50 DIFFERENT KICKS | Martial Arts, Karate, Taekwondo

50 DIFFERENT KICKS | Martial Arts, Karate, Taekwondo



hey everybody my name is Tamara Moya and for today's video I have something really fun plans we just have 50,000 subscribers on this channel thank you so much for subscribing I'm gonna be doing a video with 50 different cakes since I made it to 50k I'm here I have 50 different cakes which I actually didn't finish so I have 43 different cakes that I'm gonna have to be adding some long as I go along 50 different cakes and martial arts let's do it [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] me [Applause] [Applause] all right I hope that you guys enjoyed the video thanks so much for subscribing make sure that you subscribe so you can see more Taekwondo tips and tutorials on this hill I will be see you guys all later bye guys

37 thoughts on “50 DIFFERENT KICKS | Martial Arts, Karate, Taekwondo

  1. Awesome video and nice form in the kicks. I especially liked your Butterfly kick as that's always a flashy kick but you performed it very good

  2. That's very nice to see. Impressive flexibility.
    I do Karate, I can tell you most of these technics are unuseful in a real street fight.
    Also, use your hip : No power at all in your kicks !

  3. Congratulations for your 53k subscribers! You deserve it! I learned a lot in your videos ❀️

  4. Congratulations for your 53k subscribers! You deserve it! I learned a lot in your videos ❀️

  5. outside of point system Taekwondo's terrible influence on kicking styles,many of your kicks need work,specially that axe kick,you didn't bend your knee at all.

  6. This is just so very nice to watch and learn, you are really impressive and very good, Congrats on your 50k you deserve more
    Thank you

  7. Use your hip more , to add power to your kicks. Remenber its not just a sport always take an account its martial base

  8. well your wrong with the knee kick as there no such thing, that is called a knee strike as thats exactly what it does.

  9. Your technique needs some work. When you are throwing an axe kick, bend your knee, point your knee at the sky. THEN straighten your leg, and bring it down. Keeping your leg straight the whole kick is an error. Keep at it, you are doing very well.

  10. I haven't heard of the Fei-long kick, but you said Fei-long ι£žιΎ™ correctly and it means "flying dragon" in Mandarin Chinese.

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