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How and where do you kick your opponents?

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Posted 12/10/09 , edited 12/11/09
The back or kneel down and do a 360 degree spin with my legs straight and kick the person's legs so they will trip.
lol, well im not sure can i really do that XD.
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Posted 12/10/09 , edited 12/11/09
i will use my elbow to poke my opponent's stomach..since its a weak part...and then probably give a high kick and punch in the face, and if he/she is down..i will put my feet on my opponent's neck...and put pressure on that so the opponent can't breath ^o^ oh and put my other leg on his/her feet >3< im kinda overprotective of myself >3< and i never learn martial arts except kendo~ mostly i would umm practice myself ...high kicks..low kicks...my punches and lift weights when im free...hehe...and run for 1 hour almost everyday >3< got 2 keep myself healthy @[email protected] *health freak* hehe
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i prefer going for take downs. wrestling ftw.
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26 / F / Australia
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Posted 12/10/09 , edited 12/11/09
Back of the knee usually, makes them buckle, or the stomach. O.o
I only threaten to kick a male in the crotch, that's enough to stop them from doing whatever they were doing to provoke a kick haha.
Posted 12/10/09 , edited 12/11/09
new age fighting is with bullets.... but i prefer Brazilian jujitsu
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
Roundhouse kick to the groin,anal or even the torsos
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
Low(Leg), middle(torso) and high(head) Reverse roundhouse kicks performed in succession.
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28 / M / Vancouver, B.C.
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
How do I kick "opponents": By kicking the shit out of them.

Where do I kick "opponents": Usually somewhere in the colon/anal sphincter area. Rinse and repeat until feces is ejected out of the body.
Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
Depends on who im fighting. Any normal person I can pretty much just jab in the face while backing up to take them down. But if the person is trained in fighting and it is a all goes fight, I will either

A: IF they are faster than me and skilled, I will tackle them by grabbing their legs and bring it to the ground and and constantly strike the chest to knock the wind out of them.

B: If he is big and it is the "In your face, who will make first move contests", I will always take the initiative and strike them with my elbow. If it is someone who knows how I fight already, I may just start by faking a hook with one hand, then pull out and strike them with a straight on my other hand.

Also, FYI, everyone saying roundhouse kicks obviously wouldnt be able to defend themselves if a guy in a wheelchair attacked the... If you do a roundhouse kick, you are effectivly taking almost ALL of the power out of the kick. Roundhouse kicks are flashy and look cool, thats all, but very innefective damage wise. Just do a normal side kick, and make sure to lead the kick with your dominant arm or you will end up falling on your ass.
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30 / M / Dallas, TX
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
the way i was taught how to kick is to put your hip into the kick and spin on the tip of the foot on the ground. i am not good with high kicks (head high), i usually aim for the knee joint or the rib section.
I rarely kick to the mid section though, so many things can go wrong, even with your full body weight and power of the kick. so if i strike the mid section its with my fists or knee's.
Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09

alox wrote:

the way i was taught how to kick is to put your hip into the kick and spin on the tip of the foot on the ground. i am not good with high kicks (head high), i usually aim for the knee joint or the rib section.


You half to guide your arm into the kick as well for balance and interia. The arm extended has to basically lead the kick and your hips in the same motion 1 step ahead so your body adjusts to the kick and it will be effective.

Say you kick with your right leg, then your left leg will be tip foot on ground, while your right arm is punching to help guide the motion of your right leg. The second you finish the kick, you thrust the leading arm back to help regain posture.
Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
An ordinary punch on the face xDD
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30 / M / Dallas, TX
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09

varnlestoff wrote:
Also, FYI, everyone saying roundhouse kicks obviously wouldnt be able to defend themselves if a guy in a wheelchair attacked the... If you do a roundhouse kick, you are effectivly taking almost ALL of the power out of the kick. Roundhouse kicks are flashy and look cool, thats all, but very innefective damage wise. Just do a normal side kick, and make sure to lead the kick with your dominant arm or you will end up falling on your ass.


I believe this is why so many taekwondo fighters lose. they try to do their jump spin rib kick counter, not sure the name of it, and it "always" either: knocks them off balance and they fall down losing any advantage they might of had, or it lands but had almost no power to it.
If you are going to kick in an ACTUAL fight it should probably be aimed for their legs trying to slow them by damaging their mobility which can also affect their upper body strength.
Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
abdomen would be better, opponent would run short of air. kicks do more damage than punch especially in a distance. anyways other than the abdomen you can always kick below. either in the groin or the leg muscles, that could paralyze your opponent a bit. i wouldn't recommend hitting the face with your kicks, its not like you are trained enough. maintaining balance would also be essential in kicking, unless you have some sort of training. anyways unless you are wearing steel toe i'd suggest you hit the softer parts of your opponents.
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Posted 12/11/09 , edited 12/11/09
groin area..

face..

and in the ass..



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