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Another in-depth coaching session focussing on developing an effective counter against the side kick.

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ABOUT THIS VIDEO

ABOUT THIS VIDEO

Mr Trotter coaches Miss Phillipa Henry through tactics employed against the lead leg side kick, such as using the body positioning to draw in the opponent.

The main counter attack is with the leading hand punch, then following up with a turning kick. Once mastered other techniques are added to the drill including the jab, back kick and reverse hooking kick.

This is an in-depth session showing how a drill is progressed until the student becomes proficient and able to use the counter in actual sparring.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

  • Body positioning to draw in the side kick
  • How to block and attack at the same time by using "action - reaction"
  • Working on the correct line to limit the opponent's choices
  • Foot positioning to score points
  • "Risk something to get something"
  • Taking the distance you need to set up your kicks
  • And MUCH MORE
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    • Mr Mark Trotter World Champion & Expert Coach

      Mark Trotter is the current ITF World Champion in 4th-6th degree Men’s Patterns. He is a 9x ITF World Champion, 4x World Cup Champion, Pan American Champion 2016, Asia Champion 2010 and 6 x Oceania Champion. He is also former Vice World Champion in -54kg sparring.

      He is the longest standing member of the New Zealand Taekwon-Do team and when he is not coaching Taekwon-Do or representing NZ overseas he can be found working on well-known blockbuster films as an elite stunt performer.

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