Flying Kicks. Flying kicks are jump kicks or jump-spin kicks performed while leaping forward, usually from a running start.
Pushing Kicks. Pushing kicks used to push the opponent backward rather than to injure the opponent.
Ground Kicks. Floor kicks are executed while the body is lying on the ground.
Air Kicks. Air kicks are performed while in the air. They are not jump kicks; they are merely performed while the non-kicking foot is off the floor.
Drop Kicks. Dropping kicks are executed while in the process of dropping the body to the floor. Usually done with one or two hands on the floor. Most kicks may be adapted to use while dropping.
Rising Kicks. Kicks where the leg is swung upward and then downward, such as the crescent kick and the axe kick.
Flick Kicks. Kicks where the foot is flicked upward to the groin or knee.
Turnover Kicks. Kicks used when one of your feet is grabbed and held by your opponent. You leap into the air, rotate over and around the held foot, and execute a kick with the free foot.
Stomp Kicks. Downward kicks to the knees, shins, foot, or a prone opponent.