Learn Karate's Mae Geri or Front Kick

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Learn Karate's Mae Geri or Front Kick

This page provide details on how to do a Mae Geri or Karate front kick. While a Mae Geri (front kick) is a very basic kick, it is useful for self-defense situations such as kicking an opponent in the groin.

For additional Karate kicking techniques, visit our main Karate kicks page. To see how front kicks are taught by other martial arts styles, please visit our main kicking techniques page.

Shotokan Karate Instructional Video on Mae Geri (Front Kicks)

Kawaga Sensei Demonstrating Mae Geri (Front Kicks)

Kawaga Karate - Mae Geri (Front Kicks)

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