Technique number eight is a switch
stance roundhouse kick at closed stance. So many people have used this technique
for many decades and this simple technique still has merit to be studied.
The Korean term is Bal Bakwo Dollyo Chagi. Bal Bakwo means switching feet. Dollyo Chagiis roundhouse kick. The first step is to switch your stance. The second step is to do rear leg roundhouse kick. The most important thing is that you don’t just switch stance but you break into the
safety zone of the opponent while you are doing it. Watch the feet carefully.
The fact is that switching is one of the fainting method to confuse your opponent. The primary target is the trunk section. The secondary is the facial section. In competition you can use this technique to make your opponent indecisive. When
your opponent hesitates you should attack deeply and let him move back.