Perfect kicking form - Gedan, Chuudan, Joudan
Sorry for two threads so soon, this is a totally different question. As I can only go to my dojo a maximum of twice a week (only one some weeks) the majority of my training will be self-study.
My question here is perfect kicking form. The 'art' in martial arts can be seen in the kata as well as perfectly executed moves in kumite. Further more, perfect form is far more powerful and efficient than an imperfect kick (obviously). What are some tips to remember for all three tiers of kicks?
Turning the foot, hip placement, etc. I really just need some mental tips to keep in mind while I practice my kicks. Does anyone have a link or maybe a video? I've searched but haven't *really* found what I'm looking for (maybe I'm searching wrong)
Edit: Also, if possible, proper kneeing technique. I'll be sure to ask my sensei all of this, but in the short hour and a half class I have, sometimes I can't get it all and would be grateful to have something to watch while I train alone.
Last edited by Chrispayneable; 08-08-2012 at 11:52 PM.