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Re: waza and kata to do by myself?
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Thanks for all your advice, I am still training and I have missed a few lessons. I am interested in the history of Bujinkan and it is art that I want to study for many years to come.
I am also interested in the Genbukan and would like to know what other's thoughts are on it?

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Re: waza and kata to do by myself?
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Hi Guys,
New to the bujinkan, but luckily ive been doing Aikido for a few years. So my Ukemi is not at the extreme beginner level. The basic rolls seem to be pretty much the same. I did notice a few different ones. How many different type of rolls are there?
On the basic sword cuts. Im hoping its:
Straight cut
Side cuts(Top to bottom)

Any other I should be looking at?

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