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Jutte Book or Video
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Hi friends!! I'm curious, do any of you know of a good book or video that teaches the jutte step-by-step?
Also, can it be one that's easy to understand!! Thanks!!

Jeremy Schmidt

Posted on: 2005/12/3 14:55
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Why not find a teacher who can teach it to you?

Posted on: 2005/12/4 0:00
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i have soke's jutte jutsu tape and i like it. there's not to much step by step, but it's a great overview of the weapon.

Posted on: 2005/12/5 15:38
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I'm going to have to agree with Matt(something I rarely do...LOL).

Finding a teacher is the best way to go. You'll definitely get more insight than from a book or video. Check winjutsu.com for the nearest dojo to your location.

Posted on: 2005/12/5 22:41
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HI

forget about books, you need a teacher. A book will not tell you when you are wrng and who is to say the book is right in the first place.

In Japanese budo you go to a teacher to learn, then and only when you have completed your training do they give you a boook with the technquies in.

I htink in the west we have got too acustomed to getting a book when we go to school at the beginning of a course and then studying from that books.

Budo is about physical training with theoretical training coming 2nd

Posted on: 2005/12/5 23:27
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