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I currently live in the Dallas area and have not yet began any ninjutsu training but I badly want to start and am looking for a well respected dojo. All of the looking around I do points to Luke Molitor and the Jigoku Dojo, I was just wondering if anyone had ever had the experience in training with him and could tell me if he was a good pick, thank you so much for your time.

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I think you would be fine training with Luke. He has a good reputation and is quite skilled.

Jeff

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We've had Luke out here for seminars and I'd say that his understanding and presentation is top notch - besides the fact that he is just one heck of a nice guy!

However, I understand Luke is very selective about who he chooses to have as students. This isn't an ego thing, but more of a 'quality control' over who he chooses to spend his time with. On the same note, you'll also enjoy the quality of people who are his students.

Best wishes on your search!

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Re: Luke Molitor
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Thank you everyone for your replies, like i said i am just getting involved in ninjutsu, it kills me that i waited so late in my life but I feel now as an older adult I can more grasp what I should from the art than I could as a younger kid. If anyone has any more info on Luke please reply, thanks again.

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Thank you everyone for your replies, I am really looking forward to beginning in Ninjutsu, I am just sorry I waited so late in life to get started but I think I can more fully appreciate the art and understand it better. Anyway if anyone else has any replies about Luke I would love to hear them, thank you very much.

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Luke Molitor introduced me to the term "tactical shelf." It's a nice way to say 'gut' and make it seem utilitarian instead of it just being extra weight.

We did some cool sword stuff. I like him.

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I've known Luke for a few years now and have had the pleasure of training with him in Japan on a number of occasions, i fully second the recommendations of the other responders, i guarantee you'll enjoy yourself.

Posted on: 2007/6/3 1:25
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I've known Luke for a few years now and have had the pleasure of training with him in Japan on a number of occasions, i fully second the recommendations of the other responders, i guarantee you'll enjoy yourself.


Same here. Luke is excellent!!

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thank you everyone for your replies, I am going to apply for his dojo soon as all of you have made me feel like Luke is a good choice, I just had one more question, since I am new to Ninjutsu training do you think I will have good luck being accepted to his dojo?

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Nah, he hates newbies!!!!!!! (just joking, you'll be fine)

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