Ninjutsu Training in NY???
Anyone knows where to train Ninjutsu in Long Island New York?
I already know the BS LININJA CENTERS... I'm looking for something real. Thanks!
If you want something real try these guys:
If you wanted something real, you wouldn't want to train in ninjutsu.
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Hundreds of dumbass n00b posts all appearing at once.
Dear Born2Fight -- I get a couple of hits when I type "Bujinkan Long Island New York" into Google. You might want to poke around the Google some yourself to see what comes up. I got:
I have not trained with them, so I can not vouch for the quality of Bujinkan instruction they provide.
Changing only the first key word to "Genbukan" I get other hits, including:
If you're serious, these are your best bets for Takamatsuden martial arts, which is what most people are referring to when they throw out the word "Ninjutsu." If you really want to pursue this path, feel free. Most Bullshido Bullies will tell you it is a waste of time. No one here thinks this a particularly efficient method of learning how to fight. Please don't come back later asking us to validate this as a decision.
...Unless you have sparring videos.
There is no real ninjutsu. OR, if what passes as ninjutsu nowadays is the real deal, then i'm not very impressed with ninjas.
Do some mma, or any other non compliant style if mma isn't suited to your tastes. Since we're in the JMA section, how about judo?
Thanks for your answer, I was thinking there was a connection between brain damage and the website for the previous posts but I see that there is at least 1 good person willing to take this seriously and actually help other people. Thanks again!
Last edited by born 2 fight; 6/14/2011 10:22am at .
Reason: forgot the name
Originally Posted by soldiermedic25
says the lack of evidence that "ninjutsu" has produced anyone with noteworthy fighting ability
This is what typical Bujinkan (the no we're really not ninjas, please ignore all the ninja paraphernalia and our marketing from the 80s art) training looks like
Have you considered Judo?
Originally Posted by born 2 fight