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The Science of Kicking

Flying Side Kick

Flying Side Kick

Flying Side Kick is a fancy looking kick, which in most peoples' minds is reserved for the movies, demonstration and breaking. However from a power point of view, it combines two monsters: One is a the strongest muscles in the body, the compound leg extensors. Same muscles that helps one squat and dead lift heavy weights. That not being enough Flying Side Kick also pack the full weight of the body, being accelerated into the target.  From a practicality point of view it's not as easy to land as a Jab or Back Fist. And yet the kick had been...

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Anatomy of the Twist Kick

Anatomy of the Twist Kick

Twist Kick, is called Bituro Chagi in Korean Martial Arts. It has lately been used by many non-Korean martial arts styles including various Kungfu, Karate and Mixed Styles.  Power and Effectiveness The twist kick lands its effectiveness to surprise. It's attack comes from an unexpected direction from the opposite side of the round house. If performed as a stationary kick, it derives its power mainly from the extension of the knee and thus strength of the quadriceps. Biomechanics Biomechanics of the kick make the hip action a rather difficult accelerator. In other words the pelvic momentum is rather difficult to...

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Anatomy Kinesiology of the Axe Kick

Anatomy Kinesiology of the Axe Kick

       Today we are going to learn the kinesiology of an Axe kick. This kick can be thrown with a rear leg or the front leg. The Axe kick comes down on the target in it's basic form. While looks like a simple kick, it has many variations. It can come from inside out or outside. Thrown at angles, with open or square hips. Some styles prefer a specific variation of the kick, as do individual practitioners. Flexibility of the kicker, height, preferred fighting distance, other techniques in the arsenal are some of the factors which will decide, how...

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Anatomy of the Spinning Hook Kick

Anatomy of the Spinning Hook Kick

I been asked for a long time to do anatomy of various kicks. Most precisely it is the kinesiology of the kicks. Buy Kick Mastery System - Levels 1, 2 and 3 Combo Today is  Spinning Hook Kick or Reverse Hook Kick. This kick relies on the rotation force of the body. There are many variations to this kick and while kinesiology would be almost the same, the biomechanics would be different. For those who don't know the difference between the two disciplines, in short: Kinesiology is which muscles are used during various phases of the kick. Biomechanics is the...

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