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  1. M-Tri is offline
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    Posted On:
    9/09/2007 9:43pm

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     Style: Mixed Martial Arts

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    L.I. Ninjutsu Centers

    The head instructor is Kyoshi Allie Alberigo, and he's achieved high ranks in a multitude of styles, and made LINC one of the most succesful martial arts schools on long island. He is very charismatic, and a dedicated martial artist.

    This school used to be Genbukan, but broke off because it liked having a more open approach to TMA, and didn't want to just teach Ninpo.


    Lots of Kata and Drills! They do some grappling and sparring. Most of the techniques taught are trained through drills. A lot of weapons training, but not too live until you reach higher levels, and the school is very family oriented.

    I attended all the schools during my time training there. Some schools and instructors tend to focus on different things more that others, but they all have a set calender in which they focus on certain aspects of their Martial Art during certain weeks; for example, "Sword Week", "Kata and Matwork Week", "Sai and Tonfa Week", Sparring and Grappling Week", and a few more.
    Last edited by M-Tri; 1/22/2010 1:29am at .
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    Pseudo-Scrambler Extraordinaire

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    Posted On:
    9/09/2007 9:44pm

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    Just thought I'd post this up because of the recent thread on the school in the Newbie Forum.

    Scoring according to this Criteria for this category:

    Aliveness:

    1: No sparring/contact, performance demonstration/forms only.
    2-3: Compliant partner drills, board breaking, point sparring
    4-5: Light contact continuous sparring (negligible pain/risk).
    6-7: Medium contact with excessive safety gear.
    8-9: Hard contact with reasonable safety gear and/or limited to one range of fighting (standup/grappling).
    10: Regular (monthly or less) skill testing via full contact, full range fighting, minimum safety equipment.

    Equipment:

    1: What equipment?
    2-4: Bring your own.
    5: Basic relevant essentials, may be heavily used.
    6-7: Respectable equipment, somewhat worn.
    8-9: Excellent, new condition, latest gear.
    10: Superior equipment (full ring/cage, etc)

    Gym Size:


    1: Bedroom in your parents' house.
    2: We train in the garage.
    3: We train in the basement.
    4: But it's a freakin' big basement.
    5: We train at the park
    6: Actual dedicated commercial space, somewhat small but functional.
    7: +2
    8: Plenty of room to roll/spar without tripping over people
    9: 5,000-10,000 sq ft.
    10: 10,000 sq ft.

    Instructor/Student Ratio

    1: I am my own instructor.
    2: I've met the lead instructor, once.
    3: I see my lead instructor every class, through the window to his office.
    4-5: Instructor opens class, senior students complete it.
    6-7: large class but instructor is accessible and oversees most classes.
    8-9: Smaller classes, instructor or highly qualified (master level) assistant instructors in small groups.
    10: Highly personal attention from top instructors.

    Atmosphere/Attitude


    1-5: Everyone's a douchebag/tough guy/pansy to corresponding degrees and/or drama.
    6-7: Fairly impersonal, various cliques or noticable drama.
    8-10: Open, supportive but challenging, bizarro hippy ass-beating love fest.

    Striking Instruction


    1-3: No striking.
    4-5: Striking for punching/kicking only and/or limited purposes (demonstration, highly restrictive sport).
    6-7: Comprehensive striking (all ranges) or superior single range striking with success in local/regional competition or practial application.
    8-9: Pressure-tested, full range striking and proven success in limited restriction, top level competitions or high level self defense situations.
    10: Superior excellence including A-level competitors/instructors

    Grappling Instruction

    1-3: No grappling. Anti-grapling.
    4-5: Limited single sub-range (standing, clinch, ground only).
    6-7: Compehensive grappling with success in local/regional competition or practical application (LEO, military).
    8-9: Pressure-tested, full range grappling and proven success in limited restriction, top level competitions or high level self defense situations.
    10: Superior excellence including A-level competitors/instructors



    Weapons:

    1: No contact, performance demonstration/forms only.
    2-3: Compliant partner drills, no flow
    4-5: Light continuous sparring and alive flowing (negligible pain/risk).
    6-7: Medium contact with excessive safety gear. (some pain and/or wide variety of realistic weapons)
    8: Hard contact with reasonable safety gear (pain and/or some blood)
    9: 8 but with various weapons. Tournment winners, proven success in limited restriction, top level competitions or high level self defense situations.
    10: Superior excellence. Regular (quarterly or less) skill testing via full contact, full range fighting, minimum safety equipment. (Pain, Blood, bone breaking and/or death)
    Last edited by M-Tri; 1/22/2010 1:32am at .
  3. born 2 fight is offline

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    Posted On:
    7/06/2011 2:03pm


     Style: Ninjutsu

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    When and for how long did you train at L.I. Ninja?
  4. Mattale is offline

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    11/11/2011 12:49am

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     Style: Shotokan & Judo

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    What location did you attend, you are not describing the one in Long Island.....

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