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  1. Shuma-Gorath is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKaze
    And that eats you up inside doesn't it.
    Nah. I just think it's absurd you trash one kind of ninjitsu then train in another that you pretend is less silly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
    Nah. I just think it's absurd you trash one kind of ninjitsu then train in another that you pretend is less silly.

    In my opinion the Ninjutsu Ryu-Ha alike Koto Ryu is very hard and very practical. Its the fact that the Bujinkan has "mystified it" and soften it. Teh R34l ninpo got no chi ****, it just good hard striking.

    Shuma, you going to let me know where you train?

    It could be worse, I could train in the Shotokan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKaze
    Shuma, you going to let me know where you train?
    Shah Franco Martial Arts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    Shah Franco Martial Arts.

    Thanks, Aesopain.

    I google the school and found it, however, it isn't on BJJ.org. I know not all BJJ schools are on BJJ.org but do you know why it isn't listed?
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    BJJ.org is out of date.
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    I was curious how regularly that site of maintained. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
    Nah. I just think it's absurd you trash one kind of ninjitsu then train in another that you pretend is less silly.
    Have you ever trashed Japanese JiuJitsu?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatherdog
    Have you ever trashed Japanese JiuJitsu?
    Yes, but not while training in another form of JJJ suffering from the same problems.
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    Yes. Many bujinkan techniques are developed for use in armour. This may be why they don't try and take away the opponents space in the same way that wrestlers do. Maybe you need that extra room for the armour. Back in my nutriding days I used to think that if the technqiues worked in armour, then they must be even better without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    Yes. Many bujinkan techniques are developed for use in armour. This may be why they don't try and take away the opponents space in the same way that wrestlers do. Maybe you need that extra room for the armour. Back in my nutriding days I used to think that if the technqiues worked in armour, then they must be even better without it.
    Why would a ninja wear armor?
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