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How To Do A Flying or Jumping Side Kick - Martial Arts Kicking Technique
This page provides details on how to perform a martial arts flying side kick or jumping side kick. This is an advanced version of the traditional side kick. The flying side kick (or the jumping side kick) is a fun and dramatic martial arts kick but not overly useful in a martial arts fight. It is mainly used for demonstration kicks, breaking techniques and in martial arts movies.
04/08/15 - Nathan has started to add some instructions for Bruce Lee's famous Wing Chun One Inch Punch. If there are any Wing Chun students who would like to help, we would love to get your perspective & tips on this punch.
04/08/15 - We are still working on the Marine Corps Martial Arts section. We hope to have all of the instructions for the tan belt techniques (i.e. Leg Sweep) finished in the next week or two.
04/07/15 - Since people liked last month's addition of sections focused on the foreign language names of body parts (i.e. Karate - Names of Body Parts), we are adding a few more similar pages… such as Kung Fu - Names of Body Parts (Mandarin). We hope to get up a Cantonese version by this weekend. If you are a master of the Chinese language, please feel free to add to these pages.
04/02/15 - Andy has created a page focused on the Kusarigama (a traditional Japanese sickle & chain weapon). He also added to this page one of the coolest videos that I have seen in a long time. It is an amazing demonstration of the Kusarigama versus a sword. Moreover, the demonstration "victim" is incredible… he doesn't even blink when he is getting bonked on the head! :)
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