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Vancouver kickboxing coach Ritchie Yip explains the importance of foot positioning when it comes to the follow through and power of the hook kick. Kickboxing students need to turn their planted foot so that the heel points to the target. … Continue reading
Vancouver kickboxing instructor teaches the importance of reach and extension when executing the hook kick. Kickboxing students often keep their hip behind the heel of the planted foot as they’re throwing a hook kick. This is a mistake. To maximize … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing coach talks about properly turning your foot over while executing the hook kick. When executing the hook kick, many kickboxing students simply elevate their kicking leg straight up. This is a mistake. Kickboxing students need to lift and … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing instructor talks about proper foot positioning for the hook kick. Whenever you’re executing a hook kick, your knees need to be out and up. Many kickboxing students drop their knees and turn their knees in as they kick. … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing coach shows a common mistake with the hook kick. Many kickboxing students attempt to do the hook kick in two segregated parts. Kickboxing students will first lift the knee; and then, secondly, extend the leg. As an initiatial … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing instructor teaches the proper hip positioning for a hook kick. For the hook kick to have follow through and power, kickboxing students need to turn their hip so that their training partner can see their butt. InFighting MMA … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing instructor Ritchie Yip shows how to develop coordination, hand speed and timing with this highly advanced focus mitt drill. This focus mitt drill will help kickboxing and boxing students to develop cardiovascular endurance along with muscular endurance all … Continue reading
Kickboxing students when executing a hook kick typically keep their head up right. This is a mistake. When doing a kick, the head must tilt back as the kicking leg raises. This of a seesaw. Kickboxing students make the mistake … Continue reading
Kickboxing students as they execute the hook kick, fail to realize the importance of keeping their hands up to protect against possible counter attacks. Kickboxing students with drop their hands in an attempt to increase the power of their kicks. … Continue reading
Vancouver Kickboxing instructor Ritchie Yip demonstrates a highly advanced focus mitt drill to enhance hand speed timing and coordination. Kickboxing students often see focus mitt holding as simply a moment when they can rest their arms and let their training … Continue reading