This involves a little more thought than the front kick. A roundhouse is primarily a turning kick, it can be achieved with minimal movement, but the power is compensated. First you guide the knee up and out to the left or right (depending on which leg you strike with). You then twist your hip towards the target and for the most power; you flick the upper shin into the opponent. The roundhouse can be aimed at the head, ribs/kidneys, thy, and the knee if desired.
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