Ninja Weapons training will help you learn unarmed fighting!
Can training with Ninja Weapons from Samurai Budo and Shinobi Ninjutsu provide you with effective self defense in modern street fighting or combat training? It is important in ninja training, that in order to preserve the culture of ninja and samurai training, we have to continue to study the history as well as the various weapons of the samurai and ninja. Distance is also another important part of Ninpo training. Being at the right distance will ensure you that you are out of the way of your opponents attack. Even in street fighting today, many people bring weapons to the fight. Therefore it is important for us to become familiar with these combat training techniques. The difference between sport fighting and combat fighting, is that there are no rules. It is a fight for your life, and it is important that the more knowledge we can obtain from our ninjutsu training in Japan, the better chance we have to survive a real life and threat situation. An important part of real self defense training, is to prepare you for any situation. There are many things that can happen when you are street fighting. Therefore, try to learn as much as you can from ninja training books as well as ninja training DVDs. The best way to learn real self defense however is to find a good martial art school. If you wish to not only learn samurai and ninja culture as well as get an overall idea of what Japanese Martial Arts is all about, I would definitely recommend Bujinkan training. Masaaki Hatsumi allows us to go and experience real ninjutsu training in Japan. I wish you the best on your search for a martial art suited for you. Please donâ€™t forget to go to www.bjkninja.com and register to get your FREE Ninja training manual today! Your Friend in Budo
Chris Carbonaro Bujinkan Shihan www.bjkninja.com
Carbonaro Sensei began his ninja training in Japan, and learned ninjutsu techniques by Japanese Masters of Samurai and Ninja Martial Arts. He has been studying martial arts for nearly twenty years and currently holds the rank of Judan sui-I (12th -Degree Black Belt) and Menkyo (licensed Teacher) in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu under Soke Dr. Masaaki Hastumi, the last Ninja teacher and Grandmaster of Ninjutsu in Japan. Carbonaro Sensei is also a personal student of Toshiro Nagato Sensei Judanku-I(15th-Degree Black Belt.), one of the senior Japanese instructors in Ninjutsu martial arts. Carbonaro Sensei studied Samurai and Ninja training techniques when he lived in Japan from December 2001 to September 2004 and continues to travel to Japan twice a year to study Budo Taijutsu (a form of Ninja training) with Masaaki Hatsumi Soke and Toshiro Nagato Sensei. He is fluent in Japanese, and has translated for Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei, Toshiro Nagato Sensei, as well as Noguchi Sensei, Oguri Sensei and
Senou Sensei. Carbonaro Sensei has taught over 30 seminars in the United States as well as Mexico. He has also taught the Security Forces of the United States Air force, while serving as a Security forces member for 5 years. The focus of seminars taught by Carbonaro Sensei is based on the teachings of the Bujinkan Nagato Dojo of Jissen Gata (real fighting form) and Goshin-jutsu (self-protection art). The perspectives of Jissen gata and Goshinjutsu are what one needs to understand how to survive and are essential to understanding Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. Carbonaro Sensei is dedicated to teaching Budo Taijutsu as he was taught in Japan. He feels it is important to preserve the Japanese etiquette, language and culture while training. Carbonaro Shihan currently runs the Tanuki Bujinkan Dojo in Bloomfield N.J. and is currently available to teach seminars. Now that you have learned more about Carbonaro Shihan, be sure to fill out a contact form to learn more about the BJK Ninja Dojos, as well as our self defense classes, DVDs and training seminars! We look forward to seeing you soon!