kung fu moves · 06/06/2023

Taekwondo leg and footwork combination exercises

One of the main reasons why taekwondo is widely recognized and interested is that it is the technique of the foot, which accounts for the majority of its technical movements. Feet are used for blocking, defense and offense. Many variations of the foot provide an easy way to increase balance and speed as trainers (mainly beginners). The foot technique provided in this section is intended to improve the trainer’s technical level, as the use of the foot is required to be fast and continuous in actual combat. Failure to complete foot movements in practice will result in loss of leg control and strength, as well as balance. The feet should coordinate with the agile movements of the hips and abdomen and work together to reach the goal in the same straight line.

Here are some of the combination exercises for foot techniques:

1. Side kick middle and upper section

(1) The feet are opened parallel (Figure 350).

(2) Jerk forward with your left foot in the middle of your opponent (Fig. 351).

(3) Prepare a side kick (Figure 352).

(4) Kick the opponent’s midsection with the left foot side (Fig. 353).

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(5) Prepare for another side kick (Figure 354).

(6) Kick the upper part of the opponent with the left foot (Fig. 355).

(7) Stand with your left foot down and your right L-leg and block with one forearm (Figure 356).

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2. Turn and kick the middle and upper section

(1) The beginning is homogeneous (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection with a left-foot swing (Fig. 357).

(3) Huai Bei turned body kick (Figure 358).

(4) Kick the opponent’s midsection with a left-foot turn (Fig. 359).

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(5) Prepare the turning kick again (Figure 360).

(6) Kick the upper part of the opponent with the left foot turn (Figure 361).

(7) Lower the left leg in a ready position (Figure 362).

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3. Back-hook kick side kick

(1) The beginning is homogeneous (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection with a crescent crescent with his left foot (Fig. 363).

(3) Prepare a counterhook kick (Figure 364).

(4) Kick the opponent’s upper section with a left-footed backhook (Fig. 365).

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(5) Who prepares a side kick (Figure 366).

(6) Vigorously press the opponent’s midsection with your left foot (Fig. 367).

(7) The closing trend is the same as above (Figure 368).

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4. Turn the kick and catch the reverse kick

(1) Prepare for the same potential (Figure 350).

(2) Twist and kick the opponent’s midsection with your left foot. (Figure 369).

(3) Prepare for a turning kick (Figure 370).

(4) Kick the opponent’s midsection with a left-foot turn (Figure 371).

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(5) Prepare for a reverse kick (Figure 372)

(6) Kick the upper part of the opponent with a right-foot reversal body (Figure 373).

(7) Lower your right foot facing your opponent, stand on your left L leg, and block with a hand knife (Fig. 374).

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5. Backhook kick after hook kick

(1) The beginning is homogeneous (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s lower section with his left foot downward (Fig. 375).

(3) Quasi-anti-hook kick (Figure 376).

(4) The left foot reflexively hooks the opponent’s upper section (Fig. 377).

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(5) Prepare for a back hook kick (Figure 378)

(6) Kick the opponent’s mid-back back with a strong back kick with his right foot (Fig. 379)

(7) The closing trend is the same as above (Figure 380).

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6. Side button counter-hook kick

(1) The beginning is homogeneous (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection with a crescent crescent with his left foot (Fig. 381).

(3) Prepare for a strong side pedal (Figure 382).

(4) Kick the opponent’s midsection with your left foot (Fig. 383).

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(5) Prepare a backhook kick (Figure 384).

(6) Kick the opponent’s upper section with a right-foot backhook (Fig. 385)

(7) The closing trend is the same as above (Figure 386).

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7. Jump up before kicking and then side kicking

(1) The two feet are opened parallel (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection forward with your left foot (Fig. 387).

(3) Prepare for a kick before taking off (Figure 388).

(4) After jumping, kick the opponent forward with his right foot (Figure 389).

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(5) Fall where the opponent is standing, and then prepare for a side kick (Figure 390).

(6) Kick the opponent’s midsection with the right foot (Fig. 391).

(7) Drop your right foot on the opponent’s original position, stand on your left L leg, and block with your forearm defense (Fig. 392).

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8. Jump up the crescent crescent kick and catch the counter-hook kick

(1) The beginning is homogeneous (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection with his left foot along the crescent-shaped lone line (Fig. 393).

(3) Prepare for a crescent-shaped kick (Figure 394).

(4) After jumping, use your right foot as a crescent-shaped kick (Fig. 395).

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(5) Fall where the opponent is in place, and then prepare a counter-hook kick (Figure 396).

(6) Kick the opponent’s upper section with a right-footed counterhook (Fig. 397).

(7) The end trend is the same as the previous trend (Figure 398).

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9. Jump swing kick and turn body kick

(1) Prepare for the same potential (Figure 350).

(2) Twist and kick the opponent’s midsection with your left foot (Fig. 399).

(3) Prepare for the jump swing kick (Figure 400).

(4) Jump up and kick the opponent with your right foot (Figure 401).

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(5) Fall in the opponent’s original position, ready to turn and kick (Figure 402)

(6) Kick the opponent’s upper section with a right-foot turn (Fig. 403)

(7) The closing trend is the same as above (Figure 404).

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10. Left swing kick followed by left turn body kick

(1) Prepare for the same potential (Figure 350).

(2) Kick the opponent’s midsection with the left foot forward (Fig. 405).

(3) Prepare for swinging kicks (Figure 406).

(4) Kick the opponent’s midsection with his left foot outward (Figure 407).

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(5) Prepare for a turning kick (Figure 408).

(6) Turn the left foot and kick the upper part of the opponent (Figure 409).

(7) Lower your left foot in the opponent’s original position, stand on your right L leg, and block with your left forearm (Fig. 410).

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11. Jump up and turn the body kick and pick up the reverse kick

(1) Prepare for the same potential (Figure 350).

(2) Jerk forward with your left foot against the middle of the opponent (Figure 411).

(3) Prepare for the jump as a turning kick (Figure 412).

(4) Kick the opponent with the right foot after jumping up (Figure 413).

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(5) Fall on the opponent’s original position and then prepare to reverse the body kick (Figure 114).

(6) Use the left foot as a reverse body to kick the opponent’s upper section (Fig. 415)

(7) The closing trend is the same as above (Figure 416).

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12. Jump up and kick and kick side

(1) Prepare for the same potential (Figure 350).

(2) Jerk forward with your left foot on the middle of the opponent (Figure 417).

(3) Prepare for a side kick (Figure 418).

(4) After jumping, kick the opponent sideways with his right foot (Fig. 419).

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(5) Prepare the side kick after landing (Figure 420),

(6) Kick the opponent’s midsection with his right foot (Fig. 421).

(7) Drop your right foot on your opponent’s original position, stand on your left L-leg, and block with a hand knife (Fig. 422).

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