Targets: Face, rib-cage, trunk, chin, neck, head
Focus: Involves springing off the ground using the thrust from both feet.
One foot, invariably that on the more dexterous side of the body, is then used to kick the target.
Step by Step
Jump + Rear Round Kick : Thai: กระโดดเตะ (Gra-dode Dhe)
1. Bend both your knees in preparation for the jump.
Variations: Although technically any kicking technique can be used in combination with The Jump Kick, in practice The Round Kick is almost always used. Occasionally, The Down Round Kick is coupled with The Jump Kick.
Hint: It is important that you bend your knees to get the required amount of “spring” for the jump
2. Using both feet to obtain the required leverage, spring into the air, twisting your right hip forwards, and extending your right leg, bent at the knee, out to the side, with the lower leg in the rear. This can be thought of as a mid-air version of the preparation for The Round Kick.
3. Finally, holding your arms in a natural manner to help preserve your balance, straighten your right leg, swinging your right foot up and round against the target