Front Kick
This is a very linear kick. The practitioner raises the knee to the waist, pulls the toes back and quickly extends the foot at the target.The front kick is one of the first kicks learned in TaeKwondo; if mastered it can become one of the most powerful. This technique is more meant to be used
Side Kick
From a right kicking stance pivot right on your left foot away from your target. Look over right shoulder at target and lift your right knee to your chest. Kick your heel straight back towards your target and resume kicking stance after hitting the target. More power can be achieved  by stepping forward and then starting
Round Kick
The practitioner raises the knee, turns the hips, pivots on the non-kicking foot, and snaps the kick horizontally into the target at an 80 to 90-degree angle, either with the instep or with the ball of the foot (in the latter case, with the toes pulled back out of the way as in a front
Axe Kick
Raise your leg vertically as high as you can and then bring your leg down against the target. Try to strike the target with the heel of your food. The heel bone is more effective than striking with the sole or ball of your foot. To maximize effectiveness work on flexibility so you don’t pull your