Hook kicks off the front leg can be tricky, the best way to achieve this is to ensure you start in a side on position. When you do the hook kick with your rear leg, think of it in two stages: 1) Turning into a side on position with your rear leg in front › Read more
  When you perform the axe kick remember to keep a straight leg and lean back away from a potential strike. Then come down with your heel on the target. Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online training platform, WarriorNet (www.warrioracademy.co.uk/warriornet). › Read more
  It’s all about timing when it comes to the back side kick! Practice slowly with your back and then build up speed until you can land it every time! Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online training platform, WarriorNet (www.warrioracademy.co.uk/warriornet). › Read more
  Don’t rush this one, keep it safe and look after your partner. Learn to defend from a double handed shirt grab and take your opponent to ground while keeping control throughout. TIP: Stay close to your partner as you do this, big gaps leave an opportunity for your partner to escape. + TIP: You › Read more
  A great sparring drill utilising 3 effective techniques that are aimed at different sections on the target (high and low). Take it in turns doing this drill! Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online training platform, WarriorNet (www.warrioracademy.co.uk/warriornet). Warrior net › Read more
    Another excellent clinch trip! It’s all about timing! Wait your that knee to come up and simply tap the front foot to put your opponent off balance. Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online training platform, WarriorNet (www.warrioracademy.co.uk/warriornet). Warrior › Read more
  A technique I use a lot in clinching, the arm trap stops your opponent from getting control, with one arm down it’s easier for you to perform strikes or take them off balance. Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online › Read more
  In this spinning elbow technique you are not bringing your foot with you as you turn, instead you are leaning over your shoulder and returning to your normal fighting position. Have a go doing this and try to look at your target before you strike. Students who come to our martial arts classes in › Read more
  Inner and outer crescent kicks are explained in this video. You are striking with the outside of your foot. A great way to take away the opponents guard! Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online training platform, WarriorNet (www.warrioracademy.co.uk/warriornet). Warrior › Read more
  It doesn’t always go to plan. Here’s what happens if you film too many instructional videos in one day. › Read more
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  It doesn’t always go to plan. Here’s what happens if you film too many instructional videos in one day.
  An awesome defensive technique to keep your opponent away in sparring, it doubles up as a brilliant board breaking technique. Remember to kick with the bottom of your foot, pushing through the target. It’s part of your Green Belt Combination! Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here
  When you become an advanced student and your opponent is used to trips and throws from the clinch you will have to disguise each technique you do. This clinch trip provokes a knee strike, dummies the front leg to hop from a potential trip so that it lands at the same time as the
  I love this setup. It’s simple and effective and sets up the jump reverse turning kick perfectly. Take your time with it and try to get that spin over the top of your knee as you come around for the last kick. Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset
  Required: Matted Flooring and an adult present! Take your time to learn the steps of this technique, gradually, once you know you can perform it safely you can add some speed into it. Students who come to our martial arts classes in Wiltshire and Somerset (found here www.warrioracademy.co.uk/clubs) are encouraged to use our online
  The jumping back sidekick is all about getting that big jump using your explosive power (from practicing hundreds of squat jumps). Once you are in the air you need a good amount of rotation speed so you can fully extend your kicking leg before you land on the floor again. How does your foot

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