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Re: The Case For Systemic Effectiveness

Subject: Re: The Case For Systemic Effectiveness
by RJHIII on 2009/4/15 8:51:12

The Bujinkan arts aren't taught the way most koryu is taught. The bujinkan arts are only as effective as its members. Basically the arts themselves are neither effective or ineffective on their own, it is up to the budoka.

But, the basics are set up to be taught one after the other in order to move into the kata. In practice, most bujinkan dojo lack this aspect, which can creates gaps in effectiveness of their members.

It boils down to how each dojo practices and not the whole of the bujinkan. And, it is up to the individual to practice certain ways to fill any gaps their dojo might have.
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