Are you completely satisfied with your kicks?

Have you achieved the total potential of speed, height, power, precision and control in your kicking techniques? If you are absolutely at the top of your kicking game, scoring easy kick knockouts and wowing everyone with your techniques, I want to congratulate you, I know exactly how you feel and so do thousands of my students.

I am Paul Zaichik, master and founder of ElasticSteel method of athletic conditioning. I have spent 20 years researching kicking techniques, in the lab, in the gyms with the support of some of the best experts in motor learning, exercise physiology, kinesiology and biomechanics. I have also produced hundreds of free videos on the scientific subject of kicking, which have influenced the training of thousands of masters and students alike.

If you are one of the people who haven't achieved the top of your kicking potential, you need to read this more than anyone else. My method is unique and very different from anything you have ever tried before.

Unlike other videos out there, that only show you a few basic demonstrations of each kick from different angles without any explanation of what they are for, the ElasticSteel Kicking video series shows you EVERYTHING you need to know about kicks.

In this video series I'll take you through step by step instructions on how to get your kicks, higher, stronger, faster in a very easy to understand and safe approach.

Each video is packed with information specific to each of the kicks discussed. In this series every Kick is explained and drills are placed in sections for a specific modality, to make it easy for you to maneuver, understand and follow.


Everything you ever wanted to know about Front Kick 

This video takes you into an education journey into the most basic kick in martial arts. It focuses on three variations of the front kick, the snap front kick, the push front kick and the stump front kick. Use this instructional to score knock outs in the ring or gain points in your forms competition for graceful, fast, high and powerful kicks.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Side Kick 

This video focuses on two basic, yet often misunderstood kicks. In this video Paul Zaichik shows you the most efficient drills needed to master every aspect of the side kick and hook kick.  It doesn't have to take years to master a perfect kick, if you know what to practice. Indeed very few masters in the world, who perfected their own kicks, know how to quickly and safely pass the skills on to others. This video will fill the gap and help answer questions that you may have.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Roundhouse Kick

Unlike other videos out there, that only show you a few basic demonstrations of each kick from different angles without any explanation of what they're for, the ElasticSteel Kicking video series shows you EVERYTHING you need to know about kicks.

As always I take you through step by step instructions on how to get your kicks, higher, stronger, faster in a very easy to understand and safe approach.
Broad Spectrum Conditioning for Kicking

This video is designed to do for you what 99% of the martial arts instructors won't do for you. Broad Spectrum Conditioning before the study of the skills. Learn training routines which can be used to prepare your body for kicking techniques. These moves will allow for fast and safe mastery of the kicks.

Learn the training routines to prepare your body for kicking techniques. These moves will allow for fast and safe mastery of the kicks.

Take a look at this combo contents in the following video:

Just a simple e-mail to tell you how great the program is. Due to lack of time (work, work, work:) ), I just looked at it this morning and I used some of the tips to improve my pupils' skills. The explanations are very clear and even if one does not understand spoken English, the sequences are very explicite.I'll just wait because these are more expensive than average video programs but I intend to acquire more of them. They are really worth the money !!!When you have trained for quite a while, it is sometimes difficult to go backwards to teach the basics but I think I will do it better thanks to your explanations. Many thanks and 'contact you soon" :)Marc Bouquette (teacher in a Chang Dsu Yao subschool)
Hello. I've been working on the exercises from Elastic Steel for a week. I simply can't believe the results. Maybe this sounds like a stupid advertisement but so do the other messages I read about people that had the same experience.

Actually I noticed something "new" on my legs right after the first session; my knees didn't hurt at all, and when I finished with the hip turns I stood up, I threw a kick and I laughed!! My hips didn't click anymore, and moving my legs was just like moving my arms.
Also, I used to have a slight pain in my quads every time I attempted a front split. Guess what? It's not there anymore; all the previous exercises you do before the split seem to have kind of fixed it or whatever.
So, now you know, if you still have some problems with your hips or something similar keep on doing the conditioning exercises and the techniques explained. Never give up.
Thank you Paul!!!!!!!!!!!!! Regards.- Daniel, Buenos Aires

Broad Spectrum Conditioning for Kicking

Have you ever watched a child trying to write something, before the fine motor skills are developed? All you see is incomprehensible lines? The reason for that is because the neuromuscular system is not yet developed to allow for such a task. This example has some resonance to a new kicker trying to kick. A while belt kicker who is not strength conditioned has to use muscles, which are not fully developed for kicking and are not under his complete control. He will develop these muscles through kicks. It's a time consuming process. Furthermore, it is not the safest or fastest way to learn how to kick.

It takes just one muscle group to be underdeveloped, for the kicking technique not to work. A basic front kick demonstrates this point well. For a successful kick strength is required in the anterior chain of the kicking leg. Flexibility and strength in the posterior chain of the kicking leg is needed for successful and safe height and the deceleration of the kick. That is just the kicking leg; the supporting leg and trunk have many requirements as well. If they are not there, the kick can't let you do the kick correctly, then what are you practicing?

That's where this Broad Spectrum Conditioning for Kicking video comes in handy. It teaches you how to develop your body, which is ready to master how to kick.

Being ready, makes the difference between:

-Will you learn to kick properly or not?

-Will you practice to kick correctly or not?

-Will you get injured or not?

-How quickly will you master the kicks?

This video is great for the following students:

-If you are just about to start your martial arts journey and looking for a way to prepare for it.

-If you took time off from training and need to get your body into shape before coming back.

-If you are currently training, yet your kicks don't seem to improve.
"Paul, I am a martial arts instructor ( Goju Ryu Karate ) and I am thrilled that I have found your site. Your knowledge and teaching methods are outstanding , I will be taking your methods back to the dojo to share with my students. I am always trying to do research to improve how I teach and your site is by far the best I have ever found .Thanks you for what you share with us." - Doug Avery
"I purchased the flexibility videos and the Kicking Series. I have to say they are fabulous! A huge treasure of information. I learn something different every time I watch." - Steve Smith


This series contains 3 videos (RoundHouse Kick, Side Kick and Front Kick). Each video has 11 sections each and runs for approximately 2 hours each with the following contents:

Section 1- Kinesiology of the kick

This section explains the joint movement of a specific kick, all the muscles working in each kick are detailed with performance variations (Kick executed slowly, fast, against a target, no target, etc.). This is a necessary foundation to get the most out of the numerous techniques, exercises and drills taught throughout the video.

Section 2- Kinesiology Review

In this section the kick is again broken down with all the joints and muscles summarized as the kick is performed and paused for each step.

Section 3 - Kick Specific Warm Up

This section focuses on a quick warm up which can make a difference between an so-so and a great training session. This warm up also helps to prevent injuries during kick training.

Section 4 - Explanation of kicking techniques variations and methods of attack

There are many ways to throw a kick to serve your needs in combat or self defense. Depending on a situation a specific angle of length of a kick can make a difference between hitting a target or being hit yourself. Stepping and foot work needed to get the kick to your opponent is also covered.

Section 5 - Endurance Training

Once the technique is understood and grasped, the next step is endurance. Cardiovascular and muscular endurance is required for combat and is a pre-requisite for other modalities such as speed, power, etc. Various endurance drills and exercises are demonstrated.

Section 6 - Stability & Balance

This section demonstrates exercises dynamic stability and balance needed for optimal kicking techniques. Included are drills specifically designed for real combat situations, with the movement and opposition of the adversary in mind.

Section 7 - Focus, Precision and Control

Being able to kick hard, fast and often is great but, it doesn't mean anything if you are not hitting a necessary target. This section teaches control drill specifically designed for kick control such as for demonstrations or for light contact or non-contact sparring. Precision exercises train the fine muscles and nervous system to sharpen the eye-foot coordination.

Section 8 - Antagonists Conditioning

Antagonists training is a scientific shortcut to speed, power, awesome kicking form and other modalities. These muscle groups can prevent injury due to deceleration capacity. They also determine how fast and strong the kick would be by the amount of constrain they place on the antagonists. Each video demonstrates various Antagonist exercises for their respective kicks.

Section 9 - Speed and Timing

Speed means nothing if the kick is telegraphed. This section teaches you how to use breathing and visualization to hide your intentions and explode with full speed at the right moment.

Section 10 - Strength & Power

Power is one of the last components to be mastered. Once all other modalities are in place and a well focused kick can be thrown with full control with no acceleration, plenty of power would be produced. Most kickers stop there, but I go further and show you how very specific strength techniques can open a new realm to the meaning of destructive kicking power.

Section 11 - Height and Flexibility

In this section I go over the components of kick flexibility. Any kick draws the grace of its height from at least three components: (The Kicking leg, the supporting leg, and the trunk or core.) A fine equilibrium of strength and flexibility permits an execution of an effective high kick. This section goes over the drills which develop every aspect necessary to gain tremendous kicking height.

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The title of each video says it all:

  • Everything you ever wanted to know about a Front kick.
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about a Roundhouse kick.
  • Everything you ever wanted to know about a Side kick and a Hook kick.
Unlike other videos out there, that only show you a few basic demonstrations of each kick from different angles without any explanation of what they're for, the ElasticSteel Kicking video series shows you EVERYTHING you need to know about kicks.

As always I take you through step by step instructions on how to get your kicks, higher, stronger, faster in a very easy to understand and safe approach.

Let me tell you the real reason you still haven't reached the full potential of your training.

Because you are training wrong! It's not your fault. No one taught you how to train for kicking. And no, your master is not evil and holding back the knowledge that you pay him for.

Most martial arts instructors simply don't know how to train their students when they hit a wall. Think about it; they copied their master, who copied his master and now you are expected to copy what you see as well without any explanation of how to do it. Few people get lucky and succeed without proper training, which is precisely the reason why such a small percentage of martial artists have well developed kicking techniques.

But guess what? This is your true chance to join the privileged minority and achive even greater kicking excellence in shortest interval with least effort. The unique, state of the art training techniques featured in my videos are the key.

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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
Complete Shoulder Flexion
This program contains: 

Being able to stretch the shoulder abductors and extensors, as well as scapula inferior rotators allows the arm to come up to at least vertical line. In many cases more than 180 degree is needed, in throwing sports for example, such as javelin, football and baseball. Same applied to serves in volleyball and rocket sports.

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