By Nidhi Singh 

Kabaddi Offensive Skills  From Toe Touches to Lion Jumps

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The back kick in kabaddi stands out as a cunning maneuver where the raider lures the defense by turning away and attempts a backward kick to secure a touch point. In certain regions, it's known as a 'mule kick'.

1) Back Kick

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Executing a Dubki demands impeccable timing and keen instincts. This move involves the raider skillfully dodging the chain tackle by ducking below the outstretched arms of defenders to secure a point.

2) Dubki

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Hand Touches stand as essential offensive skills in kabaddi, assessing a raider's proactive nature and reflexes. Mastering moves like the stooping hand touch, turning hand touch, and running hand touch is crucial for any kabaddi raider.

3) Hand Touch

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The Lion Jump, made famous by Pawan Sehrawat in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi league, demands an extraordinary display of power and propulsion derived from the raider's legs. This technique involves the raider attempting to leap over the defenders to evade them and swiftly reach the midline.

5) Lion Jump

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The sidekick stands as a potent kabaddi technique for raiders, involving an attempt to touch the defender with a sideways kick while maintaining balance. Mastery of this move demands consistent practice to ensure the raider sustains body balance and a stable center of gravity for successful execution.

5) Side kick

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The toe touch holds a prime spot among kabaddi skills, a favored asset in a raider's repertoire. Here, the raider aims to touch the defender using their toe to secure a point. The effectiveness of this maneuver hinges largely on the raider's speed and ability to execute it swiftly, catching the defender off guard before they can anticipate the move.

6) Toe Touch

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