The Low Kick will strike the thigh of your opponent with your shin to disable them from moving too much. This technique will make for an easier target! For a Rear Low Kick, start in a kickboxing stance. Turn your lead foot outwards as much as possible, creating space to pivot your hips and increase your range of motion for a full round kick with maximum impact. Kick powerfully with your rear leg, connecting your shin to your opponents outer thigh, keeping your toes pointed. Throw your kick around and through, doing a full 360 degree rotation before coming back to a balanced stance. Remember to keep one hand in a guard position to protect your head! Jump or step to switch your stance for your Lead Low Kick. Turn your opposite foot outward, and kick out and around with your new lead leg. Follow the same technique from your Rear Low Kick, connecting your shin to your opponent's thigh with strength, then following through the rotation fully to your original stance.