How To Do A 540 Roundhouse Kick - Martial Arts Kicking Technique

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How To Do A 540 Roundhouse Kick - Martial Arts Kicking Technique

This page provides details on how to do a 540 roundhouse kick. This kick is an advanced version of the traditional roundhouse kick. 540 degree kicks are spectacular spinning kicks. They are great for kicking demonstrations and breaking techniques but less practical for self-defense.

For more instructions on different martial arts kicks, please visit our main kicking techniques page.


  • Members - Please add written step-by-step instructions here.
  • The 540 Roundhouse Kick is a more advanced version of the Tornado Kick because you have rotate more with the 540 kick.

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