A very short demonstration of very basic Genbukan Ninpo Bugei Tai-jutsu techniques demonstrated by Terry Stewart (4th Dan) with Clive Stewart (4th dan) as Uke. These techniques are usually practiced in a more formal fashion. However the objective here is to show how basic Ninpo Tai-Jutsu can be used against the more common type of attackers. If one can do the correct patterns in the formal way then one can naturally adapt them to different situations. For more information about Genbukan Ninpo Bugei in South Africa please visit www.genbukansa.com
THIS IS A OUTDOOR VIDEO TRAINING NINPO AND BUDO TAIJUTSU IN THE FOREST OF MT HOOD WHERE I LIVE. I AM ALSO PRODUCT TESTING SOME WARAJI SANDALS I GOT FROM JAPAN FROM WWW.KORISUYA.COM. THE MUSIC IS FROM ZEN GARDEN. THISMUSIC IS SHAKUHACHI THE JAPANESE FLUTE AND I BOUGHT THIS CD FOR TRAINING AND I RECOMMEND YOU GO AND BUY IT. THIS IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR REAL TRAINING. IF YOU TRAIN, BE SAFE AND HAVE A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL PRESENT. THE CREATOR OF THIS VIDEO IS NOT LIABLE IF YOU GET HURT TRYING THINGS IN THIS VIDEO. I REPRESENT MASTER PARK CHOSON NINJA AND HIS DTG KARTATE SCHOOL IN THE ART OF NINTAIJUTSU AND I HAVE 6 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE BUJINKAN OF HATSUMIS BUDO TAIJUTSU AND NINJUTSU SCHOOLS
Un premier extrait de la prestation du club d’Aiki jujutsu du club de Frethun lors de la nuit des samouraïs
Défense sur étranglement montré lors du stage de Jujutsu du 14 mars 2009.
What is Body Mechanics? — Read more here — Body mechanics is the utilization of correct muscles to complete a task safely and efficiently, without undue strain on any muscle or joint. “Silat Body Mechanics” could be defined as easy body movements in executing any defense or offense with no occurence of any possible musculoskeletal injuries. In Pencak Silat, by knowing both the concepts and body mechanics, one could expand his/her techniques exponentially. So, other then silat concepts, understanding the correct body mechanics for pushing, pulling, lifting and pivoting is quite important in silat. Furthermore, by doing so, we can keep our body in good physical condition and reduce the chance of injury. By using proper silat body mechanics, we can avoid excessive fatigue, muscle tears and skeletal injuries. In addition, in this sharing session, we also demonstrate PSPS Gerak 41′s ‘Sembah Salam Perguruan’. Enjoy! For more info on Pencak Silat Gerak 41, feel free to visit our website: www.silatg41.com
Silat developed in the jungles of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore (and surrounding countries). Silat fighters train not only empty hand but also with and against weapons. For more information on Silat classes in DC area, go to www.silatma.com or http
Human Weapon was a weekly television show on The History Channel that premiered on July 20, 2007. The hosts, Jason Chambers and Bill Duff, travel across the world studying the unique martial arts, or styles of fighting, that have origins in the region. Each episode usually consists of a brief introduction regarding the featured martial art, including footage of established fighters sparring. The hosts will then travel to various locations, learning several strikes, blocks, or other techniques valuable to the particular art from various instructors and/or masters. Along the way, they learn about the origins and cultural history of each fighting style. To help the viewer understand the moves the hosts learn, each technique is visually broken down with a motion capture element. After practicing featured aspects of the art, the hosts typically assess the various skills and their effectiveness. At the end of each episode one of the hosts must fight a representative of the episode’s fighting style. The show is similar to a later program called “Fight Quest”. In August 2008, the History Channel cancelled the show