Flying or Jumping Side Kick

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Flying or Jumping Side Kick

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. To learn about other martial arts kicks, please visit our main kicking techniques page.

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YouTube Instructional Video on the Flying Side Kick

YouTube Instructional Video on the Jumping Side Kick


YouTube Instructional Video on the Taekwondo Flying Side Kick

References

  1. TaekwondoAnimals.com. Taekwondo Kicks, http://www.taekwondoanimals.com/taekwondo-kicks.asp, Added - 5/10/13



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