Originally Posted by JamesD25
I think my favorite technique from that clip was the left jyodan mawashi geri followed by a left chudan seiken tsuki as the foot comes back to the ground.
I have recently been practicing a similar technique with a right chudan mae geri followed by a right seiken tsuki as my leg returns to its original position. Once you figure out how to engage the twist of the hip, these techniques become devastating and very hard to read.
i am curious how do you do a mae geri followed by ia right seiken tsuki (most likely a gyaku tsuki). It would seem to me that the mae geri would have created distance between you and your opponent so how would you be in range for a gyaku tsuki? A video clip would be appreciated if you have any