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    Tae Kwon Do Kicks in order, help needed

    after a year or so of working as an apprentice karate instructor i have let my kicking slide as my hands were never really up to scratch when sparring. now that i am going to be retraining my kicking, i would like peoples opinions on the subject.

    how would you start your kicking? looking at the kicks i figure there are 10 basic kicks in tae kwon do roughly in the following order:

    axe kick
    front snap
    push
    crescent
    reverse crescent
    twist
    roundhouse
    side
    hook
    back

    with a few hundred or so variations. i originally learned these kicks in a mixed up order but would like to train them properly. what do you think? is this a good/right order to practice or would you change it and how?

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    Start with the most applicable first and easiest to learn.
    1. Snap
    2. Push
    3. Round House
    4. Side
    5. Back
    6. *crescent
    7. *reverse crescent
    8. Axe
    9. Hook
    10. Twisting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Start with the most applicable first and easiest to learn.
    1. Snap
    2. Push
    3. Round House
    4. Side
    5. Back
    6. *crescent
    7. *reverse crescent
    8. Axe
    9. Hook
    10. Twisting
    Wow, thats almost the exact order I learned them, except we did axe before crescent.

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