Aero Step Double Round Kick
The double round kick is useful for shorter competitors because it takes advantage of their speed. To perform a double kick with an aero step, perform the first round kick as described above, then, just as the kicking foot touches the ground, execute a round kick with the other leg. Quick kickers may fire a round kick again with the first leg. Double or triple round kicks strike the opponent from both sides so he or she cannot mount an effective defense or counter.
Turn (360° round) Kick
When attacking, spin and step rear foot forward (turn step) and then perform a round kick using the other foot. Range is controlled by how far the spinning foot steps forward. When defending, the kick may be performed in place by placing the spinning foot just in front of the kicking foot in a hopping motion. When used in a counter, the spinning foot spins around the kicking foot to its original spot in a hopping motion.