Other types of kicks
Linear Kicks. Kicks that move in a relatively straight line to the target.
Round Kicks. Kicks that move in circular movement to the target.
Leading Leg Kicks. Leading leg lifts and executes the kick without the trailing leg moving.
Trailing Leg Kicks. Trailing leg lifts and executes the kick without the leading leg moving.
Sliding Kicks. Trailing leg slides up to or behind the leading leg and then the leading leg executes the kick.
Rising Kicks. Straight leg kick performed without bending the kicking knee. Not very powerful. Used to jam or check and attack. Snap may be added to kick. Rising kicks are also known as bubble kicks, bob kicks, half-moon kicks, and crescent kicks.
Hopping Kicks. Kicks where the body hops (a slight jump so that the feet leave the floor enough to allow the body to move). The hop allows a quick way to cover a relatively small distance.