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#425635 - 03/03/10 03:08 PM Footwork and Kicking
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How footwork and kicking in JunFan/JKD could be developed to the fine edge? What is better for begginers? to learn perfect form by isolated movements or by dynamic application with a partner and combination kicking to kicking shield? Sorry for my grammar.
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#425803 - 03/12/10 10:21 AM Re: Footwork and Kicking [Re: LifesFist]
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Form before function always. If a student cant perform the action properly theres no reason to drill further, or you can create bad habits for him. And seperate drills to supplement footwork is always good practice
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#425823 - 03/13/10 11:37 AM Re: Footwork and Kicking [Re: Chen Zen]
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Another good waypoint from You, Your experience really helps, I have good understanding of logic behind techniques, a feel of their essence, but sometimes I still feel some uncertainty because of lack of experience in teaching.
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#425853 - 03/16/10 10:18 AM Re: Footwork and Kicking [Re: LifesFist]
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We train for technique first. Once our students have picked up the technique, we add-on to the basic drills with things like distance, timing and interception.

Heres one way we teach people lead kicks.

1st - Stand on one leg with your lead leg raised. Practice kicking a pad from this position, ensuring torque is generated from the hip.
2nd - Add in the "slide shuffle" footwork to the first drill.
3rd - Spar it with a partner.

If you didn't quite understand my example head over to the wednesday night group website and check out jeremy lynch - there is really good video of him demonstrating the lead hook kick there using the above method. And Jeremy has some of the best legs i've seen.
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#425891 - 03/17/10 06:01 PM Re: Footwork and Kicking [Re: LifesFist]
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One thing about teaching is that you often learn as much or more from teaching than you did from learning the material when you were a student. When teaching your students, you have an opportunity to see the material from a third person perspective and this will allow you to notice certain elements, like the strengths and weaknesses of a technique or position.
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