He is the third in a series of martial arts combinations for aerobic taekwondo dance. As mentioned above, the essential difference between a trained martial artist and a street fighter is that martial artists repeatedly hit in three or four action sequences. The instinctive reaction is not just a single movement event, but a series of strokes that are more practical. It’s easy to play or play defensively, but it’s difficult to shoot three or four times in a row. This reflex reaction in the sequence is only learned by repeated iterations and exercises, repeating the sequence until it is automatically reflected. Aerobic taekwondo is an ideal way. In fact, many aerobic Taekwondo models come from these exercises. In this article, let’s first look at some of the changes in the simple boxing (Boxing Certification) sequence. Let’s see that you can get a lot of changes from a sequence. First use the position of the boxer, with your feet apart and your left foot forward. The order is…
Jab, Jab, Jab, Cruz
Add a little spice now. Instead of three direct results, change the mode to –
Jab-up, Jab-down, Jab-middle and Cross
Repeat 4 to 8 times. Now add a small action: Go back to the forehand, look 90 degrees to the right, and move the right leg to the right three steps:
Jab Shuffle is on the right, Jab Shuffle is on the right, Jab Shuffle is on the right and left
Immediately on the front, slide to the left in the same order on the other side –
Jab Shuffle is on the left, Jab Shuffle is on the left, Jab Shuffle is on the left and right
The slides are repeated four and eight times. An optional change is to add four lines forward after the cross on each side. I said punching, because after the casual crusaders, your legs will be square in front, so there is no difference between Jab and the cross. With the added hits, the order is – Jab Shuffle is on the right, Jab Shuffle is on the right, Jab Shuffle is on the right and left. Forehand, left hand, forehand, left hand Then flip and execute the same compilation sequence reflected on the left. Depending on the level of the class, it is interesting to introduce the sequence for half a time and then copy them until the rhythm. At the same time, the front position of the left and right legs is invested. Let’s see what can be done with another basic sequence, Kickboxing (Boxing Certification). The second basic sequence also begins with the boxer’s posture, in which case the left leg is forward.
Jab, Cruz, Jab, Guard
Do it four times, then change the knee guard –
Jab, Cross, Jab, Lead Leg Knee
Do it four times and then kick your knee forward.
Jab, Cross, Jab, Main Kick
Now turn right 45 degrees, do a sequence, then 90 degrees to the left (45 degrees to the left), do it once, then turn 90 degrees to do a time, turn left, do it once, and so on. The trick here is to turn when you play. Depending on the class, you may want to go back to your knees instead of kicking a turn. Oral to indicate a turn (turn to the right corner of the room, turn left), pointing to the direction you are heading before starting to move at a 45-degree angle. After doing it four or eight times, telling people to move on, instead of moving from one place to another, continues to move in one direction after the start of four rounds of liquidation. This circle four times. Then reverse your posture and repeat the order on the other side.
A simple variant is to change the third stroke of the jab to a lead hook –
Soap, cross, lead hook, lid
Soap, cross, lead hook, lead knee
Jab, cross, lead hook, lead kick
Again, it may be appropriate to introduce a half-time sequence and then copy them. At the same time, the front position of the lft and right legs is invested. The basic version of all these sequences also applies to the trunk. After reducing the progress, start mixing the combinations in different modes to present different content in each category.