Neuromove applicato al Kendo (Gratis)

Neuromove applied to kendo

Kendo training is a comprehensive process that requires the development of several physical and mental components. Here is a brief explanation of the main training areas:

1. Core:
The core, which includes the abdominals and lower back muscles, is critical for stability and movement control in kendo. A strong core helps you maintain proper posture and generate power during your shots.

2. Ankle:
Ankle strength and flexibility are crucial for the quick, agile movements required in kendo. Specific exercises improve stability and prevent injuries, allowing quick changes of direction and fluid movements.

3. Lower Limbs:
The legs provide the basis for all movements in kendo. Workouts that strengthen the quadriceps, hamstrings and calves improve power in steps and jumps, as well as support the guard position.

4. Upper Arts:
The arms and shoulders are essential for the accuracy and speed of the shots. The training includes exercises to increase strength, endurance and coordination, ensuring powerful and controlled shots.

5. Also:
Hip mobility and strength are vital for striking power and fluidity of movement. Hip mobility exercises help improve extension and flexibility, contributing to more effective technique.

6. Aerobic Endurance:
Aerobic endurance is necessary to maintain energy and concentration during training and competitions. Cardiovascular exercises, such as running or swimming, improve lung capacity and general endurance.

7. Stretching:
Stretching is important for maintaining flexibility and preventing injuries. Static and dynamic stretching exercises help improve joint mobility and reduce muscle tension.

8. Visual cognitive training:
Kendo requires great hand-eye coordination and quick reaction skills. Exercises that train visual perception, concentration and reaction speed improve the cognitive skills necessary to anticipate the opponent's movements and respond quickly.

Overall kendo training integrates these elements to develop a practitioner who is strong, agile and mentally ready to engage in combat.

Addressed to:

-Professionals related to health and sport, Kendo coaches, physical education professors, graduates in motor sciences, physiotherapists who seek to broaden the vision of the Neuromove methodology.

-Athletes and sportsmen, kendoche who want to protect themselves from injuries and recover their body through the exercises of this methodology.

Neuromove applicato al Kendo (Gratis)

Applied neuroscience in 8 modules on video

Neuromove applied to Kendo (Free)

Each video in our kendo training course will cover one of the following topics, with detailed explanations of each exercise; They are each:

  1. Core: We'll explain exercises like planks, crunches, and Russian twists, highlighting how to strengthen your abs and lower back to improve stability and power in kendo movements.

  2. Ankle: We will demonstrate single-leg balance exercises, jumps and ankle circular movements, showing how to improve strength and flexibility for greater agility and injury prevention.

  3. Lower limbs: We'll cover squats, lunges and jumps, explaining how to increase strength and power in the legs, essential for basic and advanced kendo movements.

  4. Higher Arts: We will demonstrate exercises such as push-ups, weight lifting and shinai training, to strengthen arms and shoulders, improving the accuracy and strength of the strikes.

  5. Also: We will demonstrate mobility exercises such as hip openers, deep squats and lateral lunges, to increase flexibility and power in rotation and attack movements.

  6. Aerobic resistance: We will feature high-intensity running, jumping rope and circuit routines to improve the cardiovascular endurance needed during kendo training and competitions.

  7. Stretching: We will illustrate a series of static and dynamic stretching exercises to maintain muscle and joint flexibility, prevent injuries and promote recovery.

  8. Visual cognitive training: We will explain reaction exercises, hand-eye coordination and attention games, to improve reaction speed and concentration, which are essential for anticipating the opponent's movements.

Each video will provide clear and practical guidance on how to perform the exercises correctly, explaining the importance of each muscle group and their specific applications in kendo.

highlights of the training program

Our Team

Chi siamo

Giacomo Pezzo


Doctor in Sports Science at the University of Brescia.

Fitness coach in sports and functional rehabilitation.

Researcher in teaching methodologies, motor and cognitive learning.

physical education professor at Wells International School – Bangkok, Thailand.

Cintura nera, 5 ° and in Kendo.

Neuromove applicato al Kendo (Gratis)

Jose De Laurentis


Doctor in Physical Education at’IPEF Cordoba Argentina.

Specialization in Movement Therapy at the University of Villa Maria Cordoba, Argentina.

Researcher in the field of neuro coordination, motor control and training physiology.

Consultant cognitive neuroscience applied to learning motor, fitness and sports.

ATP tennis physical trainer and FIT.

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