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The spinning hook kick or Crocodile Tail as its called by the Thai's is one of the most powerful strikes in MMA. In this video you will learn some of the key details regarding the mechanics of the kick. Keep in mind that the mechanics of the kick are very simple, the key is being accurate and also knowing when to throw this kick as detailed in this video. Be sure to take your time to develop power and accuracy before trying this kick real time. When attempting this kick in sparring be sure never to make contact with the heel to the face. This is very dangerous and should be avoided. Try aiming for the arms of your sparring partners so as to be sure not to knock them out. To get the feel of hitting someone on the chin I suggest using the All Strike. The All Strike give you the closest feeling of what it is to hit chin without actually hurting anyone. The All Strike http://www.questtraining.com
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