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Phil Legare's website
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Hey everyone,
Phil Legare's website is up at http://takaseigi.com

The site has a premium member option that gives its users constantly updated training videos both from the seminars that he does actively and from some friends in Japan.

Check it out!

Posted on: 2012/8/5 1:32
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Re: Spartan vs ninja
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I believe this article on Spike's website sums up what they know and where they may have learned it...

http://www.spike.com/bio/500250?show=31802

Posted on: 2009/4/23 5:18
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Re: Dojo websites
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onibujin.com also has a dojo directory like win. The guys who run it note who has proven to have a valid shidoshi-kai for the year.

I believe its backed by Nagato sensei.

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Re: Buji Rules?
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I could be off but didn't Soke say something about there being "no more forgiveness" for 10th dans and higher in 2007. Something about a 10th demon shogun "kuki taisho".

Sorry if thats out of context.

as for the original post I'd say that if training in the Jinenkan is you path, why change it? There are philosophy differences between the organizations that could interfere with training. Pick one and stay with it.

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Re: Incremental Improvements
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I'll chime in for those of us at the bottom of the skill totem poll.

Get beat up.

I think it's easy even for high ranking people to forget that 50% of training is bieng uke...If I ever start feeling like I "got it", I'll just go up to the nearest shihan and throw a punch.

Earlier in this thread someone mentioned that students acted as a sort of "mirror" for thier own techniques. So, teach them the technique, then be thier uke. Find your own "weaknesses"

be a masochist...its more fun than you might think.

Posted on: 2007/10/17 2:03
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Re: FAQ for choosing a martial art.
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Thank you for the feedback. We've printed a bunch of them out and are giving them to people who come to observe instead of train. Anyone is free to use the article as marketing material for thier dojo.

Dale, I have a uncle out in San Francisco...when I go out to visit next time I'll see about paying your school a visit...saw you on myth busters, very cool!

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FAQ for choosing a martial art.
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Hello,
Here in Pittsburgh I'm in charge of dealing with new and prospective students. I've found that many people have the same questions when starting a martial art, so I wrote a FAQ for our website.
It can be found here: Martial art FAQ

questions and feedback welcome

-Brian Fine, Pittsburgh Bujinkan Taka Seigi Dojo

Posted on: 2007/10/12 4:11
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