How to Do a Jump Front Kick | Shaolin Kung Fu


Sifu Karl Romain: Now we’ll be demonstrating
the jump front kick. My assistant Ty will go through the various
stages of this kick. It’s very important to make sure that you’re
practicing this kick with a qualified instructor. As soon as we start to demonstrate, you’re
going to see why. OK. We’ll begin first with a warm up jump. You’re going to step out and you’re going
to use your arm by lifting your arm up, and then step again, swinging the arm back, and
then one more time as you kick, jump, slap, and down. And let’s do it one more time. Regular speed. And begin. Really important to make sure that your posture
is straight in the air. The next level is then to do this kick by
bringing your left knee into your chest, landing on the right foot. Begin. And one more time. Very important to take off and land in the
same spot. Now, we go to the next level. When we do the next level, you’re going to
have to bring your hands overhead, slap your hand, bring your right knee in, slap your
knee, and then land on your right foot. Begin. And one more. Now we’re going to do the entire jump front
kick. This time he’s going to kick out and land
on the right foot. Begin. And one more. Full speed. This concludes our demonstration of the jump
front kick.

21 Replies to “How to Do a Jump Front Kick | Shaolin Kung Fu

  1. This looks completely useless. First of all, once you see it… how many seconds does it take for execution to delivery? In a real fight it takes an instant… even a twitch to know what your opponent is doing. Very useless.

  2. really ? if you can't do this, well, how do you kick a person's head who is 1 foot taller than you??
    I know you would probably kick his balls 😉

  3. I remember probably Donnie Yen said it in "Ip Man"
    Japanese use Karate for violence, but Chinese Kung Fu is for defensing ourselves
    forgot the original sentence

  4. this is not real shaolin kung fu
    just unsubscribe and go to Jadeofficialchannel to watch her Wushu tutorial (Wushu also refers to Chinese Kung Fu)

  5. Your very wrong. Karate was an art that was designed for self defense. Not for violence. One of the main lessons in Karate is to be humble, and use the art when only needed.

  6. I disagree. I love kung fu and have found myself winning a number of school fist fights with it. Why on earth would this be useless?

  7. Take your time to edit the videos… god, this time he said one more time full speed but last time wasn`t in slow motion…

  8. Its easy I learn this already this is useless in real fight. I love kung fu I train everyday at home myself all your kung fu I train it.

  9. I practiced mixed martial combining basics of Kung fu, taekwondo, Judo/Jiu Jitsu and Karate. It seems that by keeping the right leg straight the whole time you would have less power then if you were to bend the knee and then extend the kick. Also keeping the leg straight would make it block-able by "telegraphing" the incoming technique. JW, feel free to shoot me down.

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