Side Kick: Neutralizing Opponents Defense and Guard Penetration Set Ups
The Side Kick is a technique that has a potential to end the fight.
On the street or in the ring, it can stop the opponent cold. How come it’s only rarely used to its full effectiveness. A large part of the equation to utilize the kick fully, is found in the set up. The more powerful the kick (or punch), the more shifting of mass is needed.
This means longer trajectory. For this reason, it is easier to detect. Thus making it less effective. Very few fighters can keep scoring with a side kick outright. Just like very few fighters can keep throwing a straight right and landing each time. Power shots require a set up.
This program deals with side kick set-ups using other kicks.
- How to use other kicks to distract, while a side kick is launched?
- How to move the guard or secure the guard?
Moving the guard is forcing the opponent to move the hands away from the intended target, exposing it. Securing the guard is making sure that the open target stays open.
Is this program for you?
If you have a good side kick, but have trouble landing it, this program is for you. If you don’t have a good side kick and have trouble landing it, you should develop the kick first. Master the side kick first. Programs here.