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How to Properly Perform Kick for Self-Defense
 

How to Properly Perform Kick for Self-Defense

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    How to Properly Perform Kick for Self-Defense How to Properly Perform Kick for Self-Defense Presentation Transcript

    • Chinese Kenpo Kicks How to properly perform kicks for defense.
    • What is Chinese Kenpo?
      • Kenpo is a street fighting self defense system. It utilizes powerful linear moves with circular flowing techniques and takedowns that blend with continuity. It is known for quick strikes and effective close range fighting, which makes it the "hard-soft" style it is called.
      • -www.chinesekenpo.net
    • Procedural Objectives
      • Kicks
      • Front
      • Back
      • Roundhouse
      • Side
      • Hook
      • Execution time:
      • 1-6 seconds per kick
      • Principles
      • Pivoting
      • Knee position
      • Balance
      • Delivery Method:
      • Instructor led training
      • Instructional method:
      • Practice/Drills/Repetition
      • 1 hour conditioning class per week
      • Instructional Media: Video
      • Required Materials:
      • Loose, comfortable legwear or martial arts uniform (Gi)
    • Pivoting the base leg
      • Turning the base foot is important because:
      • it opens the hips in order for the kick to extend towards the target
      • it maintains posture of the kick
      • it prevents the hips from getting injured.
    • Knee position Knee position allows the foot to quickly snap the kick from the knee .
    • Balance
      • Back straight
      • Hands in fighting position. Rear hand by chin
      • Weight on supporting leg
    • Front kick
      • Steps
      • Turn feet forward
      • Pivot the base leg 45º outward.
      • Bring the back leg to knee position.
      • Snap kick from knee and hit with the ball of the foot to the target.
      • Return leg to knee position.
      • Return kicking leg back to fighting stance.
    • Back kick
      • Steps
      • Turn feet forward
      • Pivot base leg 45 ˚ outward.
      • Bring back leg to knee position
      • Snap kick from the knee backwards toward target while looking over the shoulder of the kicking leg.
      • Return leg to knee position.
      • Return kicking leg back to fighting stance.
    • Round Kick
      • Steps
      • Turn feet forward
      • Pivot the base leg 170º-180º outward.
      • Bring the back leg to knee position.
      • Snap kick from knee and hit with the instep of the foot to the target.
      • Return leg to knee position.
      • Return kicking leg back to fighting stance.
    • Side Kick
      • Steps
      • Turn feet forward
      • Pivot the base leg 170º-180º outward.
      • Bring back leg to knee position tucking the knee into the chest
      • Snap kick from the knee and strike with a stomping motion towards the target.
      • Return leg to knee position.
      • Return kicking leg back to fighting stance.
    • Hook Kick
      • Steps
      • Turn feet forward
      • Pivot the base leg 170º-180º outward.
      • Bring the back leg to knee position.
      • Extend leg out and whip the bottom of the foot across the target in a hooking motion.
      • Return leg to knee position.
      • Return kicking leg back to fighting stance.
    • Guided practice
      • With a partner, without making contact, kick back and forth towards the knee, stomach or the head.
    • Performance Assessment
      • Panel of judges
      • Scoring determined by 10 point scale
      10 8.5 10 9 9 10 9 10 10 10 EXAMPLE 95.5
    • Thank You and Train Hard!