- Одноимённой или разноименной ногой.
- Стараемся промежуток между первым и вторым ударом - свести к минимуму.
- Когда меня бьют, я не знаю какая именно нога полетит в голову - поэтому учусь видеть, чувствовать и реагировать подставкой руками.
- Удары по ногам воспринимаем как набивку!
- Отлично начинать работу в парах с этого упражнения, заставляет собраться, взбодриться и разбросать ноги👍
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🔄360 Roundhouse Progression🔄
I’m sure there are multiple ways to teach this, this is just how I seem to break down the kick.
Slide 1: Simple turn with your non kicking leg and landing in front. This is real basic but it’s actually really important to get comfortable spinning/turning. Because this kick is a lot about posture and timing which won’t happen without proper balance.
Slide 2: Pretty much the same thing as previous slide but with the knee lift. And just note you should ideally be spinning on the ball of your foot. (I’m pretty flat footed but most of my weight is shifted on the balls of my feet, it’s also a lot harder going slow for me lol). Slide 3: This is probably the step where you should spend the most time at. Once you get this down it’s like 90% of the way there. You should be progressively turning faster. Note that to make the kick more smooth, your non-kicking leading knee should be slightly pointed outward to open up your hips for your kicking knee. Your kicking knee should be pointing almost perpendicular to the direction of the target. You generate the most power by impacting straight on the target. If your kick angles upward then you know your knees and hip aren’t turned over enough. (Also note I’m very heavy footed as well which I’m trying to work on, so some advice on that would be appreciated lol)
Slide 4: Then you just extend your leg and kick going off of step 3. If you look at my feet, I pre-turn so that my front heel is almost facing towards the target. This is because there’s just too much friction for a complete 360 pivot and the less of a turn you make, the faster and more direct the kick will be. The most important thing that I focus on is the head turn (notice I’m using turn and not spin). You want to have vision of the target for as long as possible and so you shouldn’t lose sight for more than a blink of an eye. It will also reduce dizziness. You should virtually only see in front of you and nothing in between.
For general speed and power advice: Head turn, knee positions, and your pivot foot probably play the biggest factor. Hope this helps everyone, it’s a bit wordy so I’ll leave it at that!
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