KYU 5 - MP4 - Basics of Ninja Training - Ninjutsu Lessons Lessons (Bujinkan)
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From the "BASICS OF NINJA TRAINING" Black-belt video course
This is 5th Kyu (Level 5)
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5th Kyu is "level 5"
The weapons covered in this lesson are the knife ("Tanto") and the Short Sword ("Shoto.") Roemke explains how variation in knife grip and cutting angles should be practiced, he describes target areas on the body for using blades against the opponent, and he discusses how range of target affects the weapon's usage (and how to avoid getting into confrontations using blades.) In this lesson Shihan Roemke also continues instruction for advanced Ukemi and Kaiten (breakfalls and rolls) as well as Nage Waza (throws.) A special section that delves into the essence of the San Shin No Kata (San Shin Gokui) helps you practice the San Shin with more complexity and energy. This is the level that the Kyusho Points are introduced ("Pain and weakness points on the body") which will be continued throughout the rest of the lessons. About 1 hour of instruction.
Kaiten (Rolls) Variations: Distance and Speed
San Shin (continued)
Gokui ("Inner Essence")
Sensei Roemke explains the inner essence of each element, the dynamics of where power is generated for each form. This lesson goes beyond demonstration of the posture and motion as seen in 8th Kyu.
Detailed demonstration of 8 basic throws:
Yoko Nagare - Sideways Flow
Tachi Nagare - Standing Flow
Tachi Nage - Standing Throw
Temakura - Hand Pillow
Koshi Nage - Hip Throw
Ippon Seoi Nage - One Arm Shoulder Throw
Ippon Zeoi Nage - One Arm Back Throw
Gyaku Ippon Zeoi Nage - Reverse One Arm Back Throw
Knife and Intro to Shoto ("Short Sword")
Weapon observance and potential
Three basic grips
Nine basic cutting angles
Critical body cutting targets
Grappling with the knife
Introduction to the Shoto
Advance Knife Demonstrations
The "Kihon Happo Flow Drill" and examples with knife defense
Knife-on-knife fight strategies
Defense with double-edged knives
5 Kyusho Points
"Pain/Pressure body targets"
Nagare - On the upper forearm
Uko - On the side of the neck
Sui Getsu - At the solar plexus
Jakkin - On the inside of the bicep muscle
Kasumi - The temple
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Ninja Learning Network is where all martial arts enthusiasts can learn about the ancient art of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu (Ninja) and share resources that enhance the training experience for both beginners and advanced students. The "Basics of Ninja Training" video instruction series is based on the complete Shodon series black belt curriculum taught by Sensei Roemke at the Santa Cruz Bujinkan Dojo in California. Sensei Roemke has studied Bujinkan for almost 2 decades and is licensed to teach by Soke Hatsumi. A 10th Dan practitioner, he created the Santa Cruz Bujinkan Dojo over a decade ago and specializes in all weapons including Enshin Itto Ryu Battojutsu. A former New York state Tae Kwon Do Champion, Roemke is also trained in Kenpo Kung Fu, DeCuerdas Eskrima, Seibukan Jujutsu and military fighting tactics of the Army 10th Mountain Infantry.