Moves That You Can Use After ClassMoves You Can Use
Here are the main moves of Kickboxing:
Just for Kicks:
Stand with feet shoulders' width apart. Bend your knees slightly, and pull your right knee up toward your chest using your abdominal, leading with the hip. Point your knee in the direction of an imaginary target. Then, kick out with the ball of your foot. Do not straighten the knee completely, stop just short of straight and prevent injury. Repeat with your other leg.
Start with the right side of your body facing a target. Step and point the back of your left heel towards target, lift right leg slightly bent approx hip high. Straighten leg and hit target with heel. Do not extend leg completely to avoid injury Repeat with your other leg.
Look over right shoulder, lift right leg bending knee, extend leg back and strike target with the heel of your foot, do not extend leg fully to avoid injury.
The hardest kick of the four. Stand with the right side of your body facing an imaginary target with your knees bent and your feet shoulders' width apart. Lift your right knee, pointing it just to the left of the target and pivoting your body toward the same direction. Kick with your right leg, hitting your target with the outside of your foot and you move in an "arc" from left to right with your right leg, repeat on other side. Make sure your legs are warmed up only kick within Your range of motion or you could risk injury.
Getting the "punch"
Feet hips width, knees soft. Block position (fist guarding face). Pivot right foot, heel lifted at same time as throw jab straight out, pointing shoulder at target, do not extend elbow fully, stop just short of full extension, repeat on left, keeping block steady.
Feet hips width, knees soft. Block position with fists. Pivot right foot, bring fist around and hit on right side, using body to add power, keeping block with left fist, repeat on left side.
Feet hips width, knees soft. Block position with fists. Drop shoulder and fist down and "pop" up to hit target under the chin keeping block in position. Make sure and engage the core abdominal as you thrust up.
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