Learn about Muay Thai's Jumping Push Kick or Foot Thrust (Kradot Thip)

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Learn about Muay Thai's Jumping Push Kick or Foot Thrust (Kradot Thip)

This section looks at a Muay Thai Kradot Thip (Jumping Push Kick or Foot Thrust). This is a defensive kick meant to keep an opponent off-balance or to block an opponent's attack. However, the addition of a jump allows you to hit higher targets (i.e. an opponent's chin).

For additional Muay Thai kicks, visit the main Muay Thai Kicks & Knee Strikes section.

We are still looking for a good video that illustrates this kick.








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