The Leg Kick A guide for Devastating Low Kicks in MMA and muay Thai
I recall the first Muay Thai movie I purchased: the most anticipated bout at the time, Rob.
Ernesto Hoost vs. Kaman Kaman had been a champion for a long at the time, and Hoost was on the rise.
star. Many people felt Kaman was becoming old and that Hoost would turn him into mincemeat.
After five rounds of some of the most ferocious combat I’d ever seen, Kaman KOed Ernesto.
ever witnessed in a ring But it was Kaman’s signature maneuver, the leg kick, that really stood out to me. He
It was used to chastise Hoost and even to lift him off his feet, pushing Hoost into a flawless face plant.
across the canvas A single kick of pure, unadulterated force. What’s not to like about this?
As I watched more of Kaman’s battles, it became clear: he was an adept at using
the kick to the leg Despite the fact that his opponents were well aware of the danger, Rob was always successful.
a method to catch them off guard and bang his shins into their upper legs He was really successful with his shin.
Many opponents were knocked unconscious by his kicks, and they couldn’t get up. On occasion, he
He only required a few of his “hammer kicks” to leave them sprawled on the floor.
I’m not sure what just transpired.
Crocop28 deserves credit.