Australian Taekwondo's national coaching director Karim Dighou has been running weekly online training sessions, which have featured demonstrations from athletes.
The sessions are designed to provide more access to technical coaching to the national taekwondo community.
It is hoped that the initiative will particularly help clubs and participants who have been unable to recommence face-to-face training amid coronavirus restrictions.
The first session covered attacks from close range, direct attacks and different options and training methods.
Session two focused on technical kicking and execution in competition, while session three covered feints to kicking and kicking in the clinch.
Advanced coaches and athletes were targeted in session four while session five this week will be dedicated to the "unwritten rules" in a taekwondo bout.
Athletes involved so far include Australia's former world champion and Olympian Carmen Marton, and fellow home star Bailey Lewis.
Overseas help has come from Belgium's former world champion Jaouad Achab and three-time European champion Aaron Cook, the British born athlete who switched allegiances to Moldova.
The sessions recorded so far can be found here.