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Ninjutsu Techniques – 4 Areas of Ninja Training for Maximum Skill Proficiency In Bujinkan Taijutsu

If you’re looking to get the most out of your ninja training, and you want your ninjutsu techniques to be as powerful, effective, and efficient as possible, then you cannot rely on only one type of training. Mastery in ninjutsu, as in any other endeavor, should be more about skill proficiency, then merely collecting a lot of techniques. The focus of this article is to explore several “types” of training that, together, serve to produce the kind of power and effectiveness that you want in your ninjutsu techniques – whether we’re talking about unarmed self-defense skills, or with any of your ninja weapons. In fact, I’ll be outlining four areas of training that will each provide certain benefits that the others just do not.

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Training – Have You Made Yourself The Victim of Training Procrastination?

Are you a victim of “training procrastination” in your Bujinkan ninjutsu training? Regardless of your rank, or how long you’ve been involved in ninja training, you really should think about that before dismissing it with an egotistical, “Not me.” In fact, go ahead and read this article and let’s see whether or not I hit a nerve before you reach the end!

Ninjutsu Techniques – Using the Ninja’s Concept of “Posturing” To Defend Yourself

One of the biggest misconceptions regarding ninjutsu techniques, involves the belief that a ninja always uses weapons or disappears in a cloud of smoke. But, the principles and concepts found in ninpo taijutsu, the ninja’s self-defense method, are actually more suited to effective street self-defense than many of the martial arts and self-defense programs available both on and off the internet. This article focuses on one such concept – the idea of “posturing” – as a powerful skill for controlling, escaping from, or successfully surviving a real street self-defense attack.

Ground Kembativz: Street Solutions to Common MMA Set-Ups With Kelly McCann

“Ground Kembativz: Street Solutions to Common MMA Set-Ups” with Kelly McCann is volume six of the “Kelly McCann’s Crucible High-Risk Environment Training” series. In this DVD, produced by Paladin Press, McCann addresses how to deal with some of the more common situations you may face if you must fight an opponent with MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) skills, regardless if they train in MMA, or just happen to be a brawler who has picked a few things up along the way.

Three Kung Fu Secrets for Staying Young

The art of Kung Fu has many treasures for daily life. Here are some tips on staying young and fit from this ancient art.

Aiming for the Chi

In terms of martial arts, martial arts website is one online site catering to potential athletes and any interested citizen looking for a boost in physical education and physical health. Armed with their offers to catering martial arts and skills such as tai chi and kung fu, this athletic-related online service site serves its purpose to improved health, physical skill, and so much more.

They Invaded Your Home And You Need To Survive: How to Survive a Knife Fight

Home invasion, muggings an terrorist attacks, these are dangerous times. To survive, you need to know how to deal with a knife fight.

How to Stay Relaxed and Calm in Martial Arts

Some people lose self-control while practicing martial arts. They feel the urge to hit someone just to showcase their skills.

Kung Fu: A Brief History of Shaolin Martial Arts

The military history of Kung Fu goes back over 4000 years with tactics weaponry and barehand skills already well established by the time of the Yellow Emperor (2698 BCE). The Shaolin Temple, founded 495 CE, has been a centre of martial activity ever since, but Northern Shaolin Kung Fu’s debut on the world stage goes back to the struggle to establish the Tang Dynasty of Li Shimin (599-649 CE) later, Emperor Taizhong. This saw its first public displays in support of Li Shimin, culminating with the Temple’s involvement in the Battle of Hulao, in 621 CE.

How to Choose The Martial Art That Is Right For You

These days, more people take part in martial arts training sessions. Some individuals do this only for exercise or as a type of social diversion. Several would like to challenge themselves in order to learn something brand-new but still many others engage in martial arts to have self defense training.

The History of Combat Tai Chi Part II: Yang Style, Wu Style, and the 20th Century

Tai Chi was founded around 1300 c.e. Although it is hard to pinpoint the exact location of its origins, many believe it came from Wu Tang (pronounced Wu Dong) mountain. The full name of the art is Tai Chi Chuan which translates as Grand Ultimate Fist. The name indicates that the founders of the art believed it to be the ultimate style. On mainland China, Kung Fu had been founded around 700 years earlier and where martial arts styles proliferated, this claim would have been hard to defend without some significant martial ability to back it up. Almost all significant styles of Tai Chi including Chen style, Yang style, and Wu style teach combat applications for the art. It was not until the early 20th century that the health aspects of Tai Chi were taught separately from the art itself.

The History of Combat Tai Chi Part I: Origins and Chen Style

Tai Chi was founded around 1300 c.e. Although it is hard to pinpoint the exact location of its origins, many believe it came from Wu Tang (pronounced Wu Dong) mountain. The full name of the art is Tai Chi Chuan which translates as Grand Ultimate Fist. The name indicates that the founders of the art believed it to be the ultimate style. On mainland China, Kung Fu had been founded around 700 years earlier and where martial arts styles proliferated, this claim would have been hard to defend without some significant martial ability to back it up. Almost all significant styles of Tai Chi including Chen style, Yang style, and Wu style teach combat applications for the art. It was not until the early 20th century that the health aspects of Tai Chi were taught separately from the art itself.

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