Cross Fighting Drill - Defense to Offense (Kickboxing)

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  1. Centaur

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    Hey guys -

    This is great drill using two basic combos: 1-2-Switch Kick and 2-3-Right Leg Kick.
    It's great for transitioning between offense and defense, helps with timing and distancing and if done at a high pace is killer for cardio!

    I hope you enjoy it and if you have any questions or would like to see something specific please let me know.
    Or, if you're getting sick of my videos and want me to stop posting them, then also let me know!

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  2. GoatyP

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    very basic, no?
     
  3. Centaur

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    Depends on your level - for some (beginners) this could be too much to do. For someone who has been training for quite awhile it probably does indeed seem pretty basic.

    Basics are good though, no?
     
  4. Kickzilla

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    Nice drill thanks for sharing
     
  5. szJack

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    Can't focus on anything but on how radio-like your voice is.
     
  6. SummerStriker

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    Cool video. Thanks for the pro tips.
     

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