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How To Faster Stronger Kicks through Core Training For Martial Arts

How To Faster Stronger Kicks through Core Training For Martial Arts

Let's get one things straight. Six Pack to Core is like Windshield to Car Windows. Sure it's right up there in front and it's the first thing to catch the eye. And it can stop the wind and other elements if they are coming directly from the front. But what if they are coming from other directions?  The Core Muscles Same is with the core muscles. There are many. During any given time, that a kick or a punch is thrown, they are activated in combinations, sometimes at the same time, sometimes in sequence. Depending on the technique.  Training the Core...

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Teep Push Front Kick Stronger Kick Using Supporting Leg Training

Teep Push Front Kick Stronger Kick Using Supporting Leg Training

   May people have asked how to develop the power in a push front kick. Push kick is usually a defensive weapon. However properly adjusted it can be to attack and/or set up other techniques. If used without acceleration, and especially to stop the incoming attack, it relies on "grounding". This means the supporting leg must be in good position to push off the ground and into the target. Unfortunately this is a weak link in the chain. I use a very simple training technique to develop power, stability and grounding in the push front kick. Later this transfers to...

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Traditional Squared Front Kick Compensations, Flexibility Requirements and Injuries.

Traditional Squared Front Kick Compensations, Flexibility Requirements and Injuries.

The article talks about a "Traditional" front kick and issues associated with it. Some styles and instructors insist on the supporting leg to be facing in the direction of the kick. The acceleration of the kick is drawn from the sharp pelvic thrust. In kinesiological terms a posterior pelvic tilt.    The biggest issue with a front kick thrown into the target directly in front, is the hamstrings flexibility. More specifically lateral hamstring flexibility. Biceps Femoris (the two outside head of the hamstrings) are often tighter than the two medial heads. This makes the kick thrown directly in front more...

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Hip Pain During Side Line Kicks Causes and Explanation

Hip Pain During Side Line Kicks Causes and Explanation

Today I would like to talk about injuries during kicking. If there were no injuries, a lot more people would have enjoyed their  martial arts practices. There are several reasons for injuries and here are the main ones. Lack of Proper Range of Motion Lack of Proper Conditioning Insufficient Warm Up Incorrect Technique Not enough recover time between sessions Beside those, there are many others such as mental stress, lack of proper nutrients, lack of sleep, congenital weakness (such as hernia), etc. Today we will address the first one. There are many instances under which a martial artist can get...

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How To Get A Higher Side Kick Through Supporting Leg Training

How To Get A Higher Side Kick Through Supporting Leg Training

Side Kick Height and The Supporting Leg Side Kick Height is the one of the main issues kickers struggle with. In the article we will address the main cause of the kicking height barrier: the supporting leg. The video below presents the progression for development the strength and flexibility in the supporting leg: While a number of factors can prevent the height of the kick, supporting leg flexibility and strength are the major ones. Sometimes a kicker can significantly improve the height of the kick, simply by dropping torso in the opposite direction of the kick. If this is the...

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