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How To Catch A Roundhouse Kick - Martial Arts Self-Defense
This page focuses on how to catch a roundhouse kick in a sparring or self-defense situation. Often attackers will throw a mid-level roundhouse kick in order to attack your ribs or thighs. However, this leaves them vulnerable. If you can catch this roundhouse, you can control their body and leave them open for a sweep, an attack to their captured leg, a submission technique, etc.
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How To Catch Roundhouse Kicks
3 Ways To Defend Against A Roundhouse Kick
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