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El Paso?
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Hey there folks!

I'm moving from n. Cal to West Texas, looking for some training around El Paso.

Anybody know anybody out that direction?

Posted on: 2015/7/13 7:38
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Re: Dojo location Savannah, GA
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Hey there, just moved to Brunswick, ga... I'm down for some training if you want to get together! I'm just a sho-dan, so it's not like I have a bunch to share, but I'm all for some training! And, for the first time in YEARS I've actually got weekend off!

Posted on: 2014/11/16 2:24
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Re: Kyudo within the nine schools
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first post on here in a LONG time, but I thought I'd bump this up cause I too am very interested in this aspect of our art!
anybody out there know?

Posted on: 2014/8/17 12:09
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Training in Northern California / Southern Oregon
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Hi there folks,

Just reaching out once again to see if there is anyone training near me...

I live about 25 miles south of the Oregon/California border on the east side of the Cascade Mountains and I'm looking for people to train with!
Anybody out there?

Posted on: 2013/1/10 14:02
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Re: Bujinkan Training Theme 2013
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Hmmmmm interesting!

Posted on: 2013/1/10 13:56
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Re: How do you rate ......
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I think (of course this is all opinion isn't it?) that the most important two things on the list are the last two listed, good health and athletics.
if you work on having thoes two things the others come much more easily. And no, I'm not all that healthy and I'm not in very good shape. as in all things knowing what is right and doing what is right are two entirely different things! lol!

Posted on: 2010/1/3 6:02
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Re: The topic of resistance
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Darren, I think that is an important point you just made. The attack MUST be realistic. This is not saying that you have to punch/kick/grab at full speed, heck you could be moving at 1 inch per minute, but if their face was in the way of your fist you would still punch it. at 1 inch per minute.
I think as an Uke, or Tori it is very important to keep the same speed through the whole technique, rather than speeding up when you get behind, or slowing down to allow your partner to catch up. If your timing is off, it's off. So what? Do it again, correctly this time. That's what training is for isn't it?

just my two cents...

Posted on: 2009/12/23 4:36
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Re: N. Cali
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thanks guys, I appreciate the help

Posted on: 2009/12/4 1:52
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N. Cali
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Hey folks, just wondering if anyone out there has a line on a dojo in N. California or S. Oregon. I live about 10 miles for the border on the Cal. side. the nearest city is Klamath Falls in Oregon(about 50 miles) the closest city in CA is Ashland or Weed, not sure which. Either way, if anyone out there knows of anyone looking to train, or of a dojo nearby, please let me know!

Posted on: 2009/11/28 7:37
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Re: Bujinkan Toshin?
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there is a great book on bladesmithing in general called "The Complete Bladesmith: forging your way to perfection" by Jim Hrisoulas. While obviously you can't learn everything from a book, the author has a wealth of knowlege about bladesmithing, including pattern welding(modern day damascas), Japanese swordmaking and all kinds of other things... It's available on amazon for about 20$ U.S. It might be worth your time to look it up!

Posted on: 2009/11/28 7:30
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