720 sounds intimidating, but everyone says this is a beginner skill. Maybe not; "beginner" is in the eye of the beholder, and even if you can pull off a cheat 720 it can be a challenge to make it consistent. For a lot of aspiring tricking athletes this can be a first step into more advanced jump kicks, but only if you have the necessary awareness and control. Avoid the "go for it!" approach, and learn the proper way to build a cheat 720.
"Do a Tornado Kick, land on the kick leg." Sound familiar? Did it work for you? It didn't for me. It took me several years to figure out why that advice doesn't translate to the desired result for a lot of people. "Kick harder," "jump higher," "turn your hips over," or any similar tips are insufficient to explain the true technique behind one's ability to land on the kicking leg. Discover for yourself exactly what goes into learning to perform a 540 kick.
You can do a cheat 720. You can do a 540 kick. Now to put them together; sounds easy, right? This Skill is proof that just because you can break, and you can dance, doesn't necessarily mean you can breakdance. Learn the steps to develop coordination that helps you time two kicks within one jump, drills that help you improve that timing and build the strength you need to pull off a jacknife.
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