With the influx of online content helping us stay entertained during lockdown, it’s never been easier to master an art you’ve been toying with trying for a while.
And now you can get your karate chops on in your PJs.
Thanks to The Bruce Lee Foundation, a new ‘Wednesday Workout with the Twinjas’ series has launched, which sees cyberspace tutorials guide people on how to execute killer moves.
The videos aim to teach different tricks, offering a range of challenges from push-up techniques to kick-outs to grappling.
The Twinjas, aka Oliver and Jonathan Ho, already boast 5k followers on Instagram at the grand old age of seven.
Their bio describes them as ‘martial art twins 50% Chinese, 50% Italian… 100% action’.
The rising stars train in BJJ [Brazilian Jiu Jitsu], wrestling, striking, weapons, and climbing. They’re also proud collectors of Pokémon cards and enjoy digging for worms.
The twins have joined forces with The Bruce Lee Foundation and their professional stuntman dad Steven for the lessons which are designed to get people up and moving.
They state that no martial arts experience is necessary, and the workouts are for the whole family to keep everyone healthy and entertained during these social distancing times.
Participants are being asked to share their photos and videos alongside the weekly tasks, using the hashtag #BruceLeeTwinjas.
Dad Steven is a regular guest on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, and has worked on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films as well as Britney Spears’ video for Hold It Against Me where he choreographed the Britney vs. Britney fight scene.
For more info, visit The Twinjas.