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Kick Up Tutorial: Jump from Back to Feet!

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Published on Jun 13, 2011

Kick ups are often seen in martial arts films as well as on breakdance events. If you are into martial arts, this is a must-learn skill I believe.

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Tips and warnings:
Do not practise this skill too often. That will not be useful and you risk the chance of getting injured. Especially the knees can get quite a shock from this skill in the beginning when performed incorrectly. By watching this video you agree on using this skill at your own risk. I am merely showing how the exercise can be learned and how I learned it. However, doing this can lead to serious injuries, especially if you're untrained and non athletic.

Some tips:
- Practise on a soft surface like grass
- If you find it hard to kick up you can try to get acces to a trampoline or a thick mat that is bouncy
- Make sure you are in overal good shape

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--- Disclaimer: Consult a physician or other medical specialist before starting a (new) workout regime. You are responsible for your own health. I am not responsible for any kind of injury or problems you might get following the usage of the information given in this video. This video is meant for educational purposes. It cannot be used as a replacement for professional guidance. Always starts your workout with a proper warm up! ---

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