Thread: Long Island Ninjitsu Centers
8/29/2007 11:48am, #1
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Long Island Ninjitsu Centers
Hey everyone, anyone have any experince with these guys?
8/29/2007 12:00pm, #2
Originally Posted by ccove
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8/29/2007 12:01pm, #3
8/29/2007 12:04pm, #4
Dude it's Ninjitsu.
I highly doubt you'll get favorable responses from people here regarding Ninjitsu, and rightfully so.
Matt and Nick Serra have a BJJ school in LI, train there instead.
8/29/2007 12:05pm, #5
I trained 3 years there when it was a Genbukan School.
Long Island Ninjutsu Centers tends to be a bit of a paradox.
On one side its a Black Belt Club, Kitty Black Belt, Kata, etc.
However, on the other side all belts are earn and they gear up a bang alot. Sparring and grappling and MMA is a standard part of training. In addition they do compete is local tournments.
Actually when I was away from college and couldn't train there, the closest thing to was I was doing at LINC turned out was the BJJ club (not the Okiniwan Karate Club like I fist thought).
Despite some warning signs on the surface, LINC is IMO a highly rated school with highly skilled people.
For political reasons they leave the Genbukan last year.
8/29/2007 12:09pm, #6Originally Posted by Plasma
On a similar note I'm seeing several schools around RI and MA doing exactly what you described...they start off as a CMA school, then they bring in either BJJ, MMA or both. I can think of 4 CMA Karate schools that have totally legitimate (albeit seperate) BJJ and/or MMA curriculum.
8/29/2007 12:21pm, #7
Since when did they have an MMA program? I highly doubt its any good. went there once and talked to the instructor. It sounded like compliant Ninjutsu. No mention and grappling, kickboxing or MMA.
Also, if your looking for MMA or grappling, go to an MMA school, not a Ninjutsu one.
8/29/2007 12:29pm, #8Originally Posted by Plasma
Now I don't feel so bad. A long time ago, a boss of mine questioned me about the place, and asked me if I thought it was good for his son. I told him (unknowing of the LOL's of Ninjutsu) that most modern Ninjutsu training was something similar to JJJ which is good and to check it out. His son has been going since....I haven't been able to live with myself....Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
8/29/2007 12:59pm, #9
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8/29/2007 1:02pm, #10
I saw them once at a karate tournament. I know I went to one a while ago, I'm ashamed. You know the type of tournament I'm talking about: point sparring, forms, demos, I'm disgusted at myself.
Anywho's I saw them doing some prett stupid **** at the tournament. Their self defence techniques were stupid as in: guy punches you, defender dives through his legs and kicks him in the groin on the way through. Fucking stupid.
At least me and GIJoe hit each other and stuff when we demo'ed.