mae geri – front kick. mae geri keage is a snap front kick, and mae geri kekomi is a thrust front kick. The strike is made with the ball of the foot (josokutei), and with the toes pulled up and back. mae kakato geri is a kick that strikes with the heel.
kin geri – Gedan kick using kasokutei (top of foot ).
mawashi geri – roundhouse kick
ushiro geri – back thrust kick
yoko geri – side kick. yoko geri keage is a snap side kick, and yoko geri kekomi is a thrust side kick. The strike is with sokuto, the outside edge of the foot.
kansetsu geri – stamping kick, joint kick
kake geri – hook kick
ashi barai – foot sweep. Either a hooking sweep using the inside/instep of the foot (sokko) or a larger sweeping of the leg.
mae tobi geri – jumping front kick
yoko tobi geri – jumping side thrust kick
hiza geri or hiza ate – knee kick
tobi geri – jumping kick
tobi nidan geri – jumping double kick
ushiro tobi geri – jumping back kick
yoko tobi geri – jumping side kick
ura yoko geri – spinning side kick
ura yoko tobi geri – spinning jumping side kick
ura ushiro tobi geri – spinning jumping back kick
ura mawashi geri – spinning roudhouse kick
kakatoto oshi – heel kick/heel drop
fumikomi geri – stamping kick, strike is made by stamping inwards (the kansetsu geri is similar but towards the outside).
gyaku mawashi geri – reverse roundhouse kick. Delivered from inside to outside of body.
mikazuki geri – crescent kick (inside to outside). Also called soto mikazuki geri.
kakato geri – inside crescent kick (outside to inside). Also called uchi mikazuki geri.
ura mikazuki tobi geri – spinning jumping crescent kick
otoshi geri – descending kick, or axe kick (also otoshi kake geri)