Discussion in 'Tae Kwon Do' started by neryo_tkd, Oct 10, 2003.
hey u tkd addicts
what is ur favorite kick?
Spin Kick for sure. All my knock-down hit are spin kicks.
Depends for what....
But i really like spinning, really really like spin jump kicks
I probably like the step-in reverse rounhouse the most, complete satisfaction when that connects....
Reverse side kick for sure,comes in handy for all sorts of situations.
A taijutsu man myself, i love the x-step side-kick
i use round the most, but my favorite kick to throw would be either the tornado kick or 360 round house
A step back ,jump dwi chagi(back kick). good defence kick.
Any one that makes contact.
No i remembered my favourite kick, but im not sure what everyone calls it.
We call it a "Pit Kick", where you bring your front leg up bent and snap it out and down like an axe kick.
Very good attack and counter-attack move, i get about 70% of my headshots with this kick.
Outside cresent for sure. Puts a little bit of space between that person and me. Also sets me up for a combo of kicks.
sliding (#3) Spin hook kick. (not perfected as yet, but still very effective)
Front thrust kick, works the most for me.
If i understood u properly, it could be the kick that in TKD is called neryo chagi. I adore that kick. I did 80% of the KOs at competitions with that kick. You can do it in many different versions. it doesn't have to be ur front leg though.
In K-1 the kick is known as Andy Hug kick.
Mine is definitly the dragon kick or the spin kick!1
Tornado kick for sure...although I do like a surprise inside-outside cresent up close and personal.
180 hook all the way man. right to the temple for a clean KO
Hey beth are you from Mississauga and do you go to Jong park!
Hey Jackie, whats a dragon kick??????
A dragon kick is a kick we use in Kung Fu. Its a jumping kick in the air but both of your feet are in a kicking form, but your leading foot kicks, look at the attachment, theres a picture.Sorry its so big!
No idea what dragon kick is, but looks like a flying side, or jump roundhouse with front leg.
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