Learn How To Improve Your Taekwondo Kicking Speed

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Learn How To Improve Your Taekwondo Kicking Speed

This section will show you how to improve your Taekwondo kicking speed. Faster kicking speed will allow you to launch more attacks or counter attacks in a given time period and thus score more points than your Taekwondo sparring opponent.

For more speed drills, please visit the main Martial Arts Speed Training section. If you are looking for more powerful punches and kicks, visit the Strength Training and Conditioning sections.

Video Instructions for Improved Taekwondo Kicking Speed

References

  1. Taekwondo Animals, Taekwondo Speed Training, http://www.taekwondoanimals.com/taekwondo-speed.asp, Added - 12/5/13


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