10 Kicking Tips

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


By Charlie Wildish

10 Kicking Tips focuses on the understanding the body mechanics and principles behind kicking rather than simply focusing on individual techniques.  It is explained in a simple easy to follow manner.  Very often, just a very small adjustment or detail can lead to a big improvement in your kicking ability and reduce your likelihood of damaging yourself with bad technique.

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If you are genuinely not satisfied with this download & honestly feel that it does not enhance your understanding of kicking principles; I will happily refund your money.  So I am the one taking all the risk here not you.  

Still not sure?  See the endorsements below by some very senior martial artists!



Kick with more speed & power but with less physical effort & less strain on your joints.

Do you ever wonder why others around you seem to kick effortlessly, with speed, power and grace, whilst your kicks feel wooden and your legs feel heavy?

Do you train and train, yet no matter how many times you do it you’re still not satisfied with your kicks?

Do you feel that no matter how many times you’re shown or have it explained to you, that you still can’t quite get it?

If any of the above applies to you then 10 Kicking Tips is for you.  Why?  Because it is about the underlying principles which make the kicks work, rather than just teaching the techniques themselves.  Once you understand the principles, you can apply them to any kick.

Don’t believe me?  Well don’t take my word for it, here’s what some very senior Karate instructors have to say about my DVD:

I thought you kicking DVD was very good too.  You presented well and the info was strong”
Geoff Thompson:  7th Dan, co-founder of the British Combat Association, author of 34 books, 5 multi award winning films and BAFTA winner.

“Well explained simple adjustments to improve kicking techniques.  Top tips for intermediate and advanced karate-ka”.
Rob Jones:  5th Dan Shotokai Karate.

“I was also able to check out Wildish’s “10 Kicking Tips”, which guides the viewers not through specific kicks, but through some of the basic physics and ideas that make kicking effective.  This DVD was also an ejoyable watch, especially as Wildish describes way in which kicks can be thrown in a true straight line.  
The procedures used in these DVD’s are sound fundamentally and can be relied upon to elicit positive results”.
Matt Apsokardu:  4th Dan Okinawan Kenpo Karate & Kobudo.

“I have looked at both DVDs [Inside Bassai Dai & 10 Kicking Tips] and they look quite instructive with a comprehensive overview and in depth look at Kata Bunkai.  I fully endorse their publication for the discerning Karate student”.
Arthur Wallace:  6th Dan Shotokan Karate.

4 reviews for 10 Kicking Tips

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul H (verified owner)

    Charlie breaks things down to teach good habits and technique from the start. It is really good for beginners starting, learn correctly from the start. It is also really good for advanced students. I have found it a really good revision and has helped me to go back over kicks and straighten out my bad habits to improve my kicks.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    James Harvey (verified owner)

    As a huge fan of kicking from Kung fu, TKD and Karate experience…this video is a must see. Small changes = big differences. Most foward thinking martial artists have that deep desire to constantly improve your technique. Highly recommend this video to help improve your kicking with very little effort.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very good analysis of how to deliver an effective kick. The mechanics of kicking are broken down so we can understand how and why we do certain movements in a particular way. I will be refering back to this again, and again, to check that my kicking techniques are improving.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    Excellent tips. Very good and simple to follow. Have helped tremendously with my young karate Ka

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