These 7 drills are focused on leg control and conditioning your supporting leg to be able to travel in different directions faster, which is very important in today‚Äôs style of fighting. 

Each drill in the video is numbered and the amount of reps and sets to be completed of each drill is below. 

Follow along and get in a good workout.

Start by having doing some mobility exercises to loosen up your hips and a good stretch through your calves, hamstrings and glutes.

Drill 1

Start close to the wall, Push off the wall at body height.

Reps: 16 each leg

Sets: 2

Drill 2

Start 2 mats distance away, 2 hops in, tap the wall at body height and take 2 hops out, fast

Reps: 16 each leg.

Sets: 2

Drill 3 

Start 2 mats distance away, 2 hops in, tap the wall at face height and take 2 hops out, fast

Reps: 16 each leg.

Sets: 2

Drill 4

Start 2 mats distance away, 2 hops in, tap the wall at body height then head height and take 2 hops out, fast.

Reps: 14 each leg

Sets: 2

Drill 5

Start 2 mats distance away, 2 hops in, tap the wall at face height then body height, push off the wall and land at your starting position.

Reps: 14 each leg

Sets: 2

Drill 6 

Start 2 mats distance away, axe kick on your first hop, tap the wall at body height on your second, push off and land at your starting position. 

Reps: 12 each leg

Sets: 2

Drill 7 

Start 2 mats distance away, axe kick on the spot, another axe kick on your first hop, tap the wall at body height on your second, push off and land at your starting position ready for your first axe kick on the spot. 

Reps: 12 each leg

Sets: 2

Finish off with a minimum of 100 sit-ups and a good stretch, mainly through your hips, quads and glutes.