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Re: which time intervalls for the single kyu/dan-examinations?
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@tommy 8 ball:
I`m not in the bujinkan for the belts..I`m just looking for an average, and to study my progress. So if I`m too slow, I can push my training in the dojo and at home, if I`m too fast, I can push it also, but in the right way.
Don`t misunderstand me, I`m only curious...

greetinx

Posted on: 2008/11/27 17:51
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Re: which time intervalls for the single kyu/dan-examinations?
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I know, the rank is just a colour/number, and the most important is that your taijutsu "grow up".
I did only want to know the average. but it`s difficult to show one, because every person is an individual...

so, in this way: NINPO IKKAN

Greetings from the hidden mountains in switzerland!

Posted on: 2008/11/14 18:53
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which time intervalls for the single kyu/dan-examinations?
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Hy there villagers!

Which time intervalls for the single kyu/dan-examinations do you have/had in your dojo`s?
I`ve trained karate and jujutsu, and it was always a 3-4 month period. Is it the same in the bujinkan?
I`m looking for an average.
Thanx for replies..
..and sorry for my terrible english

Posted on: 2008/11/13 23:08
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Re: Junan Taiso
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Thanx for the info`s!
I`ll collect some of the exercises untill I`ll start my training again (in the moment, I`ve got a broken hand; not from the training, but from my work...), and then I`ll ask also my sensei about this theme.

Greetings from the hidden mountain dojo in switzerland

Posted on: 2008/11/13 17:46
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Re: Junan Taiso
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I think google isnt my friend in that way,
I dont find pics of the exercises.
so I think I`ll stop to work earlier next time and ask my sensei for a "manual".
Thanx anyway for the time you spend!

NINPO IKKAN

Posted on: 2008/11/12 20:13
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Re: Junan Taiso
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Thanx Kouryuu for the information. I`ll order the book.

But until I`ll get it: Do you know some www-sites about that?
In my dojo, we dont exercise the warm-ups especially, only some kaiten, ukemi, sanshin no kata and kihon happo. The students appear some minutes before the training starts and do the junan taiso for it self. And most of the days I dont have the time to come earlier to the dojo for doing that. so you understand my "problem"?

Greetings from the hidden mountain dojo in switzerland

Posted on: 2008/11/12 19:18
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Re: Junan Taiso
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Thanx to Radarblip and Darren!

I dont search some specific, I just want to "upgrade" my basics.
Ive started with the bbt 3 months ago, and before that Ive trained karate and jujutsu, so I know some "warm ups".

Posted on: 2008/11/12 7:04
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Hy Buyu`s

Does anybody knows a site with pics of the junan taiso-exercises?
Thanx for help

NINPO IKKAN

Posted on: 2008/11/11 23:37
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