Learn Karate's Yoko Geri Keage (or Karate Side Snap Kick)

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Learn Karate's Yoko Geri Keage (or Karate Side Snap Kick)

These videos will help you to learn the Karate kicking technique known as Yoko Geri Keage (or Karate Side Snap Kick).

In this kick, you hit with the side of your foot. The Yoko Geri Keage is often used to strike an opponent's chin.

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Instructional Video for Yoko Geri Keage (Side Snap Kick)

Karate Sensei Demonstrating Yoko Geri Keage (Side Snap Kick)

Karate Sensei Demonstrating Yoko Geri Keage (Side Snap Kick)

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