In this edition, Shadow Do hand drills are pretty straightforward. The double round kick as a follow up to a lead round kick and a cross kick as bait is the feature here. The teaching points in this lesson are very clear: CHAMBER is KEY. One must chamber 3X in order to satisfy the mechanics requirements for a well executed double round kick. Aim with the knee, plantar flex (strong toe point) the foot, and return kick to the back of the body before placing the foot back down. PROTIP: watch out for leaning forward and breaking the line of the body and spine during the kicks, It will allow for false height in the kicks, but overexpose the lumbar spine to risk, and rob the obliques of some amazing work! HIPBOX really digs into the best practices for the outside pivot here. There is a simple pivot, which we have certainly taught, and then the more advanced step turn in this workout. The buildup from our 1/2/1/2/slip/2-turn, to a more complex step pivot turn off 1/2 with 6/3 to follow, is the way all great programs should introduce material: a simplistic expression of a movement from single rehearsal to performance, then progress complexity. In this case, we add power punches after quick footwork. PROTIP: these counterattack-based tactics (make 'em miss, make 'em pay, the HIPBOX way) only need to have a 45 degree pivot, allowing for a quicker knockout counter. Therefore, when used as a drill, the combo can be performed 8X to make a full circle around your opponent, or in your exercise experience. Practice and enjoy!