Team Quest and Strikeforce fighter Tyron Woodley brings us the latest Clinch Gear technique of the week, defending the front push kick. Woodley shows how to properly defend when an opponent fires off a front push kick or teep.

Proper defense of the front push kick sets you up for some solid counter attacks. Woodley covers the nuances of defending the front push kick and coming off of it to counter strike your opponent.

Clinch Gear, an MMAWeekly.com sponsor, produces this line of technique of the week videos especially for MMAWeekly.com readers.

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