Front Kick and Front Line Kicks:
Technical Kicking Leg Development

This is the program that develops the kicking leg of the front line kicks. Here is a more in depth explanation.

This program is aimed at two things

In simple terms:
1. flexibility in the back of the leg, and
2. strength in the front of the leg.

When it comes to elasticity and general strength to perform a kick correctly, all front line kicks share the same strength/flexibility requirements.

(Front Line Kicks Being: All Variations of the Front Kick, Axe Kick, Inside Crescent Kick, and Outside Crescent Kick)

Don’t confuse strength to do the kick properly and kicking power.

To understand this concept let’s compare punching and kicking. General strength is needed to extend the straight punch and hold it to the opponent face and power is to actual punch with force. It’s important to understand this distinction. Since technical strength and power are different things.

Strength and Form

However, having the strength to do the kick correctly, will improve many aspects of the kick, including power. Front Kick is the most basic kick, and yet so few martial artists have a proper form. Knowing what the proper form looks like and producing it at will are completely different things.


To throw a kick properly, 15-35 degrees of hip flexion are needed extra, on top of what the intended kicking height requires. The reason in such a large range difference (15-35 is 20 degree difference) is due to the strength of the muscles that flex the hips.

The Stronger muscles that hold the leg up the less flexible one can be. The weaker a person in that area, the more flexible they need to be.

If the paragraph above is confusing, here it is in simpler terms. If you want to kick comfortably to the solar plexus, you need enough flexibility to kick to the face.

Here is a video explaining this in more depth:

This program is very short and to the point. It attacks both front:

  • Zaichik Stretching Technique develops flexibility.
  • Reciprocal Inhibition and Antagonist Short Range Conditioning develop strength.
Within the proper sequence of skills development, this program should precede other modalities of the kick: it comes before Endurance, Control, Accuracy, Speed, Power, etc.

Do you need this program?

  • Extend a front kick to your own head level. Hold it for a few seconds. If your body is straight, back is not curved forward, and you feel comfortable. You have enough strength and flexibility, and you don’t need this program.
  • If your back is hunched and/or your kick can’t be comfortably held at your head level even for a few seconds, you need the program.
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  • The routine contains joint mobility warm-up, conditioning exercises to prepare your muscles , Zaichik Stretching Techniques for each single muscle involved, strength and supporting exercises and a cool down section.
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Adductors Strength & Flexibility 
This program contains: 
Adductors are four muscles whose primary role is hip adduction. Adduction is pulling the limb toward the mid-line of the body.

Additionally some texts list Pectineus as an adductor. There are a number of other muscles that also adduct the leg. Most of those muscles are external rotators of the hip. Since most applications of abduction have a superimposed lateral rotation, additional adductors do not restrict abduction or horizontal abduction. The exception are medial hamstrings, which are internal rotators of the hip.
All Kick Master Combo
This Package includes:

Side Kick Training (7 programs)
1- Technical Kicking Leg Development
2- Trunk Flexibility and Strength for Optimum Kicking
3- Supporting Leg Training For Kicking Height
4- Precision and Accuracy
5- Speed Development
6- Power Development
7- Neutralizing Opponents Defense and Guard Penetration Set Ups
Roundhouse and Hook Kicks Training (4 programs)
1- Roundhouse Kick: Technical Kicking Leg Development
2- Roundhouse Kick: Speed Development
3- Roundhouse Kick: Power Development
4- Hook Kick: Power Development
Front Kick Training (5 programs)
1- Front Kick and Front Line Kicks: Technical Kicking Leg Development
2- Front Kick: Speed Development
3- Push Front Kick: Power Development
4- Axe Kick: Power Development
5- Ball of the Foot: Point of Impact
Advance Kick Training (4 programs)
1- Twist Kick Technical Kicking Leg Development
2- Flying Side Kick: Technique and Jumping Height Development
3- Scorpion Kick: Perfect form Development
4- Flying Split Scissors Kick, Two Direction Kick
Kick Retention Training
A specific video focusing on functional kick training.
Three Classic ElasticSteel Functional Strength And Conditioning Books
1- The Gravity Advantage
2- The Gravity Advantage Max
3- The Power of One
Two Extra Programs for Hand Conditioning
1- Fist Point of Impact: Wrist, Knuckles and Forearm Development
2- Palm Strike Strength and Flexibility Training
Hamstrings Advanced Level
This programs contains: 

The Advanced Hamstrings routine is for those of you who are familiar with the Zaichik Stretching techniques and can comfortably implement the routine. It takes things up a notch by introducing muscle contraction in addition to muscle action for an even more intense workout.

The Advanced Hamstrings program:
  • develops full control and strength in the deep ranges of the hamstrings.
  • the control is expanded to include both the flexors and extensors of the hip.
Holding a high front kick or a standing leg raise would be an example of the former. Holding a high back kick or a penche would be an example of the later.

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