Sam-il Twisting Kick

Mr Mark Trotter explains to Melissa Timperley that by turning the supporting foot outwards slightly, it enables the hips to open into a better position to be able to perform a better twisting kick. They also work on getting good balance after the kick, rather than just falling into the next movement.

This clip is part of a casual coaching session full of useful hints and tips on not only this pattern, but technical performance in general.

This free clip is part of a coaching session on Sam-il Tul by Mr Mark Trotter.
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