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  1. Lujke is offline

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     Style: Systema & BJJ noob,x BBT

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldk
    i wonder however, what taijutsu is really supposed to look like. i've never heard of a 'taijutsu dojo', and just going by the name is little. hell, taekwondo means to the way of striking with the hands and feet, but that would then be interchangeable with most any art that has kicking.

    do booj ninjitsu practitioners spar though? i was under the impression they did not. i also youtube'd for a good while and found nothing but very slow drill videos.
    Generally speaking, no they don't spar. There are some exceptions, but in most clubs, sparring is a minimal part of the training, if it's there at all.

    As to the 'taijutsu school' thing, I dimly recall reading about a JJJ based group in the UK referring to themselves as 'taijutsu'. I don't know anything more about them, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    Plasma so now you're a ninja again?

    Only when it lets me beat people up. Shhhhhhhh
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     Style: BJJ / freestyle wrestling

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtkarate
    does this place have a website or anything?
    nah, don't think so.
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     Style: Judo, BJJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lujke
    As to the 'taijutsu school' thing, I dimly recall reading about a JJJ based group in the UK referring to themselves as 'taijutsu'. I don't know anything more about them, though.
    We had one of them on here recently:
    http://www.bullshido.net/forums/show...46#post1412346
    An eminently respectable-sounding full-contact jujitsu style that calls itself taijutsu. No ninja links.

    We do have ninja, even Bujinkan ninja, who train hard and alive and can fight kicking around this board. shinbushi, dweidman and Rubber Tanto spring to mind. Given this, it's not too hard to believe that your friend had the experience he did even though the majority of the Bujinkan appears to suck ass.
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     Style: Bjj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasma
    Only when it lets me beat people up. Shhhhhhhh
    DORK!
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    Posted On:
    6/19/2007 10:18pm


     Style: Inept BJJer

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    Just because the guy got beat up during training doesn't mean it was good training. I did a few months of Bujinkan a while back and it was pretty rough. They bent fingers and wrists and threw hard and hit each other hard enough to make bruises.

    But the thing was- it was all totally compliant training. Just stand there and let yourself get hurt.
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     Style: BJJ / freestyle wrestling

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    again, according to my friend at least, it was sparring. the students were instructed to got at him, strike lightly, but grapple at full speed. and they didn't stop till submission. not to mention in a dojo where you apparently get good judo players, in this ninja couldn't grapple, he'd of probably got thrown around like a rag doll.

    i shall have to investigate more into the matter.
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    yes they DO have a website! it is www.ittosaidojo.com, its in spanish thoug, but they have a forum: www.ittosaidojo.com/forum, there you can post in english any question you would like to ask!
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     Style: punching bag / crew jitsu

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    Thanks for the link. It looks like a typical ninjer school, and there really isn't a whole lot of information on the site, although that might be due to my poor Spanish skills.
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    10/08/2007 8:48pm

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    I train at a 'ninjer' school, which calls itself taijutsu. I would say that it is also a blend of many styles.
    We do proper sparring, though we do normally separate standup from ground fighting
    ie standup -> throw, and then another time train throw->submission
    It all gets put together at higher levels.

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