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  • Herb Perez - Setting up the Back Hook Kick

    Use your knowledge of back kick to understand spacing for the back hook kick. Use a Kiyah to cue the students when to kick and develop proper timing.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Kicking

  • Herb Perez - Progression Drills - Single Position

    Progression drills can develop both offensive and defensive strategies and skills. The flow from one technique right into the next makes this teaching format easy to follow and learn from.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Teaching

  • Herb Perez - Distance Drills - Direction

    This drill combines the concepts of distance and direction, which you can learn about from other MADrills with Master Perez. Ultimately, your students will execute a front leg round kick followed by a back kick.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring

  • Herb Perez - Front Leg Distance Drills

    These distance drills are very effective for controlling the spacing between you and your opponent through the lens of both offense and defense.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill

  • Herb Perez - Rear Leg Distance Drills

    These distance drills focus on only the rear leg for both offense and defense. You can use one paddle for speed and two paddles for power.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill

  • Herb Perez - Front Leg - Back Leg Round Kick Drill

    This difficult round kick drill is great for cardio and agility training. Be sure to train in time increments to make the drill easier for your students, with clear goal-setting.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Kicking | Speed | Agility | Endurance | Cardio | Paddle Drill

  • Herb Perez - Combining Front & Rear Leg Distance Drills

    This drill works offense and defense by combining front and rear leg distance drills. Use a two-kick combo in a variety of ways to take your sparring skills to the next level.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill

  • Herb Perez - Distance Drills - Back Kick

    This drill will help your students use the back kick for offense and defense, instead of just one or the other. Remind your students the importance of distance and spacing.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Kicking

  • Herb Perez - Distance Drills - Air Drills

    Air drills have different benefits than kicking pads and shields all the time. This allows your students to practice distance and control.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Control

  • Herb Perez - Progression Drills - Part 2

    Changing the height, direction, and speed of your kicks will keep your opponents guessing and give you the upper hand. Make your students better Tae Kwon Do fighters with this drill.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill

  • Herb Perez - Progression Drills - Part 1

    A progression is any series of techniques that builds on the motion learned before it. This drill combines the round kick and the back kick, then expands to several more advanced variations.
    Olympic TKD | TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring

  • Juan Moreno - Kick and Move

    This is not only a drill, but a strategy for competition. The goal is to strike the target, then exit the striking zone very quickly by landing a bit short.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Movement

  • Juan Moreno - Front Leg Distance Drill

    These techniques will use the front leg roundhouse kick to adjust distance in a sport Tae Kwon Do match.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Round House | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - Offense & Defense from One Stance - Part 2

    This drill upgrades the idea of striking from one stance, now using double kicks instead of single kicks.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Spacing | Technique | Fundamentals | Advanced | Intermediate

  • Juan Moreno - Offense & Defense from One Stance - Part 1

    This mentality uses the boxing principles of performing all techniques from one stance that you are most comfortable with. Add movement to account for distance.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner

  • Juan Moreno - Moving Their Hands Around Drill

    In order to land strikes on your opponent, you are going to have to get their hands moving around using a variety of kicks in combination.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - Low-High-Low with Face Kick

    This combination is great for beginner and intermediate students to set up a head kick. These set ups are very important as head kicks are worth three points.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Intermediate | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - Recognize & Respond Distance Drill

    This drill will help your students recognize their opponents' movement so they can respond by changing the level of their kick. The swiping motion of the kick should score to the head.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Distance | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Kicking | Timing

  • Juan Moreno - Taking Body Points High to Low

    Your opponent will likely be focused on defending against the 3-point face kick. Therefore, a fake to the head followed by an attack to the body can be very effective.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - Scoring with a Back Leg Roundhouse Kick

    This drill will help your students land the very tricky rear leg round kick. Bait your opponent into a front leg kick, which opens up the body for the rear leg kick.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner TKD | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - 2 Probe Kicks & A Power Kick

    This drill is great for all levels and works an essential combo to Tae Kwon Do sparring. You’ll put together side kicks, round kick and back leg round house kicks.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Paddle Drill | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Kicking

  • Juan Moreno - Counter Balancing

    Keeping your hands up isn't always a good thing! Using the hands to counter balance can be a much more efficient way to move during a match.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner

  • Juan Moreno - Defensive Cover

    This stance is specifically designed for modern Tae Kwon Do with lead leg kicking and electronic scoring. Every time your students kick, have their leading hand go down to protect the body.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner

  • Juan Moreno - Locking the Leg

    Punching can score points in sport Tae Kwon Do, but it doesn't help if your opponent is landing a kick while you are landing punch. Lock the opponent's front leg so that only you can score.
    Olympic TKD | Tae Kwon Do | Sparring | Technique | Fundamentals | Basics | Beginner | Punching