Kickboxing Training Techniques

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Kickboxing training techniques can help you master the sport in no-time. Learn about kickboxing training techniques with help from a kickboxing expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Kru Rocky Browning, out of Tiger King Muay Thai, and this is Dan Champa. We're going to go over muay thai kickboxing training techniques. Alright, the drill we're going to go over, we call in our gym, the four drill. It's your basic cardio/endurance drill. it's going to teach you how to fire repetitive strikes cleaning and efficiently, as quickly as you can, while keeping technique. the first four strikes, it's going to be four strikes in unison. Upstairs, just punches. It's going to be four straight punches. So, one, two, three, four. Soon as he's finished with those four techniques, he's going to drop down and throw four round kicks. Soon as he's finished with those four techniques, we're going to switch and do the opposite side. As soon as those are finished, he's going to clinch up, and do four knees. Notice that he makes sure he pushes me out at the exit of that. Instead of just getting in the bad habit of letting go of your opponent after you knee him, you want to make sure you push him out, so you can, you know, continue with a counter strike, or a strike afterwards. Again, one more time, together, it's going to be. And, when you guys are doing the four drill, you guys can get creative, and throw it in as many different intervals as you can doing it. We prefer to do it in a pyramid style. In other words, you do it five times in unison, four times in unison, three times, then two, then one, then you get a short break. Then you do it in four intervals, then a break, three, and so on and so forth on down the line. You can do it any kind of interval you guys decide you want to do.


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