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Learn to add variety to your style and keep your opponents guessing. By learning the scissor kick you will not only accomplish this but you will also build strong legs and develop your dynamic flexibility. Be sure to go over the details a few times. The scissor kick needs a little time them most techniques to develop but it is well worth it.
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