I can answer questions relating to training and teaching methods for different kickboxing arts.
I am an instructor of Muay Thai, the Thai national art. I am also an instructor of Boxe Francaise-Savate, the French martial art. I am also an instructor of Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing, the personal art of the late Bruce Lee.
Thai Boxing Association of the uSA
Boxe Francaise-Savate Federation of the uSA
Inosanto International Martial Art Instructors Association
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Bill, Usually it gets easier and less painful over time when kicking the bag. But it can be different for everyone. I never had any pain when I started kicking the heavy bag back in 1984. Have you
Kanwal, Use the gym over the next three months for full-body workouts about three times per week. Focus on leg exercises (squats, leg press), chest and back exercises (bench press, military press, pull-ups
TK, If I'm understanding you correctly you're saying your front kick is no problem but your round (hook) kick is. One key in developing a rear-leg hook kick is pivoting on the ball of the support foot
No at all, Arnas, you're definitely not too tall for kickboxing. Actually you can use your size to great advantage if you look at your size as an asset. You'll have incredible reach with both your arms
Don't continue to train until AFTER your foot heals! sounds like a good sprain. did you do the R.I.C.E. method immediately afterwards? I'm not a doctor so I can't give medical advice but always best