Cung Le Created this Kick Training Tutorial to Make you into a Badass
Cung Le, the master of kicks takes us through a quick drill to build speed, agility and quickness with kicks. In either case, Kick Training conditions the body to perform like an athlete.
Overall, the foundation of any martial arts is athleticism. Conditioning drills such as this will develop strength, endurance, flexibility, hand eye coordination, stability, coordination, balance, dexterity, cardio, and power.
I fear not the man who has practiced 10000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10000 times. – Bruce Lee
Here is Cung Le’s guide through his Kick Training tutorial
In the first place, you do not need bags to practice these kicks. All in all, these exercises can be performed in your living room. Usually it is a good idea to clear up some space, and move some furniture around before you start.
Start with 1 kick each and remember to work both sides. Generally speaking you want to work your way up to 10 kicks per side for each kick. After you have hit 10 kicks per side, begin counting back down to 1.
Not only can you practice the kicks in the video, but you can also add in your own kicks. Furthermore the kicks are as follows
Roundhouse, Sidekick, Wheel Kick, Low Kick, Spinning Back Kick
Strengthening the legs with Kick Training is smart. Martial practices have many benefits
Not to mention, martial conditioning trains all five elements of fitness within a 25 – 45 minute session.
Martial exercises are efficient, saving you time and money. Overall, the CDC recommends you get four sessions of anaerobic and four sessions of aerobic training every week.
In either case, that means you are going to be spending a lot of time in a gym. All in all the major benefit of martial training is the time it can save you.
Additionally here is another kick training, leg conditioning exercise you can practice in your living room.
Straight Kicks from Wing Chun and Jeet Kune Do