Global Bodyweight Training - Mike Fitch Miami Beach
The Front Kick-Through is a great "transition" move in the Animal Flow Workout!
We’re kicking off the new year with a bonus video for you: the Front Kick-Through, a killer trunk exercise right out of our Animal Flow Workout video. The Front Kick-Through is a total body movement that challenges you both physically and mentally, improving your coordination. In addition to being a challenging trunk exercise, it’s great for conditioning your single arm stability as you move back and forth from the loaded beast position to the front kick through.

Even though this isn’t one of the actual animal forms, it’s one of our “switches and transitions” movements that links the animal forms together, creating the “flow” in Animal Flow. Thus, it’s a staple movement in the Animal Flow Workout. As with any skill building exercise, you’ll have to put the time in to practice in order to perfect the movement. Give it a shot and you’ll be glad you did! (And if you are interested in seeing more about the Animal Flow Workout, check out the info and links below the video).

Interested in learning more about the Animal Flow Workout?

  • Follow the ANIMAL FLOW tabs at the top of this page to learn about the benefits, how to use it, and how to purchase it!
  • Check out this other post and video on a great Animal Flow move: The Jumping and Static Frog Combination
  • Keep checking the Classes and Events tab to stay up-to-date on when there will be Animal Flow workshop near you!

Published by Mike Fitch

Mike is the founder of Global Bodyweight Training. He has more than 12 years as a fitness professional encompassing a wide range of disciplines which he draws upon to create the GBT system.

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  1. Very cool – i was thinking this would be a bjj move (side to side) – love the variety – thank you!

  2. Hi Mike

    Ever since reading your article in Men’s Health I have considered building my fitness level holistically using complex and innovative bodyweight exercises. In your personal opinion, where do you suggest a novice starting point would be or perhaps a progression sequence from GBT…your advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance


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