REAL, training schedule for REAL Ninj...
Hannah

Charlotte, NC

#128 Apr 8, 2009
sunrah wrote:
Noble that is a ton of bullshit. I pratice ninjutsu and it is tough. ok here is what you have to do: find a huge flagpole and climb up and down it with ankle and arm weights(i can do it in under 10 sec), 30 lbs free weights do 4 sets (a set is 10 lifts) you do a normal lift which is to your sholder then lift it over your head (fully extend your arm), with a 10 lbs free weight you put your arm behind your head with weight in hand and lift for 4 sets, 60 situps and 50 pushups.
this is just the tip of the training iceburg. if you want to learn the way contact me at [email protected]
I wish you luck
Like.. from Mulan?
lone shadow clone

Southfield, MI

#129 May 6, 2009
i hear all this talk about learn the art to solve personal problems dont just learn to box in a real gym for the start of personal safy
shadowfax

Edmonds, WA

#130 Aug 10, 2009
ninjutsu IS a way way of life, like the way of the samurai, they are generally the same if any one wants to find out read the hagakuri
Hamilton-San

Newbury Park, CA

#131 Nov 1, 2009
I'm a 2nd Dan in Bujinkan Ninjutsu and have traveled to Japan to train with the Japanese Shihan and Masaaki Hatsumi himself.

Each Shihan in Japan, and even the United States, have a different way of teaching. Classes are usually taught towards the senior student of the class and involve a variety of techniques used to illustrate different concepts. Each Shihan has a specialty. For example, Samea Sensei is a direct descendant of Samurai and specializes in Weapons. Japanese classes are usually 2 hours. The atmosphere is typically somewhat relaxed, depending on the teacher. To train in one of these classes you will need to be a student of a Shihan.

In the United States, you need to find a reputable student of the Bujinkan and someone who regularly trains with Soke Masaaki Hatsumi (ask to see their "menkyo" or Bujinkan Card). Winjutsu.com is a great source to find someone who is authentic.

My teacher, Shihan Matthew Woodard is a 15th Dan and has a dojo in Moorpark, California. His website is www.MoorparkNinja.com . You could contact him if looking for someone in the US, and he can refer you.
Shinobi-one-kino bi

Burnaby, Canada

#132 Nov 23, 2009
What garbage. Please stop getting bad idea's from watching Naruto episodes. I will give a few basics.

Ninjutsu is the art of surviving. If a ninja was in a bad situation the ninja would rather run away and live. A ninja would only fight if cornered or if a loved one was in danger. A ninja and a navy seal or completly differant.

Ninja's learn from nature. What is natural. THINK. What did our paleo ancestors eat. Meat fruits and veggies, and the rawer the better. Even Hatsumi Masaaki says that man has lost strength since eating cooked foods. Hatsumi says that ninja even ate their rice raw, sun dried, and grinded down.

Stephan Hayes studied ninjutsu but then developed his own art called Toshindo. If your looking for ninjutsu video's not Toshindo, then check out Richard Van Donk at ninjutsu.com

Ninja's routines are varied but Hatsumi Masaaki recommends that students wake up, stretch, then practice jumping and rolling. Go out for walks for a couple hours each day. Practice walking and running with short steps. Practice balance, wear Geta and walk on ice, spar on ice.

Have a true heart. Be peaceful. Their is tons more I can say that I will not, but for the love of ...... put away the Naruto.
Zak Dangerfield

London, UK

#133 Dec 4, 2009
i was wondering if there was any ninjitsu places in witch i can reach in birmingham if yes then how much would it cost??
Zak Dangerfield (real name)
koryu

Darby, PA

#134 Dec 18, 2009
Guys shy away from the bujinkan, genbukan, and jininkan. If you truely want to learn and understand the old ways of the ninja and samurai, seek out a koryu bujutsu school. I mean come on, a post above referred to some instructor in the bujinkan that is a 15th dan, well the soke (hatsumi) is only a 10th dan. So now we have guys promoting themselves above the soke????? Wow weird and not authentic. If you have no choice based on your location go with genbukan, tanemura would obliterate hatsumi anyday because he actually used his techniques as a Japanese policeman. My sensei knows both of these great martial artists and for a time trained under one of them directly and was dojo cho for one of their schools until he found a far superior form of ninjutsu and jujutsu and started totally over in koryu bujutsu. You think the stuff in the Kan's are deadly techniques, you haven't seen nothing yet.

“Bleh. X3 Yes?”

Since: Dec 09

Channahon, IL

#135 Dec 30, 2009
So... In the end, everyone agrees Ninjutsu is a way of life, right? Is there anyone who is willing to set up some training schedules for me??? I'm going to start everything in the summer so you have time, please and thank you!
deadication

Seattle, WA

#136 Jan 1, 2010
train me in the ways of the ninja
txmcinnes

Auckland, New Zealand

#137 Feb 22, 2010
need to know different ways to toughen knuckles
can do 100 full blows to tree trunk first 2 knuckles
need to know how to crack bone on attackers face first blow
Johnny Hunter

Hobart, IN

#138 Mar 10, 2010
Do Hard Body or Iron Body Training that will strength your strikes enough to where you break bones instantly but it rare to find training in though.
cursed sasuke

Houston, TX

#139 Apr 16, 2010
i no real ninjustu but you must learn how to control your energy and train.one does to elements mix it becoe ki energy chara. there are many diffrent names here are some hand signs.to do clone justu.boar boar dog tiger
mokshagotra

Charlotte, NC

#140 Apr 19, 2010
can you tell me more about ninjutsu training? You can reach me at [email protected] I already sent ya an email
Mario

Bacoor, Philippines

#141 Jun 19, 2010
Sakura Chan wrote:
Hello my name is Sakura,(in real life), i want to know how i can become a ninja seeing as the fact that u call ur self sasuke.
Sakura name, is from a flower named sakura, but ninja/shinobis are assasins of the ancient times, mostly in Japan, rarely in China, but they are some secret organizations like the Underground Ninja's, but they doeesnt know the name, Ninjas are not simple persons, but they are deadly...and lethal,
lucas w

Waterloo, Canada

#142 Aug 8, 2010
Takashi wrote:
The only famous ninja known for shadow clones is Hattori Hanzo.
Does anyone want to learn fire, water, or wind breathing techinques?
I do I always wanted to learn ninjustu I'm 12 and ready to learn
mindsmaster

Regensburg, Germany

#143 Aug 29, 2010
Hi I hope anyone here still visits the forum, I want to talk to the person who logged on as skip. I want to begin a life as a Ninja and would like to know a few things about what you have written already.
Please it would be really nice if you could chat with me on skype my name is: Kaponder or write a email on [email protected]
RICKEY

Gurgaon, India

#144 Sep 13, 2010
I AM REQUEST TO ALL OF YOU FOR TELL ME WHERE CAN I LEARN A NINJUTSU PLEASE PLEASE MY EMAIL ID WWW.RICKEY.SA [email protected] PLEASE HELP ME FRIENDS
Amaya

Moses Lake, WA

#145 Dec 8, 2010
I am looking for a way to train to be a ninja. Could someone please tell me how? I know it would be hard. I know that everyone thinks that it is no longer needed but I still want to become a ninja. Although I don't know how. Are there ninja schools in America? Or private teachers or something? I wish to know.
Amaya

Moses Lake, WA

#146 Dec 8, 2010
Hannah wrote:
<quoted text>
Like.. from Mulan?
yeah I can do all that exept the pole climbing ( I don't know what to do for it.) and the push ups( they are my weakness haha). So what can I do to become a ninja???
Amaya

Moses Lake, WA

#147 Dec 8, 2010
koryu wrote:
Guys shy away from the bujinkan, genbukan, and jininkan. If you truely want to learn and understand the old ways of the ninja and samurai, seek out a koryu bujutsu school. I mean come on, a post above referred to some instructor in the bujinkan that is a 15th dan, well the soke (hatsumi) is only a 10th dan. So now we have guys promoting themselves above the soke????? Wow weird and not authentic. If you have no choice based on your location go with genbukan, tanemura would obliterate hatsumi anyday because he actually used his techniques as a Japanese policeman. My sensei knows both of these great martial artists and for a time trained under one of them directly and was dojo cho for one of their
schools until he found a far superior form of ninjutsu and jujutsu and
started totally over in koryu bujutsu. You think the stuff in the Kan's
are deadly techniques, you haven't seen nothing yet.
I noticed that it seemed odd. But then how can I learn??? I am interested. To tell you the truth. I have no life. I am fifteen and I spend my days learning Japanese and then going to a practice of a sport called swimming yuk( I hate water xp). I want to become a full fledged ninja if only to be doing something with my life. I know how hard it is but I don't care. So anyways is there a way for me to become a real ninja?!?

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Ninjutsu Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Ninjutsu School (Mar '07) Jun '16 kusankagininja1 40
Looking for Ninjitsu Partners in the NW Indiana... (Jul '09) Sep '14 J Hunter 12
Gin Ryu Dojo Musselkanaal Netherlands (Jan '14) Jan '14 Gerry 1
looking for ninjutsu in nc. (Jul '09) Jun '13 Kris 6
Authentic Shinobi Shozoku (Sep '06) Sep '12 kato 23
quiero ser ninja (Oct '06) Jul '12 luisa 33
Ninjutsu Schools (Aug '07) Feb '12 liodi 11
More from around the web