Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi Has One Specific Principle

Kette junzuki no tsukkomi's biggest question is...

Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi includes a kick and that's where not all sensei are on the same page... And that's why it's the biggest question.

Picture this: After punching, your body leans forward...

...Should your body remain in the leaning position or become upright as you kick?

Some instructors teach to stay that way + kick. Others teach to come upright as you kick.

Which way should you perform Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi?

Or maybe the question should be:

  • Which way generates more power? 
  • Which way is more beneficial for overall development? 
  • Which way programs your body correctly so the dynamic is useful for other things as well? 

The answer to all three questions is the same >> Become upright as you kick.

Next is WHY, and HOW.

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when you execute Kette junzuki no tsukkomi... do this

Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi - Wado No Michi - AJ van Dijk1

Take right Junzuki No Tsukkomi.

Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi - Wado No Michi - AJ van Dijk3

Raise your left knee while keeping your body as straight as possible.

Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi - Wado No Michi - AJ van Dijk4

Kick with your left foot while keeping your fist in position.

Kette Junzuki No Tsukkomi - Wado No Michi - AJ van Dijk5

Step through and execute left Junzuki No Tsukkomi.

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