180 Degree Axe Kick
If executed correctly, this kick may be devastating. When your opponent moves in to attack, spin as if you were throwing a spin side kick but bring the leg over the top as if executing a normal axe kick. There is no effective block if you bring the kick over the top of opponent's guard. Throw this kick just as your opponent moves into an attack.
Triple Round Kick
Throw a normal double round kick as normal but as the foot returns to the floor after the kicks, leave the body weight on the back leg. Then, just as your opponent moves in to attack, you may quickly and easily throw a side kick or round kick as opponent comes in.
Push kick is similar to a front snap kick. It is used in Thai Boxing but can be very effective in setting your opponent for a further attack. Bring the knee up to the chest and then push the leg straight forward into the opponent. If the kick hits the arms, then follow up with another kick. Useful when opponent is on the edge of the ring to push opponent out. Put your hips into the kick to push the opponent off balance or out of the ring.