Osamu Inoue TaeKwondo Training
TaeKwonDo Training with Osamu Inoue
Osamu Inoue is a Japanese national. He practiced karate and kendo as a youngster in Japan. He went to live in the United States. They took up tae kwon do and advanced to the second dan level. He won multiple taekwondo competitions in the United States and Japan (both in sparring and in forms).
TaeKwonDo Training DVDs by Osamu Inoue are a wonderful source and home study help for new TaeKwonDo trainees of any age.
* ESSENTIAL TRAINING
This DVD has over 311 minutes of critical material as well as thorough step-by-step tutorials of basic motions necessary to create more advanced skills.
The following are presented in Basic Training:
– TaeKwonDo philosophy – Body parts employed efficiently in defense and offense
– Basic posture and stances
– Punches and blocks
– 6 types of fundamental defense
– 9 types of fundamental offensive
– 9 fundamental moves used in defenses and strikes
– A more in-depth look into sparing.
* INTERIOR TRAINING
This DVD contains over 96 minutes of critical material as well as thorough step-by-step instructions for intermediate movements used to practice fundamental skills and build more advanced maneuvers.
The following are presented during intermediate training:
-Stretching and stretching with a partner
-Basic Defense Review
-Basic Offense and Kicking
-A Wide Range of Combinations
-More than 36 Practice Routines
-Forms include Pyon-An II and Pyon-An IV, as well as Kum-Mu IV.
-Sparring: gliding steps practice
-Reduce the temperature.
* EXTENSIVE TRAINING
This DVD contains over 91 minutes of critical material as well as thorough step-by-step instructions for intermediate motions needed to practice more advanced techniques and increase your abilities and strength.
– Advanced training includes the following features:
– Go over and practice routines.
– Pyon-An, Kum-Mu, Chou-Gi, and Pal Sek are black belt forms.
– Practice Method: Explanation of punch, kick, and black belt routines in detail.
– A wide range of combinations
– Sparring points
– Extensive comments and helpful pointers on how to prevent the most typical blunders.
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