Among the many techniques of Jeet Kune Do, the most effective kick is a side kick that is superior to the opponent. It’s a combination of speed and power. A sharp side kick is the most powerful blow in hand-to-hand combat.
Jeet Kune Do side kicks attack the following areas: head, chest ribs, abdomen, knees, tibia, kidneys, etc.
Compiled a set of Jeet Kune Do side kick combination moves to share with everyone.
This is a sequel to Jeet Kune Do Kick, a simple and concealed and extremely tricky fighting kick, specializing in the enemy’s head, neck, ribs and abdomen.
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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.
1. Kick the knee on the side of the slide
In the confrontation between the enemy and ourselves (Figure 1-1), our side took advantage of the enemy’s lack of concentration or attention on the upper plate, quickly slid forward with both feet and stepped forward, and then quickly kicked the enemy’s front leg and knee with a low left leg side kick, injuring him (Fig. 1-2).
Second, forehand feint + side kick
Our left fighting style stands, and the enemy stands in right fighting style, and the two sides face each other (Figure 2-1). We take half a step forward with our left foot while feigning an attack on the enemy’s face with a jab with our left hand, drawing the enemy’s defensive attention to the upper set (Fig. 2-2). Immediately afterwards, we stepped forward with our right foot, and then quickly kicked the enemy’s right knee with a low left leg side kick, injuring him (Figures 2-3).
Third, hook and kick head + side kick ribs
Our left fighting style and the enemy’s right fighting style standing, and the two sides face each other (Figure 3-1). We step forward with our right foot and then kick the enemy in the head with our high left leg, forcing the enemy to block the defense with his right arm to expose his chest and ribs (Figure 3-2). Taking advantage of the emptiness of the enemy’s chest and ribs, our left leg quickly retracted but did not land on the ground, and then changed to a mid-position left leg side kick and kicked the enemy’s chest and ribs violently, defeating the enemy (Figure 3-3).
4. Side kick blocking + straight boxing surface
Our left fighting style stands, and the enemy stands in right fighting style, and the two sides face each other (Figure 4-1). When we sense that the enemy is about to move forward, we quickly kick and kick the enemy’s right knee with our low left leg to block the enemy’s advance (Figure 4-2). Immediately afterwards, our side took advantage of the enemy’s attention to move down to cross the knee, and while quickly falling forward with the left foot, we slammed the enemy’s face with our left straight fist to defeat the enemy (Figure 4-3).
5. Side kick knee + spin kick
Our left fighting style and the enemy’s right fighting style standing against each other (Figure 5-1). We took the initiative to attack, stepped forward with our right foot, and then quickly hit the enemy’s right knee with a low left leg side kick (Figure 5-2). Immediately afterwards, taking advantage of the enemy’s defensive attention to cross the knee, our left foot quickly landed on the ground, using the left leg as a support leg, the body quickly rotated to the right and backward, and attacked the enemy’s head with a high right-handed kick, severely damaging the enemy (Figure 5-3).