There are thousands upon thousands of instructional videos out there on various subjects, but probably none more than the martial arts. To truly study the martial arts of any kind requires actual instruction, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t seek out other venues to continue studying. For years you learned from being in the class room and there was really no other option, but thanks to varying technologies there are tons of avenues for those willing and wanting to step up their game. One of the more recent and most efficient for the martial artist looking to not only improve their basic kicks, but also begin to step into the world of tricking is Freestyle Acrobatics: Level 1 Basic Tricks.
Freestyle Acrobatics does something pretty unique with their debut video, they start at the beginning. A lot of videos of this kind just assume that everyone either already knows how to do the basics or will figure them out and jumps right into the cool stuff everyone wants to learn. The problem is that you have to have these fundamentals to move forward. As a martial artist you will most likely find half of this video a recap of things you should already know, but it never hurts to keep practicing. If this is the case it works perfect to train you and allow you to perfect those you already know, before moving on to the harder tricks. While some may say they messed up by not including just an entire video of the cool stuff and just want to make money, but in reality this is the perfect way of delivering the information and forcing your “students” to work their way up just like in a real class. Each technique is broken down step by step with full speed and slow motion execution of each kick. It’s simple and basic approach takes away all the condescending attitude most of these videos put out and instead makes you feel like it’s ok to learn.
This is a no rush perfect training tool for anyone out there struggling with those cool trick kicks they are so desperately wanting to learn. While it may seem there are tons of people in the world doing these techniques, in reality this is a specialty art that is not often found in a lot of traditional schools, but one that will do nothing but make you a better rounded martial artist if for nothing else the agility, balance and focus it will improve. If you are looking to really step up your game and get some air with your kicks then you need to check out this first volume of what is sure to be the next big thing in training videos.
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