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Kickboxing 3-Move Combo Techniques : Kickboxing 3-Move Combos: Hook, Reverse Punch, Roundhouse

Kickboxing 3-Move Combo Techniques : Kickboxing 3-Move Combos: Hook, Reverse Punch, Roundhouse


Hello, I’m Sifu Mallon with the Clearwater
Kung Fu Center. This is kick boxing. The three move combination that we are working is called
lead hook, reverse punch, rear leg round kick. I will do it for you at normal speed, then
I’ll break it down for you a little bit slower. So first is lead hook, again, now from here
I shift forward and throw the reverse punch and from reverse punch I pull this in and
throw my right leg out, rear leg round kick. Breaking the motion down, one I shift my right
foot forward and bring my right hand forward, loading up my left side. My left foot advances,
my left hand throws that hook punch out. I do this and I put my base on my right leg
and I kind of lean away. Now I twist forward, rocking the body and bring my left hand to
guard and fire that right hand out and use the right arm as a counter balance pulling
to the side of my head as I fire the right round kick out, land. Again slow again. O’kay
normal speed for you. Again. This is called lead hook, reverse punch, rear leg round kick,
kick boxing.

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6 thoughts on “Kickboxing 3-Move Combo Techniques : Kickboxing 3-Move Combos: Hook, Reverse Punch, Roundhouse

  1. kinda weak no offense. When you throw a right hook, your body needs to turn in order to add power, a round house also requires body turning movement, this slows your combo, and if you want to do it faster then there isn't enough power, which means left hook and right round house or the reverse is more efficient than right hook and round house.

  2. omg weak dude when u do a round house ur supposed to turn ur waist with the kick to add ur weight inot the kick thus giving it more power and when u do a hook ur not so supposed to look away from the target

  3. The way he explained the hook is very incorrect. You must NEVER switch the weight of your body on the back leg when you throw a hook, that takes the power from the hook. You must always maintain the weight of your body on both legs, you must never favor one or the other. It's obvious this guy never trained in boxing. So I don't know why he calls these videos "kickboxing". He does everything but kickboxing in these videos.

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