Here are some SIDEKICK COMBOS I would use to follow up a shifting sidekick. I would always use these sort of kicks with other combinations so that they are not used in isolation And would usually begin by throwing one or two punches followed by another kick which confuses your opponent and gives you the best opportunity to land a technique.
In these examples, I am following up with two punches and a turning kick and alternatively to punches and an axe kick other inwards or outwards
The video will show you the hip positions and leg positions as well as the standing leg position
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