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Re: Has anyone seen the "Warrior Fitness" book by Jonathan Haas?
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I took the pictures for Jon's book. At the risk of sounding biased (which I don't mean to do) I had the opportunity to work through the exercises and program material before, during, and after the publication of Warrior Fitness. It's a great book! I mean that, seriously. The exercises are simple in design but REALLY give you a workout, and the programs you can create will give you endless possibilities and definitely increase your fitness level.

There's a lot of information in the book that is relevant not only to Bujinkan students, but for anyone who is interested in increasing their fitness level. Take it from someone who likes chocolate more than pushups... it's a great book to own and use.

Posted on: 2008/7/23 2:21
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Need translator (Polish to English)
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Hey everyone,

This isn't necessarily a "Soapbox" issue, but I'm looking for a person to translate a CD review of my band's album written in Polish and translated into English. The review is 701 words long, and I'm willing to pay assuming it's a reasonable price.

If someone is interested, can you please email me directly (jsager <at> shinobi <dot> org)? Thanks!

(Apologies to Shawn if this isn't the right place for this.

Posted on: 2008/3/13 3:35
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Re: Questions about Quest VHS and DVDs
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I've met the guys from Quest before and they don't speak English, so I didn't think to. BUT... I did finally manage to come across their Bujinkan media list (in Japanese). In case anyone else is interested you can view it here:

Quest's list of Bujinkan VHS and DVD media

I will go by this list.


Posted on: 2007/3/10 0:07
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Questions about Quest VHS and DVDs
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Hey everyone,

Can anyone tell me the names of any VHS tapes from Quest - in the Bujinkan series, and if there are any - that come after SPA-5540?

I'm trying to figure out when the VHS tapes stopped and when the DVDs began.

Thanks in advance.

Josh

Posted on: 2007/3/9 10:43
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Re: A New (Old) Interview with Hatsumi Sensei
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I'm glad you all are enjoying the interview. I first interviewed him in 1997, and it was nice to be able to sit down with him again in '03.

To James, those dates were before my time, so you could be right. I have no problem changing the dates and information, but I would only want to do so after getting some definitive confirmation. Obviously the dates don't matter in the grand scheme of the mesage of the interview, but I do appreciate the need for accuracy. If you should happen to get absolutely "proof" of the date of the first Taikai (and location) please let me know. Thanks!

Posted on: 2007/1/19 2:21
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A New (Old) Interview with Hatsumi Sensei
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Hey everyone,

Back in 2003 - during the U.S. Taikai in New Jersey - I was fortunate enough to (once again) interview Hatsumi Sensei. This interview was supposed to be for a publication that never came to fruition. As I was looking through my computer I found the interview and realized that I never did anything with it. So... I thought I would put it online and share it with you all.

A few of the questions are a little dated, but I think overall the interview is still quite current and if I do say myself I was very happy to have been able to ask him questions that I've never heard anyone ask him before.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. It's a quick but thought-provoking read. You can view it here:

Hatsumi Sensei Interview from 2003

Posted on: 2007/1/18 0:24
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Looking for nice Bujin kanji for Buyu Camp certificate
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Hey folks,

Working at the 11th hour here. I'm creating a participation certificate for the East Coast Buyu Camp taking place this weekend. As I am at the office and don't have access to my graphics files at home, I'm wondering if anyone can provide me with a nice 300dpi or higher resolution graphic of the kanji for Bujin in a vertical format - as is used on our patches.

If you have something that Hatsumi-Sensei has done in calligraphy that would be even nicer, but if not even a nice-looking Japanese font (not Mincho or Gothic, please) would be greatly appreciated.

If you can help me out, please send it to jsager@shinobi.org.

Thanks!

Josh

Posted on: 2006/9/23 1:17
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Combatives Workshop (Jack Hoban and USMC) - July 9th, New Jersey, USA
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Jack Hoban (Subject Matter Expert & Black Belt Emeritus for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program) and Master Gunnery Sergeant Shane Franklin USMC, who is the Staff Non Commissioned Officer - In - Charge at the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence (MACE) in Quantico, VA, are hosting a combatives workshop on July 9th from 10AM to 2 or 3PM. Anyone interested in military or peacekeeping combatives is welcome to attend. See this page.

This is, of course, happening the day after the Warriorship seminar Jack is hosting (also in NJ) on July 8th. Information for that seminar is here.

You can get a discount to the Sunday seminar if you also attend the Saturday seminar.

Hope to see you there!

Posted on: 2006/6/20 23:39
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Re: 2nd Annual East Coast Buyu Camp (Sep 23 - 25)
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Hope no one minds the bump. The Buyu Camp is right around the corner!

Posted on: 2005/8/23 22:44
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2nd Annual East Coast Buyu Camp (Sep 23 - 25)
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Hey everyone; it's that time again! The 1st East Coast Buyu Camp was such a success we decided to have another one. The 2nd Annual Buyu Camp for the East Coast will be from September 23rd through the 25th. It's being held at the same venue as last year - the Kateri Environmental Cente in Wickatunk, NJ.

This is an event not to be missed! For more information:

2nd Annual East Coast Buyu Camp

Posted on: 2005/8/4 21:56
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