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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.
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Kickboxing Basic Kicking Drill 1, Front kick, Round kick, Side kicks for Kickboxing & MMA

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Women's Kickboxing Kicks : Women's Kickboxing: Crescent Kick

Kickboxers quickly learn that the circular motion of the crescent kick is what differentiates the crescent kick from the front kick in kickboxing. Watch this free martial arts video to learn how to do a crescent kick for kickboxing fitness and competitions.

Expert: Linda Josefson
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Taekwondo Kickboxing Techniques Sampler on the BOB XL

Me doing some Taekwondo Kickboxing techniques on a B.O.B (270lbs Body Opponent Bag). This is more of my Kickboxing techniques but i have put a bit of flash techniques in there (540s, etc). I wouldn't actually try them kicks in full contact and they are in there for fun and to test my ability. I hope you like it :) Please Like, Comment and Subscribe!
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Kickboxing & MMA Kick Shield pivot drill

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25 Kickboxing Moves You Should Know!

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3 min Muay Thai Kickboxing Round: Follow the Instructions!

Follow along to this 3 minute Muay Thai kickboxing heavybag (or shadowboxing) workout, with audio instructions. Once you finish, run it back and do it 2 or 3 more times! Work your punches, kicks, clinch knees, as well as defensive checks and evasions.
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Kickboxing, MMA & Martial Arts Sneaky Kicks

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Two of my favourite kicks. The Mittmaster Drift & Rainbow kick. Sneaky kicks from tricky angles. Enjoy.




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Killer Leg Kick Combination | Dutch Style Kickboxing

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The Dutch Style of kickboxing commonly sets up attacks with a fast combination of punches which then follows with devastating hard kicks to finish.

This full course will teach you 15 Dutch style combinations to learn and train on your punch bag.

These combinations incorporate different themes which build up the Dutch kickboxing style such as broken rhythm, the chopping low kick, striking on different levels, targeting the liver and spleen and loads more.

I absolutely love training in this style and studying the worlds best legendary Dutch kickboxers including Ramon Dekkers, Bas Rutten, Remy Bonjasky, Alistair Overeem, Badr Hari, Ernesto Hoost, Semmy Schilt, Tyrone Spong and Nieky Holzken to name a few, the list goes on...

The slow motion breakdowns and technical explanations will help take your Dutch Kickboxing skills to another level whilst also pushing your fitness and cardio into ridiculous condition.

The best way to train these combinations on your punch bag is to learn the order of techniques, build up the flow of the body mechanics and then set your round timer for 3, 4 or 5 minutes, and unleash your strikes with maximum power and full aggression!

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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
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Why Snap Kicks Don't Score in Muay Thai & Kickboxing (ft Cyrus Washington)

TKD black belts Kwonkicker & Cyrus Washington (Taekwondo, Muay Thai & Lethwei Champ) explain why traditional snap kicks don't score well in damage-based kickboxing sports, as well as demonstrate ways that snap kicks can instead be used to setup other techniques that are more likely to be seen favorably by judges.

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How to Block Body Kicks: Muay Thai Kickboxing

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Kicks to the body are some of the highest scoring attacks in traditional Muay Thai, especially if the judges see the kick disrupt your balance and physically move you. But in this video, Shane shares a few different options for effectively defending against front push kicks (teeps) and roundhouse kicks.
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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

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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 Front Kick

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

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.
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How to Do a Front Kick | Kickboxing Lessons

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Now, guys, we're doing the front kick in kickboxing.

There is a difference between rear leg and lead leg in regards to front kicks. Lead leg is a little bit more defensive. Rear leg is a little bit more offensive. Lead leg, it's more about stopping somebody in their path. I'm going to stop them from coming in towards me.

Rear leg is a little bit more about getting somebody away from me. First things first. You want to make sure you're not jamming your toes. It's very important that as soon as your leg comes up, your knee comes up, that your toes are pointing straight up. You do not want to jam your toes. It's going to be a very bad day. In regards to the foot, you can be on the balls of your feet, be flat-footed or it can be with your heel. Heels is going to hurt a little bit more and a little less range of motion. Next thing up, you want to be as tall as you possibly can. Bring your knee into your chest, knee to your chest first, not leg out. Knee to your chest. Then, right from here, we're pumping our arm, whichever kick we're using, we're pumping our arm and leaning back as the hip goes forward.

So, lead kick. Stop it. Coming at me. Knee up. Coming right back and right back. Now rear leg, like I said, is a little bit more powerful because it's coming from the back. It has more time to travel forward. Rear leg is the same deal. You just want to make sure, you always come back to your stance. You don't want to do this. You don't want to come up, kick, and fall forward.

Here, my knee is going to go straight up to my chest. Come right back to my stance. Lean back, toss my hips forward, squeeze my glutes. Come right back to my stance. Depending on where you kick, you can drop both hands if you go high enough. If you're not going too high, one hand. If you're going a little higher, come all the way up.

It's very important, guys, with your rear leg is that you do not fall forward. You're going to step into your opponent's range or paunch or whatever, and then make sure you come up, kick, and come right back to your stance. Your lead leg up, kick, slowly come right back to your stance. Come right back to your stance. Come right back to your stance. Come right back to your stance. Come right back to your stance. Make sure one hand stays up, unless you're going pretty high, then you can drop both hands. For the most part, one hand always is staying right up, pumping the same arm from the same leg. That's how you do a front 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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The 5 Basic Kicks In Kickboxing

This is a quick reference guide of the 5 basic kicks in kickboxing.

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