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Re: Dojo websites
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What really helps websites is search engine optimization.

Basically creating the websites in a way that makes the website look good to search engines. Search engines are essentially computers that crawl the web indexing the pages for searches. If your content is formatted in a way that makes sense (using headers, paragraphs, etc) the search engines can find your page and index it easily and in turn people can find your page easily.

You then make it look nice for humans using CSS (cascading stylesheets).

Here's an example: http://www.bujinkanbc.com/

Posted on: 2009/2/24 14:38
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Re: Very simple question
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I was never taught how to tie my belt "Bujinkan" style so I just tie it the way I did at the past martial art I practiced.

Some people tuck the dangling ends of the belt back into itself so they're harder to manipulate - "belt flossing" should be a kihon.

Posted on: 2008/6/4 3:13
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Re: where do you train outside the dojo?
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Playgrounds are nice to train at - just don't be creepy about it.

Posted on: 2008/6/4 3:08
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The gi's from Hugo Sport are pretty nice too:

http://www.hugosport.com/

Posted on: 2008/6/4 3:03
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Re: Kacem Zoughari out of the Bujinkan?
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Four years ago people on Kutaki were saying that Ishizuka was out of the Bujinkan (I can't find the threads because they've been deleted). He's been in the Bujinkan despite this rumor, he was even at Daikomyosai in December.

Be careful what you read.

Posted on: 2008/5/3 9:03
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Re: Rolling
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I havn't "saved my life" using ukemi but I have prevented serious injury and discomfort even outside the dojo :)

The 'confidence' derived from Ukemi is great too - it extends to sports and other physical activities.

Posted on: 2007/9/1 19:24
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Re: Rolling
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Rolling is important because it can save your life.

According to Charles Daniel you're more likely going to protect yourself form a critical fall using Ukemi than you would protect yourself from an attacker using Taijutsu. I think... I gotta read that book again.

I guess he reckons that everyone falls sometime or another - I just hope I have good Ukemi when I'm a senior citizen.

Posted on: 2007/8/30 18:02
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Re: Small thought on movement
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I'm too low ranking to know :p

Also my "immovable opinion" is easily swayed by common sense.

^__^

Posted on: 2007/2/16 9:41
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Re: Punching and stuff.
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Screw punching all together. It's all about the two fisted Captain Kirk.

Posted on: 2007/2/16 7:59
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Re: We are the best ... no we are!
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...and you can sum up my post as "everything has a place"

Posted on: 2007/2/16 7:52
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