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Sijo Bruce Lee developing his fighting art Jeet Kune Do by 1969, he had for the most part dropped Wing Chun and the classical Chinese martial arts. His art was, at that time point, heavily influenced by old school Western Boxing and Western Fencing!
The Jeet Kune Do Leading Side Thrust Kick or Juk Tek comes from a kicking technique from the Art of Boxe Francaise Savate called Chasse Croise. The side thrust kick generally follows a step called "the burst", consisting of a sudden shuffle step forward with great impulse.
The Leading Side Kick is the most powerful kick in Jeet Kune Do. It is sufficient and will knock your opponent of their feet. However, it should be employed with caution as it can be blocked or your leg seized if the kick is not delivered properly and at the right moment. But because of its tremendous force, sometimes it will penetrate a block or the block is not effective enough to keep the blow from scoring or maiming. The sidekick isn't as fast nor as deceiving as some of the other kicks, but it can be used cleverly when preceded by a feint. A good feint with your hand should open the defense for a quick side kick to the body.
The good thing about the sidekick is that it's very strong and fast.
*Slide your lead foot forward a few inches as you immediately bring your rear foot forward just behind the lead foot. Then simultaneously lift your lead foot, and deliver a side kick to the middle section.
*To get more momentum sweep your hand up before delivering the kick. It also ads for a feint to open the line in which you wish to strike in.
*Twist your hips and follow the kick through the target. Snap your foot on the end.
*Keep your guard up and look at your opponent at all times.
*Pivot on your back foot when delivering the kick. Your back foot should be turned away. This will happen naturally.
*Lean back to stay away from the enemy's punches.
*Snap your leg back after the kick, don't leave it hanging there, otherwise you could get grabbed or face a counter.