Martial Arts Training & Fitness : Roundhouse Kick for Martial Arts Fitness





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Published on Feb 25, 2008

Learn how to do a roundhouse kick for a martial arts fitness workout in this free exercise video from a martial arts master.

Expert: Stacey Nemour
Contact: www.staceynemour.com
Bio: You understand what martial arts can do for you when kung fu black belt Stacey Nemour walks in the room.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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very good point. also hit with the ball of the foot, not the instep. you do get a lot of sore toes untill you get the back enough, but the kicks much more more powerfull since the surface area youre hitting with is both smaller and stronger. 
Lasse Magnussen
cammeltoe... xD 
great video, excellent kicks
i would do anything for chuck norris to come in, look her in the eye reeeaaal close and just whisper "nooooooooo"
Mat Page
seriously? nice but sadly we dont all have a couch to hold on to when fighting so where are you gonna learn balance!! thats important too lady!!
@georgeou: Exactly. This may be a decent fitness exercise, but a roundhouse is supposed to be like swinging a baseball bat into the opponent, not flicking your toes at them.
chuck norris!
Hasu Kumori
now i'm not a fan of high kicks. but a proper "round house" kick is supposed to be done with the rear foot after which point it returns to its rear posistion. so if you're facing north left foot forward. your right foot will come out and snap at your opponant as you pivot on the ball of your left foot as the top of the right foot is striking your opponatn and then returns to it's original position south of your left foot and it will be pointing east/north east when you're done.
how bout but your kegs on my shoulders instead?
I've just started kickboxing classes and this is great for reminding me of all aspects of the moves, there are a lot of things to take in all at once at the classes. Your stretching tips are great too. Thanks.
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