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Beginners White Belt training course

Demo introduction
(you will have to join the HSP to get access to all the lessons).

Junan Taiso 'Flexibility & body conditioning' in 5 parts
'Flexibility & body conditioning' (used as a pre-training warm up or stand alone exercise)

This is our basic kids warm up  version, we have many versions with many variations and additions,
from this 15 minute simple 'whole body starter' to hour long specialized conditioning routines.

Instructions

Do each exercise carefully with focus.
Don't rush . . . the quality of your movement is important.

Use natural controlled movements.
Don't over extend any movement, go to your natural range limit.
Keep joints aligned eg. don't twist feet in or out during sumo kicks,
keep them in line with knees.

Stop if you feel any pain, this should be hard but not hurt.

Follow all these instructions

Done correctly this is safe and suitable for any physically capable individual from 7 years up.
It is safe to do daily and should be done at least 3 times a week.


WE RECOMMEND YOU GET A DOCTORS APPROVAL BEFORE DOING ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM

 

Part 1 of 5

Massage (Shiatsu) - body awakening self massage

Focus on awakening your body, stimulating nerves and muscles. Do it vigorously but not so hard that it hurts.

 

 Part 2 of 5

Joint & Muscle conditioning (Kansetsu to Kinniku Taiso) – repetitive movement to warm the whole body

Smaller movement to start with and build up to full range, don't rush it, it's not a race, do each part the best
you can. When we grade this we look for correct technique not speed.

FULL VIDEO AVAILABLE IN HSP PROGRAM

 Part 3 of 5

Strength conditioning (Tairyoku Taiso) – special Ninja push ups, core strengthening & sumo kicks etc
(Jodan - upper, Chudan - middle and Gedan - lower body)

FULL VIDEO AVAILABLE IN HSP PROGRAM

 Part 4 of 5

Stretch routine (Nobiru Junjo) – legendary Ninja stretching for flexibility

Again, correct form is what's important. Don't cheat by bending knees or trying to make it 'look' like you are lower
than you are. Go as far as you can properly and don't over do it. Stretch, like strength takes time.

 

 Part 5 of 5

Internal conditioning (Naika Taiso) – the Ninja ‘yoga’ style of internal exercise

FULL VIDEO AVAILABLE IN HSP PROGRAM

LESSON 1 LINKS

Rei - 'Bow in' & 'Bow out'
Junan Taiso 'Flexibility & body conditioning'
Kamae 'Postures'

plus technique lesson 1

Kihon Happo Gata - '8 Fundamental forms'

If you are enjoying this beginners course you should checkout our NINJA HSP - Home Study Program,
it includes more video (higher quality from more angles) and more training information on each technique
plus you can grade for all the belt levels through to Black Belt.   Access the
HSP click on the link below

WANT TO LEARN MORE . . . JOIN THE CLAN ONLINE

 


Students can complete a nationally recognised 'Sport (Coach) Certificate II' qualification.  This can be used towards further nationally recognised training in the Sport and Recreation field (becoming an instructor/coach) and/or students attaining their SACE in South Australia. 
See our qualifications website for details.


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