Teaching Seminar 1 – Kenji Mitsumoto – Basic Judo
Kenji Mitsumoto – Teaching seminar 2
Tommy Mortensen – Games
Kenji Mitsumoto – Fast ne-waza exercise
Lukasz Smorzewski – Tai-otoshi
Lars Maagaard – Sasae-tsurikomi-ashi
Kenji Mitsumoto – Uchikomi training
Kenji Mitsumoto – Osaekomi-waza training
Tommy Mortensen – Yamanashi grip
Kenji Mitsumoto – Ne-waza movement training
Kenji Mitsumoto – Warmup
Jessica Thiblin – Circuit training
Martin Thiblin – Gripping
Tommy Mortensen – Yoko-tomoe-nage
Kenji Mitsumoto – Footfork ladder drills
Kenji Mitsumoto – Ne-waza stomach exercises
Kenji Mitsumoto – Kansetsu-waza uchikomi
Marcus Hannerz – Ashi-waza – Left against right
Kenji Mitsumoto – Ashi-waza drills
Naoya Haraguchi – Kumite
Naoya and Satoshi – Ashi-waza favorite technique
Thor Rasmussen – Yoko-shiho-gatame
Tommy Mortensen – Sutemi-waza exercises
Tommy Mortensen – Sumigaeshi in two ways
Tommy Mortensen – Key lock, from between ukes legs
Satoshi Hanada – Sankakku to osaekomi with key lock
Kenji Mitsumoto – Obi-tori-gaeshi training
Kenji Mitsumoto – How to get better and stronger
Naoya and Satoshi – Footwork
Kenji Mitsumoto – Ukemi
Kenji Mitsumoto – Explnation of Rei
Kenji Mitsumoto – Defending exercises
Kenji Mitsumoto – Deashi-barai
Thomas Wiingaard – Turn with sankakku
Thomas Wiingaard – Kansetsu-waza
Pablo Corulo – Ejercicios
Kenji Mitsumoto – Solo exercise
Kenji Mitsumoto – Balance game with obi
Kenji Mitsumoto – Footwork ladder drills
Satoshi Hanada – Turn
Satoshi Hanada – Sankakku in two ways
Kenji Mitsumoto – Ukemi practice with partner
Kenji Mitsumoto – Self defence 3
Kenji Mitsumoto – Self defence 2
Kenji Mitsumoto – Self defence 1