So I always thought I had a great push kick but ive recently discovered that my teeps are fuckin weak. I'm a tall lean guy with really long legs, and I can teep someone in the face before they even know it...with that said the point of the teep kick is to push off an opponent that is crowding you. We were doing a drill today where our partner wore chest protectors and kind of rushed us, and we had to alternate front and rear teeps to knock them back. Well I'd get mine up there pretty quick (and even caught him in the jaw by accident once because I'm pretty flexible) but it just felt like I had nothing behind it. It was pushing me back more than it was pushing him back most of the time. I checked my technique over and over and I was doing it right, just not really sure what the problem is. Is it possible because he weighed alot more than me? Or do I need to train something specific to get a little more power out of it? Thanks for any input.