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How to win 10 cm on a Mae-Geri !!!

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How to win 10 cm on a Mae GeriIn kumite, it is not always easy to be at the right distance when making a Mae Geri.

You often miss a few centimeters to touch your opponent.

Whenever you try to make a Mae Geri, your opponent is faster and skips a few inches? it's annoying, is not it?

In this little video, I explain how to win very easily from 10 to 30cm on a Mae Geri !!!

You will actually win 10 to 30 cm without wasting time and especially without loss of efficiency.

How to Earn 10 cm on Mae Geri

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"How to win 10cm on Mae Geri"

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  1. Thank you Bruno for your explanations "clear and clear", as well as for your passion that you transmit us with simplicity and humility. A real pleasure, very useful!

  2. Thank you for this course, I'm going to put it into practice and especially to make the education on it, my mae geri is a little course in competitions, and it's a technique that I adore yet, but I miss a little more, go I find it?

  3. Thank you Bruno for this technique on Mae Geri.
    Very effective for power.

    Fabrice, quite oddly, we see more often circular kicks than rights and this in a lot of style.
    If moreover the mawashi is not Jodan level it is very easy to block it.
    Never forget the center, more technical to dodge.

  4. Posted by FabriceHi Johnny,

    It's very good not slipped on tatami mats or on smooth floors. But in a street fight I see us badly take a step slipped on uneven grounds. Karate would he lost his reality when he entered the dojos? I say that because karate in the 19 century is practiced at night and outdoors in different places (court, forest, beach etc).

    nothing prevents to "slip" the heel 2 or 3 cm from the ground and with only the ...

    • sorry for the little technical problem ...

      "Nothing prevents" sliding "with the heel 2 or 3 cm from the ground and with only" contact between the ground and the leg tiptoe.

      Good after, with a good attention on your environment will avoid you to fall on the edge of the sidewalk ... must not be particularly attentive to avoid slipping in front of a walk.

  5. I have internet at home but I wanted to learn also with your video but sometimes we do not have internet he bloq these for his that I ask for your video my not serious if you can not envy them send me your books thank you and good day

  6. I just started karate and I just watch your video that my more can you send me the video you made by mail it would be my pleasure to train at home thank you I give you my address angeli sonia 2 street of poplars digital battles app 18 has elm 88100 saint die des vosges thanks in advance

  7. It is true that it would be interesting a video on sweeps. But I do not know if it's possible without a partner.

  8. It is something that serves me a lot to break the distance in general, thanks to the step, we better control the mae geri and at the same time we can meet on work or fists / elbows or projections!

    A small video on sweeping is it planned elsewhere

  9. Posted by jean lucienthe position of the trunk depends on whether one is flexible or not to press well on the heel of the support foot, try not to tilt the trunk too much on the back, but in soft combat one can let the foot support, but if it is to hit hard is better not turn the foot support.

    I repeat even to hit hard we can turn the support foot, but it is the mind that smashes. or the kime

  10. Posted by Bruno BandelierJohnny, I understood, but we want to see you do it. It's just to admire you
    On the other hand when you say that you let go of the foot of support, you do not let it turn.
    You use the pool rocker well to dislodge the support leg and slide but still with the foot facing forward.
    A+
    Bruno

    I allow myself to answer, not for jhonny ... if you decided to place a kodomi shodan heel kick, the support leg could be turned, but compensate for a much higher momentum to break, the thigh of the leg that will hit could touch Breast

  11. Fabrice Morel at

    Yes, that's what I personally noticed in my training. You do well to confirm it Johnny. We must not launch our foot forward because it leads us and we unbalance. But I confess I do not know how to do it differently. It's not so easy to do. And to unbalance by throwing his foot is a common mistake in the dojos. It is because of this that it would be necessary one day to devote a videos there. It's totally in the spirit of Karate-blog.net. I do not know what Bruno Bandelier thinks but it seems necessary to me if not many will continue these errors to throw their leg and all their kicks will be obsolete. It would be a shame.

  12. Fabrice Morel at

    Have you ever thought of making a video about balance when kicking at Jodan level. It's really not easy to maintain your balance when you kick in the void. Often the foot of support wobbles.

  13. Fabrice Morel at

    Yes, that's what I personally noticed in my training. You do well to confirm it Johnny. We must not launch our foot forward because it leads us and we unbalance. But I confess I do not know how to do it differently. It's not so easy to do. And to unbalance by throwing his foot is a common mistake in the dojos. It is because of this that it would be necessary one day to devote a videos there. It's totally in the spirit of Karate-blog.net. I do not know what Bruno Bandelier thinks but it seems necessary to me if not many will continue these errors to throw their leg and all their kicks will be obsolete. It would be a shame.

    • Hi Fabrizio,

      I'm already talking about the balance and the role of the support leg in each of my kicking videos, but it's true that I could make a specific video. I take note, thank you.

      A+
      Bruno

  14. Fabrice Morel at

    Have you ever thought of making a video about balance when kicking at Jodan level. It's really not easy to maintain your balance when you kick in the void. Often the foot of support wobbles.

    • the position of the trunk counts according to whether one is flexible or not to press well on the heel of the support foot, try not to tilt the trunk too much on the back, but in soft combat one can let the foot of support, but if it is to hit hard is better not turn the foot support.

      • Hello Jean Lucien,
        So for you in soft combat, can we do inefficient techniques?
        Personally, I do not agree. Let's turn the foot in competition because the goal is only to touch, I understand, but in Jukumité, the technical form and efficiency must be respected.
        A+

  15. Hello Bruno, I hope that your morale is no longer in the socks!
    Your video on the mae-geri is good but I would like to know if the maegeri's strike, you do it in kéage or kékomi ??

    Thank you in advance for your answer !!

    See you soon olivier.

  16. I agree with you, Mr BRUNO.I recognize that you are doing a lot of work to establish a complete learning methodology for karate, as I have this desire to learn a lot of things at the philosopher's level. martial karate I see it's time to choose topics that aims karate in its depth to improve this side of the martial spirit.

  17. @ Nourdine, Where did you see a controversy? The subject here is not the learning of Mae Geri, but how to win 10 cm and we only discuss between friends, there is no controversy.
    If not for learning Mae Geri (or another technique for that matter), I do not agree with you. If it were enough to say to the students "just ...", there would be no need for Karate teacher ... A + Bruno

  18. Bjr tt the world! In my opinion the subject of the mae geri as tech among the geri waza does not request a controversy of this demension. First mae geri is effective at the level shodan that is to say it does not ask a huge technical potential compared to other geri waza.then you just know that the supporting leg that gives power to the shot.Finally you just have to go back up the knee by pushing the hip slightly and sting the target strongly with the 'orteille.

  19. Hello, I think it's very interesting, a small note I think we can earn more than 10 cm, 30 can be 50 cm, it depends on the practitioner and the advancement of the leg in front. As I have seen in the comments; a mae geri with a small displacement can be easily countered or avoided by someone alerted an opponent who has calculated the timing and movement of what is in front of him.
    A + and thanks for the video

    • true too, but a mae geri too long with too much commitment hip, is not good either, since in principle we have planned something next behind it ... in which case it will quickly recover his leg launched a +

    • Johnny, I understood, but we want to see you do it. It's just to admire you
      On the other hand when you say that you let go of the foot of support, you do not let it turn.
      You use the pool rocker well to unload the support leg and slide but always with the foot facing forward.
      A+
      Bruno

    • With pleasure but how? IOI

      You do not just have to show it to me. But to all here. It is better to benefit the greatest number.
      I'm waiting for you to show us I am curious to see!

    • Hi Fabrizio,

      You can trust Johnny. For sharing in karate it is a precursor. Just go to his site and his forum that has existed for a long time.
      In my opinion, he will probably concoct a small video if he can.

  20. Hi Bruno,

    I thank you for this very informative video. It will allow me to go further in my martial quest.
    But I do not find it difficult to touch my partner with a Mae-Geri during a Jyu-Kumite. On the contrary, I find the Mae-Geri very effective and direct. What I noticed in Jyu-Kumite is that most Karateka practically use Mawashi-Geri in 90% of cases. It's amazing the lack of tactics that can be found in the dojos even in black belts. I find it easy to block and fight back against a Mawashi-Geri.
    By cons when I perform a Mae-geri, he always surprises my partner. I let him get close to me and I hit him quickly. You can even hit a Mawashi-Geri with a Mae-Geri, but you have to hit when the partner is about to hit. I always see him coming by observing the clenching of the face and the posture he takes before hitting. For example, there are some who lower themselves before hitting to make a Jodan Mawashi-Geri to better encrer the ground. He phones their movements. So if they fall on someone who has good reflexes they find themselves unprepared.

  21. Hello
    This is not for me a trick but just a mae geri with a move, yori ashi.
    The trouble with this form is that it marks a "pre-movement" despite everything and gives a call. Some will be able to counter as soon as you move.
    There is also the slipped form, during the elevation of the knee, and the tilting of the hip, you slide your leg support that will resume contact with the ground at the time of contact of the foot with the target, it works not bad no more.
    a+

    • Hi Johnny,

      It's very good not slipped on tatami mats or smooth floors. But in a street fight I see us badly take a step slipped on uneven ground. Karate would he lost his realism when entering the dojos? I say that because the Karate 19 th century is practiced at night and outside in different places (Court, forest, beach etc).

    • Hi Johnny,
      It is a Mae Geri that is done during the trip and not one after the other. But it is certain that some can counter everything depends on the tactical level of each, but in your example too since you start with the elevation of the knee, some can quickly see a Mae Geri.
      In my example, in the beginning there is only displacement, the opponent does not know which technique will follow and as we use the kinetic energy of displacement, the Mae Geri is quite explosive.
      And why not pair the two, a Mae Geri in Yori Ashi with slip at the time of the hip rocker, so we win 50cm ...
      If you have the opportunity to make a small video with your usual analysis it would be great. Thank you.
      A+
      Bruno

  22. Hello,

    I really like this last video, it will serve me a lot, but I think I will have to spend a lot of time training, and not lose my balance and especially has the moderate compared to where is the l other person:) (a mae geri plexus is not very pleasant for the opponent ...)

    • Posted by jean lucienthe position of the trunk account according to whether one is flexible or not to press well on the heel of the support foot, try not to tilt the trunk too much on the back, but in soft combat one can let the foot turn 'support
      even for hard typing, one can turn the foot of support, but it is the mind that smashes. or the kimé .tapper level lumbilic because it must quickly recover his leg.

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