To do the kick, start by lifting the kicking leg like you were going to do a mae geri, except use the inner thigh muscles to pull the lifted knee across the waist and in front of the hip of the supporting leg. Extend the knee and swing the waist so that the outside edge of the kicking foot comes across and into the side of the target. Retract the knee, it should be slightly to the opposite the of the body than when you started the kick. Set the foot down. The kicking foot should have followed a smooth elliptical arc through the target, not in a choppy triangle. Normally, it is not easy to do this kick twice in a row.
Fumikomi Geri (Stomping Kick)
Fumikomi geri is a stomping kick. In kihon, it is similar to a downward yoko geri kekomi.The intent is to kick down hard on an opponent's instep,shin,knee cap,or high, or to step hard into the side of the opponents's knee in a painful and damaging takedown.
Set up for the fumikomi geri just like you were going to do a mae geri. The hips and raised knee should be facing forward, towards the target; the foot should be flat and the ankle bent. Now, with a strong twisting motion, drive the foot downward in front of you while turning the hips and supporting foot, you should land sideways in the kiba dachi (side stance). The kicking foot should land with the outside edge striking just before the rest of the foot. Be careful not to do damage to the foot and ankle by over stretching the ankle. This kick need not make an excessive amount of noise.
Tobi Geri (Jump Kick)
To do a shuffle front kick, start in zenkutsu dachi. Quickly drive the back foot into the spot where your front foot is. At the same time, lift the front foot and do a mae geri kekomi with it. The kick should connect at the same moment that the rear foot settles into the spot where your kicking foot was. Recoil the kicking foot and step forward with it into a new front stance. Shuffle round kick is the same as shuffle front kick, except you do a mawashi geri instead of a mae geri kekomi.
To do a shuffle side kick, start in kiba dachi. Pick a side to kick to, the foot on the side is the kicking foot, the foot on the opposite side is the moving foot. Drive the moving foot into the spot where the kicking foot is. At the same time, lift the kicking foot and do a yoko geri kekomi. The moving foot should stop sliding and twist at the same time as the kick delivery. After the extension, recoil the kick and rotate the support foot. Step forward into a new kiba dachi. To do the tobi mae geri, start in zenkutsu dachi. Drive the rear knee forward and upward as if you were going to do a mae geri, but let the moving leg lift your waist up and jump off of the ground. Lift the front leg up and do a mae geri keage. Land the feet in the same order they left the ground and land in a new zenkutsu dachi. To do a tobi yoko geri, start in kiba dachi. Push off with the legs to drive the hips up and into the air. Swing the rear leg under your body and extend the kicking leg into a yoko geri keage. After the kick, recoil the legs and land in a new kiba dachi.To do a nidan geri, start in zenkutsu dachi. Nidan geri is done exactly the same as tobi mae geri, except that you must get enough air on the jump to do a mae geri keage on the initial knee raise in the air as well as a mae geri keage off of the front foot while still in the air. The kicks should strike at different levels on the target. Typically, the first kick is to the middle and the second is head high.