What he is doing is a front thrust stomp kick.
Which is part of Kenpo's grouping of kicks.
A front thrust kick is most commonly a snap kick extended past the point of snap, to full extension of the leg and the rear hip extending past the
point of parallel of the other hip. Their are other methods and ranges of this kick; such as
only locking out the knee and no hip extension or locking the knee at three quarters of the way out and then pushing the hip forward or not pushing it forward.
When he was going slow and detailing it, he certainly demonstrated a thrust kick but as he did it "real time" changed it to this stomp kick that Larry is referring to.
Could be more Kenpo potatoes/potahtoes kinda thing but he definitely changed the dynamic of the kick from the thrust kick to the stomp that Larry picked up on.
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