How to Do a Bolley Kick in Taekwondo

Learn how to do a bolley kick from taekwondo expert Jason Ok in this Howcast video.

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If you like to kick, the ancient Korean martial art taekwondo might be the right self-defense regimen for you. "Tae" means "foot" or "leg"; not surprisingly, you'll find a lot of kicking moves in taekwondo. They're all demonstrated by expert Jason Ok in these videos, along with effective sparring and blocking techniques.

 
 

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I'm going to show you guys how to do a volley kick. A volley kick is a very advanced technique, it's a very advanced technique, so beginners shouldn't try this yet. If you have at least two years of training, maybe you can give this a try. I'm going to demonstrate, and I'm going to first explain to you as easy as possible. I'm going to stay in a fighting stance. First, a volley kick is like a back turn, but this time with an angle, so like this. One. I'm going to throw my back leg up in the air, two. One more time. One, two. It's almost like a roundhouse kick, but you have to kick and try to land with the same leg, something like that. One more time. One, two, three, and these are the drills that you guys can go in the beginning. I like to now to a step four. I like to do my volley kick with my left leg, so I'm going to bring my left leg behind. I'm going to step forward for the momentum, one, one more time. Don't turn your shoulders, make sure. One, turn, bring the leg up, and throw that kick like this. Now it's a little harder if you go slowly. It's actually a lot more easier if you go fast. I'm going to actually demonstrate it now with my partner over here. He's going to be holding the target. Again, beginners, you don't have to go this high, okay? You can hold it like here. This is the best distance for me. I like to stand up, again, left leg back fighting stance, because I'm going to be kicking with my left leg because I'm going to be stepping forward. Now I'm going to step forward and do the volley kick. I'm going to demonstrate, and have a good landing. One more time. I'm in my fighting stance, step forward, and that's how you do a volley kick.

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  • Jason Ok

    Jisung "Jason" Ok is the head instructor at Black Belt TaeKwonDo and MMA Center in Flushing, New York,