The Jeet Kune Do Swing Kick is a compensatory attack leg method that moves in an arcing route. The leg swing, like the long-range backhand swing in the technique, is generally only used to deliver a devastating final blow to the opponent.
In Jeet Kune Do, the swing leg can attack the upper, middle and lower plates. The focus is mostly from the instep of the foot to the middle of the tibia, and it can also be kicked with the toe or forefoot of the foot.
The following “Kung Fu Martial Arts Cool” will share the practical use of Jeet Kune Do.
This is a sequel to the Jeet Kune Do spinning kick, the upper can kick the head, the middle can hit the ribs, the lower can sweep the knee, and the unexpected counterattack weapon.
In the following icons, the person wearing the Chinese shirt is us, and the person with the shirt tied inside the belt is the enemy.
First, the forehand is shaking + swinging the leg and kicking the head
The two sides face each other, with our left fighting standing and the enemy standing in the right fighting style (Figure 1-1). We suddenly stepped forward to the left and struck him in the face with a left jab punch; The enemy leans back to dodge (Figure 1-2). Constantly moving upwards, our side quickly retracted our left fist, and at the same time twisted to the left, kicking the enemy in the head with a high right swing leg, and kicking the enemy down with heavy damage (Figures 1-3).
Second, swing legs and kick knees + side kicks and kick the abdomen
The two sides faced each other, with our left fighting style standing and the enemy standing in the right fighting style (Figure 2-1). We take a small step forward with our left foot, then twist to the left and kick the inside of the enemy’s right knee with a low right swing (Fig. 2-2). Regardless of whether we hit or not, our right foot quickly falls, followed by a forward step with the left foot, and then kicks the enemy in the abdomen with the right kick to defeat the enemy (Figure 2-3).
Third, the front leg kicks the knees + the back swings the legs and kicks the abdomen
The two sides faced each other, with our left fighting style standing and the enemy standing in the right fighting style (Figure 2-1). Our front hand attacked the enemy’s front with a straight fist; The enemy uses his right hand to slap inward and downward to block the defense (Figure 2-2). The upward movement is non-stop, and our side takes advantage of the enemy’s defensive attention to the upper set, and kicks the enemy’s right knee (2-3) before. Then, taking advantage of the pain in the enemy’s right knee and focusing on the lower plate, our side quickly kicked the abdomen of the enemy’s middle disc with the right hind swing leg, defeating the enemy (Figures 2-4).