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Tag Archives: ninjutsu technique

Ninja History 101: Ninjutsu Training

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Masaaki Hatsumi, one of Japan’s few remaining ninja practitioners, describes the ninja of old as the perfect all-around athletes of their day. Learn about the intense regimen that produced such well-rounded warriors.
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Posted in General Martial Arts History, Japanese Martial Arts History, Ninjutsu.

Ninjutsu Training Tips Anyone Can Use!

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Ninjutsu was born into a world enveloped in war. Because of its violent childhood, ninjutsu techniques focused on methods that worked in the worst situations. Learn how YOU can apply them to your martial arts training!
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Ninja History 101: Spies and Assassins

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

As Heichichiro Okuse says, it was cunning and deception that gave the ninja the edge over their enemies. These traits were emphasized and sharpened during ninjutsu training. The ninja raised espionage to a highly developed art centuries before such training was given to cloak-and-dagger agents in Western countries.

There were three main categories of ninjutsu training
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Posted in General Martial Arts History, Japanese Martial Arts History, Ninjutsu.