick stronger with? Setting up the SBK was my bread & butter, my rice & soy sauce, my profilactic & punani when I was competing.
    I'd say my right, but my left isn't so bad because thats what I usually do sidekicks with. I use orthidox stance, btw.

    Quote Originally Posted by BudoMonkey
    You are reffering to a straight spinning back kick aimed at the torso, right? Not a spin kick to the head?
    Yeah.
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    Very boring but I have good luck with jab - cross - SBK. As i pull my cross back I go directly into the spinning back kick the punch combination usually gets their hands up high and opens the body.
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    How good are you at switching stance & working out of unorthodox?
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    You shouldn't have to wait to miss a front kick. You can throw a feint to lead into it, and it's especially effective when your having trouble closing the distance on someone. The way to feint is close enough so that it will indeed connect if they don't move out of the way. Two ways to do it are: 1) throw a controlled, fast high front round kick to the head, and as they step back burst forward and spin kick the torso. 2) throw a front kick to the torso deliberately so that they block it down or dodge it, and follow up with the technique. Often, after deflecting the feint they will move towards at you thinking they have the upper hand and walk right into the sbk.

    Ultimately, there are many combinations that will lead into it besides feints, and the base of your ability to apply it in matches will really depend on how fast and accurate you are with the kick in the first place. Practice on the bag- left roundhouse, spinning back kick. Left, right punch, right roundhouse, spinning back kick...just keep practicing until the speed is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    How good are you at switching stance & working out of unorthodox?

    This is really the best point mentioned so far. If you can be comfortable switching stances mid-attack then they will never see it coming.
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    My favorite combo was to start out in southpaw, feignt a left round, drop it down into orthodox, slide back to reset distance, and this usually trapped the opponent into thinking it was time for him to move in. Which set him up perfectly for a JSBK.
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    I don't know what kind of competition you're thinking about using the straight back kick in, which may change your tactics. But I found most of my success with the straight back kick as a counter to a kick or as a clinch technique (Wait, what did he say?!). I love using the fade away jumping straight back kick as a way to break away from a clinch.
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