Martial Arts Training & Fitness : Back Kick for Martial Arts Fitness

Martial Arts Training & Fitness : Back Kick for Martial Arts Fitness


Next we’re going to do a back kick, which
is just like it sounds, the kick going straight back. I added some 5 pound ankle weights if
you want to get more of a workout. You’re going to hold the desk or something that is
sturdy and that can support you so you don’t fall over. You’re going to pick up your knee
and put it right by the other knee. You’re going to look behind you, always look behind
you, because anybody walking up behind you or any target you need to see where it is.
You’re going to kick and then put it down. I’m going to do it slow. If you’re not that
flexible, you can just do it straight back like that. See my foot? You want your foot
to be this way. If it’s this way, it’s a side kick. This is a back kick. So you’re going
to lift your knee, look behind you, shoot your kick up, and put it down. Why don’t you
do 15 on one side, and then when you’re done you’re doing to do the other side. Same thing.
You’re going to lift your knee up, look behind you, shoot it up, and put it down. One more
time. You’re going to look behind you, shoot it up, put it down.

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3 thoughts on “Martial Arts Training & Fitness : Back Kick for Martial Arts Fitness”

  • WHY, for god sake, are you kicking SOOO HIGH? If that kick should be for martial arts, is essential to kick straight behind you(into opponents stomach)
    I don't say you mustn't kick to a groin or to the head but if so, the kick's not enough effective

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