Bujinkan Modern Ninja Skills with Jack Hoban
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This ninja DVD presents an easy-to-understand approach for learning the basics of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, including the following:
- Junan Taiso (stretching and conditioning exercises)
- San Shin no Kata (fundamental body-spirit exercises)
- Kihon Happo (fundamental techniques)
- Weapons Usage
- Tai Sabaki (basic body movements)
- Ukemi (injury prevention)
- Taihenjutsu (movements to avoid danger)
- Rolling breakfalls, cartwheels and leaping techniques
- Uchi Waza (striking methods)
- Keri Waza (kicking methods)
- Kamae (body attitudes, stances)
- Basic Weapons Training; Stick Techniques for the Hanbo, Jo and Rokushaku Bo
- Immobilizing an Armed Assailant
- The Philosophy of the Ninja
Jack Hoban served as a U.S. Marine Corps Captain and is a long time practitioner of martial arts. He is a Master Instructor in the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu and Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu systems under Grand Master Masaaki Hatsumi in Japan and has authored three books on warriorship. Hoban is a Subject Matter Expert for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP). Mr. Hoban also holds an MBA and is an executive in the healthcare industry. Jack's latest book is "The Ethical Warrior." Visit Jack at www.livingvalues.com.
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I'm glad I have them on dvd now, but a mention of that in the description would have been helpful.
I enjoy Jack's taijutsu and the dvd is great.
then able to get the hard to get dvds by hatsumii back then foundations of ninpo and togakure 2 vhs set and then robert busseys set and rbwi set were very cool by the way since i had only got to to o to one of his camps he was trure to what he did
this set is the set of dvd that turned it all around for me as far as the bujinkan was concerned and helped make sense of the basic system. of bujinkan as skh system had these techniques but were not broke down in this manner
this is a great set even now! great start!
his books are great to contain lots of kuden type stuff.
hope it helps you guys in the kan system as it was shaking out from late 80s into the new bujinkan budo taijutsu. it did me helped me aot but i see know there need to be a filler like this one for this gen to the next but those are available by others if sought .
i learned "togakure ryu ninjutsu" then i didnt come back to the bujinkan stuff to the 90s and was lost in the whole budo taijutsu philosphy alot of people said it was the same but it was it was just taijutsu and some of it was watered down at that this helped. yea to all those its the same but there ARE things that just either arent taught or arent taught publically anymore which frankly i found fun.back when i was younger the camps were great fun. but again its till there good luck finding it or proving your worthy to learn it...