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How to Do a Roundhouse Kick | Kickboxing Lessons

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The 5 Basic Kicks In Kickboxing

This is a quick reference guide of the 5 basic kicks in kickboxing.
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Kickboxing Exercises : Kickboxing technique: round kick

Learn how to perform the round kick, a basic kickboxing move.

Expert: Tristan Truscott
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Bio: Sensei Tristan is co-owner of the Austin Martial Arts Academy and has been teaching martial arts and self defense for the past 20 years.

5 Best Taekwondo Kicks for Muay Thai, MMA & Kickboxing

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Taekwondo vs. Muay Thai vs. Kickboxing... which one is the best?

I believe that one martial art isn't necessarily better than the other, but if you're able to mix Taekwondo kicks with MMA, Muay Thai or Kickboxing, then you have that many new combinations and techniques to strike your opponent with.

Here my friend and training partner Cassie shows 5 of the best TKD kicks (both for beginners and advanced) that you can use in Muay Thai, MMA or kickboxing, including the side kick, spinning back kick, spinning wheel kick, axe kick, and 360 tornado kick.

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The 4 Basic Kicks For Kickboxing

#1 The Left Foot Jab. The Left Foot Jab is a straight kick thrown to your opponent’s chest. The key element to remember is to lift your left knee up as high as possible so you can generate maximum power for your kick. Strike with the ball of your foot and be sure to extend your leg as much as possible so that you can be as far away as possible while still striking the target.

#2. The Right Foot Jab. The Right Foot Jab is very similar to the Left Foot Jab except The Right Foot Jab has way more power. Because the right leg is farther away from the target, there’s more distance to generate power. You’re also adding in the rotation of your hip with the kick so there’s more power when you follow through with the kick.

#3. The Left Hook Kick. The Left Hook Kick is sometimes called a Roundhouse Kick. Think of your left shin being used as a baseball bat to swing at the right side of your opponent. With the Left Hook Kick, you can kick your opponent in the leg, in the right side of their rib cage or to the right side of their head.

#4. The Right Hook Kick. The Right Hook Kick, also known as the Right Roundhouse Kick is a super powerful kick that swings at the left side of your opponent’s body. Targets include your opponent’s leg, torso or head. The Right Hook Kick has tremendous power because you can rotate and follow through with your hip when throwing the kick.

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Women's Kickboxing Kicks : Women's Kickboxing: Jumping Roundhouse Kick

Beginner martial artists practice bringing up their knees first before doing a jumping roundhouse kick. Learn how to do a jumping roundhouse kick in this free video on women's kickboxing techniques.

Expert: Linda Josefsson
Bio: Linda Josefsson is a 3rd degree black belt in tae kwon do and has taught martial arts, boxing and kickboxing for 15 plus years at the Billy Blanks World Training Center in Sherman Oaks, Calif.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
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Kickboxing Exercises : Kickboxing technique: side kick

Learn how to throw a side kick, a basic kickboxing technique.

Expert: Tristan Truscott
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Bio: Sensei Tristan is co-owner of the Austin Martial Arts Academy and has been teaching martial arts and self defense for the past 20 years.

Kickboxing : How to Do a Switch Kick in Kickboxing

A switch kick in kickboxing will add a little more power and speed to your basic front kick or round kick. Add the switch kick to your kickboxing with help from a certified black belt in this free video on kickboxing.

Expert: John Maynard
Bio: John Maynard, the founder and operator of Champion Mixed Martial Arts in Wilmington, North Carolina, holds several high-degree black belts in more than a dozen forms of martial arts.
Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

Series Description: Kickboxing takes a lot of practice in order to master your punching, kicking, blocking and footwork. Start improving your kickboxing skills with guidance from a certified black belt in this free video series on kickboxing.

How to Do a Kickboxing Crescent Kick

A crescent kick can be a powerful kickboxing move. Learn the skills of kickboxing in this video on competitive kickboxing moves.

How to Do a Roundhouse Kick Defense | Kickboxing Lessons

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All right, guys. Now I'm going to do round house kick defense. Face me. The first thing I want to do with my defense, I'll explain, is I want to create a straight line from the top of my glove all the way down to the bottom of my foot. Pretty much my toes, going straight down, creating a straight line, so wherever this kick is at, I'm blocking and I'm protecting myself from it.

So this is what I mean. Right now, Melissa's going to throw a right round house kick, all right? And if she kicks low, what's going to happen now-- kick low, up-- ready? She will miss completely. Come right back up. If she kicks a little higher, right? I will catch it-- go ahead, kick-- with my shin. If she kicks midway real slow, kick real slow midway. I'll catch it with my knee on my elbow and she's going to have a very bad day.

If she kicks really high-- kick really high up-- I'll protect it with my glove or my shoulder, okay? So again, low, mid, just keep going higher. Go, good. Then right back. Go a little higher, good. A little higher, good. Get really high, go. Good, a little more pressure, go. Good, so I'm always creating that line. Now if she kicks with her left leg-- switch, good stay right there.

There are a few ways of doing this. If we're close or depending on my stance, if this leg's in front you could use your rear leg-- so kick real slow, come forward-- and then right back. A little harder, go. Back and again. So the same thing, create a straight line. Little higher, straight line. Good, a little more pressure, go. Good, and again, good. And one more, good.

Now if you don't have enough time or you feel more comfortable just keeping this leg planted and this leg up on its toes, what you can do-- kick me right along here, slow-- is cross your legs. And again, good. A little faster, go. Good, again. Good, and again. Good, so nice and easy come back to normal. Let's go with our right round house kick. Go, good. Switch, left, good. Again, left. Good, left. Left, good. Right. Right high. Good, left high. Good, and that's how you protect yourself from a round house kick in kick boxing.
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Kickboxing Basic Kicking Drill 1, Front kick, Round kick, Side kicks for Kickboxing & MMA

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Taekwondo Kickboxing Techniques Sampler (Kwonkicker)

(This is a re-upload of an older sampler, now without copyright issues!)

This is a sampler featuring techniques from my various martial arts tutorials and training videos. I've uploaded tutorials on the majority of the techniques featured in this video . Check my playlists section on my youtube channel to watch them.

Click here to go directly to the Taekwondo Kickboxing tutorials playlist (which are tutorials geared toward Kickboxing, Olypmic TKD & MMA / Mixed Martial Arts competition):

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FAQs:

Q: What is Taekwondo Kickboxing?
A: Taekwondo Kickboxing is essentially formal Taekwondo that has been trained for use under modern Kickboxing style competition rules (International, Full-Contact, Muay Thai, Sanda, etc). There have been quite a few Taekwondo style Kickboxers over the years, but there is no official Style for it yet. This is simply my own version of it.

Q: Where can I buy one of those kicking dummies?
A: You can buy a Body Opponent Bag (B.O.B.) by going here:


Q: What is in the base of the B.O.B./Bag?
A: It is filled with around 270lbs of all-purpose sand.

Q: How long have you been training?
A: Around 10 Years. I'm 25 years old.

Q: Who are your influences?
A: Check the playlists section on my channel page to see a full list of my favorite fighters

Q: What is your name?
A: Micah Brock (Pronounced Mike-uh)

You can read my channel profile for more info.

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Kickboxing : Front Kick in a Street Fight vs. a Kickboxing Match

A front kick in a street fight is roughly the same as a front kick in kickboxing except for varying factors such as what terrain you'll be standing on. Discover the difference between a front kick in street fighting versus kickboxing with help a certified black belt in this free video on kickboxing

Expert: John Maynard
Bio: John Maynard, the founder and operator of Champion Mixed Martial Arts in Wilmington, North Carolina, holds several high-degree black belts in more than a dozen forms of martial arts.
Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

Series Description: Kickboxing takes a lot of practice in order to master your punching, kicking, blocking and footwork. Start improving your kickboxing skills with guidance from a certified black belt in this free video series on kickboxing.

MUAY THAI / KICKBOXING : KICKING Techniques

KICKING TECHNIQUES - Boxing Bag Exercise. ( KICK )
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Cool Muay Thai Kickboxing/MMA Heavy Bag Workout (3-5 x 3 min)

This muay thai kickboxing/mma -style heavy bag workout will develop your basic striking techniques and combinations, as well as improve conditioning and fitness.

Instructions:

1) PHASE 1 (about 2 min): FIRST GO THROUGH THE BASIC MUAY THAI STRIKES WITH PERFECT FORM

3 X JAB
3 X STRAIGHT CROSS
3 X LEFT HOOK
3 X RIGHT HOOK
3 X LEFT UPPERCUT
3 X RIGHT UPPERCUT
3 X RIGHT SIDE ELBOW
3 X LEFT SIDE ELBOW
3 X RIGHT UPPERCUT ELBOW
3 X LEFT UPPERCUT ELBOW
3 X LEFT TEEP (FRONT KICK)
3 X RIGHT TEEP (FRONT KICK)
3 X RIGHT STRAIGHT KNEE
3 X LEFT STRAIGHT KNEE
3 X ROUNDHOUSE KICK
3 X SWITCH KICK

1) PHASE 2 (about 1 minute):

FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE ROUND (ABOUT 1 MIN), GO AT FULL POWER AND SPEED. MIX IT UP WITH COMBINATIONS, ACTIVE FOOT WORK & DISTANCES, CREATE DIFFERENT ATTACKING ANGLES ETC. (For ideas, see our example combos here: )

REST 1-2 MINUTES, AND REPEAT FOR 2-4 TIMES FOR A TOTAL HEAVY BAG WORKOUT OF 15-25 MINUTES.



GENERAL TIPS

-ALWAYS WARM UP AND STRETCH PROPERLY BEFORE BAG WORK

-DURING PUNCHES, ALWAYS MAINTAIN WRIST TIGHT AND STRAIGHT DURING CONTACT TO AVOID INJURY ( AND WRAP YOUR HANDS WITH BOXING WRAPS)

-FOCUS ON GOOD FORM AND TECHNIQUE

-USE A PROPER WEIGHING BAG FOR YOUR EXPERIENCE-, SKILL AND STRENGHT LEVEL. IF YOU ARE A BEGINNER, USE A LIGHTER BAG TO AVOID INJURY. FOR MORE ADVANCED PRACTITIONERS A HEAVIER BAG WILL STAY STATIONERY FOR HARDER SHOTS. IT ALSO PREPARES STRENGTHENS THE BODY (E.G. SHINS) FOR HARDER CONTACT.

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Kickboxing Exercises : Kickboxing technique: front kick

Learn how to do the kickboxing front kick from a professional martial arts instructor.

Expert: Tristan Truscott
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Bio: Sensei Tristan is co-owner of the Austin Martial Arts Academy and has been teaching martial arts and self defense for the past 20 years.

How to Do a Kickboxing Front Kick

The front kick is a kickboxing fundamental. Learn the skills of kickboxing in this video on competitive kickboxing moves.

Roundhouse High Kicks - Training with Powerhouse Kickboxing

Roundhouse Kickboxing Series - Training Session from Powerhouse Kickboxing in Cambridge, MA. Konstantin walks through ways to perform numerous roundhouses.

How to Do Footwork | Kickboxing Lessons

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Now we're doing kicking boxing footwork. Before I start, I want to explain rhythm. There a few different timings. Some people will be more in a boxing forward/back timing, on their toes. Others will be more having their weight back. It's up to you which one feels more comfortable. Obviously it's very important in kick boxing that you're able to lift your front leg up at any time. So it's up to you whether you want to be more mobile or a little bit more with your weight on your back leg. It's a preference.

Now in regards to the footwork, for every basic rule in regards to moving in the ring, anywhere in kickboxing, is that the leg closest to the direction your moving towards goes first. So if I'm moving forward, the leg closest to forward moves first. If I'm going this way, this one moves two inches then the back one moves two inches. If I'm going back, the leg closest to back moves first. Moves back three inches, moves back three inches. Going left three, three, two, two, one, one. Doesn't matter, I'm always leading with the leg closest to that direction first.

Now obviously we don't move so robotic so I'm gonna stay in my rhythm and I'm gonna go forward. Boom. Boom. It's almost like a little shuffle. Making sure my feet come close. Never want to get hit in this position. I want to make sure I have a good, strong, athletic stance to hold term. Going back. Forward. Here. Now, obviously there is a lot of circling that's going on in kick boxing so that being said, you always want to make sure you are always in your proper stance and in front of your opponent. If your opponent is moving to the side, very simply all you have to do is pivot off your lead leg. Turn the other way, pivot off your lead leg.

You can also shuffle. Shuffle around. Shuffle, make sure you maintain your stance. Shuffle the other direction. But you do not want your opponent be here, or here. You ideally want to be there on your opponent but not let them do that. So once again, he's in front of you. I'm shuffling. Making sure I have a good stance the whole time. Never letting him get to my sides. Obviously you know to have your hands like this. You will have your hands up, elbows in, the whole time. Shuffling. Stay in your rhythm if you're not moving anything or tap forward, tap here, turn, turn, shuffle, turn, to the side, to the side. But making sure you maintain a good, solid, base the whole time. And that's some proper techniques for footwork in kickboxing.

How to Do a Kickboxing Back Kick

Try a back kick next time you're kickboxing. Learn the skills of kickboxing in this video on competitive kickboxing moves.

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