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Apr
19
comment How does one train for a spinning reverse kick?
Wow, that's awesome. Thanks for the tips :)
Apr
16
comment How does one train for a spinning reverse kick?
Hopping and jumping is easy for me because these are direct motions. Spinning is difficult. I can't really spin well. Can you elaborate on that part please? Thanks.
Apr
16
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Apr
16
comment How does one train for a spinning reverse kick?
The spinning part is really hard for me as I don't have any background in dancing. There is always the fear of falling or tripping over. Can't get past that stage.
Apr
16
accepted How does one train for a spinning reverse kick?
Apr
14
asked How does one train for a spinning reverse kick?
Jul
27
comment How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
@harmlessdragon, in the Fight Science episode, they measure both speed and force separately. But they never show how these measurements are correlated to the damage one can cause. Using physics, which parameter should we look at? Velocity? Momentum? Impulse? Force? Pressure? Energy? Or Power?
Jul
27
awarded  Student
Jul
26
comment How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
It could be due to my wrong perception about power. Because I have this misconception that the amount of swing I can produce on a punching bag is equivalent to the power I can generate.
Jul
26
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Jul
26
comment How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
Yes, I agree, the comparison is a bit unfair in that the former is used more for pushing. If displacement of the target is not a measure of power, how does one compare the power generated by the two different kicks?
Jul
26
comment How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
I thought the terms used are quite universal, didn't know a turning kick can also be called a round kick. Yes, for turning kick or round kick, my foot rotates all the way back exactly like what you mentioned. Have you tried kicking a punching bag to compare the swing produce by the two kicks?
Jul
26
comment How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
@Dungarth, I was taught to use the instep as the contact point for front kick initially. But for some reason, this was changed to the ball of the foot. Hence, the pushing instead of snapping. This could be the reason for the larger displacement caused by my front kick. I thought a larger displacement equals to greater damage. Thanks for enlightening me :)
Jul
26
asked How to deliver more power to my turning kick?
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