Somewhat less common, but dating back to the earliest days of tricking is the narabong. While this is technically a combination, where a round kick, often from a skip, is followed by a rapid hook kick, it is not uncommon for it to be named as a distinct single trick. It should be understood that the transition used between the kicks is usually a rapid. Similarly, a feinted round kick trick rapids into hook kicks in exactly the same way as the previous example, simply using opposite kicks. This can be understood to function similarly to the narabong’s cousin, the autobahn.