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First, I drive the leg forward in the coiled position.
I then extend the leg into the target, digging the ball of the foot in. If it is a horizontal target, I can use the instep instead.
The knee is raised directly forward.
I thrust the leg into the opponent, extending the foot whilst pulling the toes back to expose the ball of the foot. It isn't just a flick of the knee. It comes from the hips.
I avoid leaning back to much. This aids stability.
As I land the kick, I rote the grounded foot slightly to allow the hips to turn into the kick. This adds power.