The rear Muay Thai Teep aka Push Kick is a powerful strike used to keep an advancing opponent off. It can throw them off balance, or knock the wind out of them. In a fight, when a teep is thrown to an opponent’s face, the Thai consider it an aggressive attack that means serious business and possibly bad blood.
Learn how to perfect your rear teep and some variations on it with these tips from F5 coach Roxy Richardson and Nathan Foster.
- Distance of rear teep vs front teep
- Aim of the teep
- Techniques to create power for teeps
- Improving your balance and landing of the strike
- Variations of the strike to confuse/distract your opponent