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Tips for Improving Your Muay Thai Round Kick

The rear round kick is one of the most iconic and devastating techniques in the muay thai arsenal.  It is complex multi-phase movement which requires coordination, balance, and a certain degree of flexibility.The divide between novice and experienced muay thai fighters is most starkly revealed in the way they kick.  Although it is one of the first muay thai techniques students learn, it is often one of the last they master.Efficient technique and effective technique are one and the same.…See More
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"I put mine down like you have it in your pic. The only thing I do different is turning my shoulders a bit more. Mine is usually in line with my leg, pointing at my target. That'll help open your hips a bit more, for me anyways."
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"I think that it depends on the type of training you're doing. It's better to go hard once a day than to half ass twice a day. "
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"I guess the best thing would be to go to an actual event if you can. That way they could see that's it's not actually that bad. You could also YouTube amateur fights or go to a local MT gym & see if the coach could help you sway your…"
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