The female ninja pics alone....
Finally JKDChick can get past her "ninja envy" (sorry saw the thread on MAP :) ) and start some serious training.
Dear god I need to drink now.
You and me both, brother.
The problem is that all these people look like they actually believe that they are Ninjas. Do all of them live in a little private fantasy world, with cute pink ninja castles?
In the older version of that site, there was a warning that ninja would quickly dispose of those who plagiarized the content.
It made me shiver in my tabi boots! :D
"Warrior Quest teaches a variety of arts. Ninjutsu (the art of the Ninja), Bushijutsu (the art of the Samurai), Kunoichijutsu (the art of the Female Ninja), Ko-Ninjutsu (the art of the Young Ninja) and Chambara (the art of Theatrical Combat and Stunts). Each system is studied independently and students rarely cross-train, except in the case of Chambara, which is available to any student within the clan."
Ahhhh, don't know what to say. Actually it speaks for itself.
what are you guys talking about? all i see is a picture of pink trees?
Originally posted by Darting Fingers
Actually it speaks for itself.
Yes, but what language?
count dante is fucking hardcore
You HAVE to see their class training videos.
The links are wrong they should end with .rm and not .ram (probably a ninja trick so we don't get to see their secret training)
I especially like the one on samurai training, since I think there is only one school that teaches to fight with two katana (the one created by Musashi) and I don't think they do twirling like these guys....
I'm convinced by the testimonials. I'm signing up for my online training right away! BB in two weeks?
And what the hell is the point of training in 12 weapons at ONE seminar?
I feel like I've wasted my time. I've could have been training all this time to be a Kunoichi.
I need to reevaluate my life.
The student must have a total belief in the system they study. Over the years I have had many students come to me complaining that the last martial art they studied did not cover all forms of fighting. Some would complain that they never had the opportunity to ground fight, others were distraught that they did not learn weaponry and the list went on. The whole point is that they felt something was missing. Although I am proud that the arts I teach are multi-faceted, I am disappointed that students are so quick to find fault in any system. Its true that many arts focus on singular aspects of combat, but the true weakness is to pass judgment on them prematurely. All arts teach students a specific way of dealing with opponents. In Karate the main emphasis is on raw power. In Aikido the main focus is on redirecting energy. In Jujutsu the student is taught to control and immobilize. Although these are limited examples, what they illustrates is that each art has its own unique approach to fighting. Many students see these singular approaches as a weakness and attempt to remedy the situation by cross-training in different arts, hoping to gain a wider range of technique. I disagree with this method. It is my experience that the methods and principles maintained by the various styles often clash, making it difficult to truly unite them into a cohesive fighting system. I think a student should think hard before choosing their path, and once chosen, they must be as devout as a priest. In essence, every art can be effective, the warrior must simply be dedicated long enough to unleash their secrets. Remember, “One warrior, one art.” Never confuse yourself. Follow the doctrines of your art with discipline. In the end you will be rewarded for your devotion.
Another retarded MA myth . . .
This kind of crap is just like saying the kidsh handicapped kids in elementary school with braces on their legs and run just as well as the kids with fully functional legs because they try just as hard . . .
whatever . . .
I wonder were ninja women hide their shuriken ?
Box Blast K.O.
That is some funny ****, thanks for the link.
Women won't even know he's there
"In essence, every art can be effective, the warrior must simply be dedicated long enough to unleash their secrets."
Right. So you can just keep saying, "It was my fault, I haven't been doing it long enough" until - A. You die or B. You wise up.
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