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started muay thai about a month ago but used to do mma about 5 yrs ago(which is totally different), the problem i've got is i'm struggling to turn my hips over to get power in my kicks. whats the best way to train to get my hips to turn to get power.TIA



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May want to use this hip stretch to mime the movement. Also making sure you step "outside" of the pad/pad, at an angle can improve kicks very quickly.


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Thanks for the video.




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