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  1. Lekk3r is offline

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    So, favorite kicks in Taekwon-do?

    Hey everyone, I was just wondering what were your favorite kicks in TKD? Feel free to list all that apply (punches/kicks).
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    Spinning reverse crescent. Fun to do.
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    I really enjoy doing spinning heel kicks. At least, I can still do them well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lekk3r View Post
    Hey everyone, I was just wondering what were your favorite kicks in TKD? Feel free to list all that apply (punches/kicks).
    (Tymeo) Dwikumchi Naeryo Chagi ((jumped) axe kick with the heel of the foot as strike zone)

    Dwichook Yeop Chagi (sidekick with the heel of the foot as strike zone)

    I use both in Muay Thai nowadays and the Dwichook Yeop Chagi in Savate.
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     Style: taekwon-do

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    High section side kick I think it is underused by most people.
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    540 or Jumping Back anything, really.
    I love the rush that those kicks give me, spinning very fast.
    Yeah, it's not the most practical art, but I love it for what it is.
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    Blah, blah, blah. We need videos:
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     Style: The Way of Hand and Foot

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    Spinning hook kick, narabam and back kick (along with it's numerous variations.)
  9. Lekk3r is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadakoMoose View Post
    540 or Jumping Back anything, really.
    I love the rush that those kicks give me, spinning very fast.
    Yeah, it's not the most practical art, but I love it for what it is.
    Yeah, but I'd take Taekwon-do over not knowing any martial art. Sure, it might not be "practical" but knowing how to kick is good I hear.
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     Style: The Way of Hand and Foot

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    That makes no sense. If you don't think you'll benefit why bother practicing it?
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