The Upraising Heel Kick (also called Upward Heel Kick) is a kick performed similarly to a Front Kick. The only difference between these two kicks is that the heel is used as the striking surface.

To perform this kick, the kicking leg is raised and bent, perpendicular to the ground, and the lower leg is then raised up, usually aimed towards the chin, and strikes with the heel.

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