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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Hiza Geri - Knee Kick


H.E.A.R.T. Martial Arts and Citizen Schools Citizen Schools students learned how to execute a Knee Kick, "Hiza Geri".

"Hiza" means Knee in English.
"Geri" means Kick in English.

"Hiza Geri" means Knee Kick in English.

The students learned the importance of not only bringing the knee up but also to push it outward by utilizing the hips along with the pivoting motion of the supporting leg. In addition, they also learned about "flexing" the muscles right at the end of the technique which aids in giving the knee added support upon impact.


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3 comments:

  1. I am fond of martial arts, but can't ever go for it due to busy schedule in my life. Now a days since I am again having a busy schedule but I am planning to go for it.
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  2. It is for the first time I have heard about this kick.
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