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Re: Training near Kansas City, MO
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To the best of my knowledge there are no bujinkan genbukan or jinenkan dojo's in the Kansas City area. There are a few To Shin do dojo's but thats it. It may have changed though.

Posted on: 2013/12/16 20:01
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Re: we've been spamned!
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Gotta watch out for those online spamming ninjas!

Posted on: 2013/11/11 19:08
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Re: Nutrition and Martial Arts.
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I honestly have never understood how someone can claim to be a martial artist and eat nothing but junk food and not have any kind of conditioning program.

Posted on: 2013/8/22 11:20
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Re: Nutrition and Martial Arts.
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I LOVE veggies cooked raw with hotsauces i love good meats too eggs fish fowl nuts seeds fruit

Posted on: 2013/8/20 22:26
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Nutrition and Martial Arts.
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I am curious to hear from both instructors and students to the students: how important is your diet and exercise routine to you when it comes to pursuing your goals in martial arts.

To the instructors: Do you ever talk to your students about good nutrition and how often have you seen students eating overly processed foods right before a training session and how has this affected their performance in your class?

Posted on: 2013/8/19 20:47
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Re: Instrictor attitudes on students training with other instructors.
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The student deserves the teacher he gets based on the effort he puts into his search. First look at the teachers movements does it look decent effective. Does the teacher encourage you to train with others claiming only to be a guide. Thats all good.

Next look at the senior students movements are they fluid do they have a good understanding of the basics. These are all important points to look at when your deciding what you want to train in.

A few reg flags i have noticed

1. The teacher tells you they will offer you the secret to become deadly or the ultimate fighter they are blowing smoke up your butt and full of it

2. They want you to hurry and sign a year long contract with them after 1 to 3 classes.

3. There are children black belts of the age of 12 and under.

4. The teacher claims to be the source of knowledge and you can't learn anything else from anyone else.

5. The teachers movements are still tense muscling and he is off balance half the time.

All these red flags should make one think caution before training in any dojo or with anyone.

If you have a good teacher talk with him about training with someone else great idea he can give you insight.

Whenever you are looking at another dojo always be polite and respectful know what you are looking for and always be humble this is the mark of good martial artist.


Posted on: 2013/8/19 20:39
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Re: Kuten
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I just stick to Rolls and dive rolls myself anything beyond that and some small leaping maneuvers is really not useful in combat.

Posted on: 2013/7/21 23:30
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Re: Ninpo training?
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I meant google

Posted on: 2012/11/16 20:18
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Re: Ninpo training?
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If you are interested e-mail me on good its in my profile and i know of someone who can show you some things if you like.

Posted on: 2012/11/16 20:17
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Re: Kihon Happo
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Yes he is. I suppose the only thing that matters is that he chooses to train with whomever he wants. Nothing more and nothing less.

Posted on: 2012/4/19 1:27
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