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ninjitsuking
12/06/2009 11:07am,
Hello everybody
Id like to learn ninjitsu in London
can any one recomend a good dojo? :):wanim

MMAMickey
12/06/2009 11:47am,
London Shootfighters.. They have T3h R33L N1nj1tsu

no seriously, what is it about ninjitsu that appeals to you? are you aware that of the numerous other arts available in London ninjitsu is probably one of the less effectively taught and used?

It is Fake
12/06/2009 11:52am,
Hello everybody
Id like to learn ninjitsu in London
can any one recomend a good dojo? :):wanim

Why?

I thought you were already a 10th degree Grandmaster.
'ive opened up a martial school :) - No BS MMA and Martial Arts (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=86105)

I thoguht you were looking for Judo.
judo in London, uk - No BS MMA and Martial Arts (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=82192)

slideyfoot
12/07/2009 2:41pm,
If I was going to learn ninjutsu, I would learn it from Simon Yeo (http://meerkat69.blogspot.com/2009/08/meerkatsu-interviews-simon-yeo-ninjutsu.html), as he also has a brown belt in BJJ. His school is in Fulham.

Jumpy-Cat
12/09/2009 5:02am,
why ninjutsu and not another TMA such as Jujutsu? if it's for the whole "Ninja in the night" thing, you wont find any good clubs that encourage that thinking...

if you're going to start up ninjutsu, find a good school... if you want the tr\dtional Xkan ones you'd be better off in Genbukan... for live sparing i wouldnt recomend any X-Kan... well i cant speak for jinekan... but anyhow :)

mrgoshthereturn
12/09/2009 6:07am,
Seriously, Simon Yeo is the way to go. From what little I've seen of his Bujinkan it's pretty standard, so you'll learn a load of bad habits that I'm still trying to break. The advantage is you'll learn live grappling through BJJ. If that doesn't appeal, Try to do Bujinkan and cross train in Judo (both arts theoretically were decended from Koryu jujutsu). Again for the live training.

You'll have to adapt the bujinkan severely to make it work in a resisted situation, but it can work on an opponent with little knowledge of grappling. Seriously you'd be better training in Judo or BJJ for a few years first so you can learn how a moving, resisting human body moves and fights before delving into a largely theoretical, compliant art. But hey, If you wanna ignore the advice of the people on this forum, good luck.

BTW Not all Bujinkan training is non-comppliant drills brfore anyone attacks me as a booj hater. There are exceptions, I'm sure. But the majority of schools focus more on the compliant stuff.

SaintHamish
12/10/2009 8:46am,
I love ninjahs.

Kraik
10/11/2010 5:40am,
This school seems legitimate: http://www.bujinkanlondon.org/home.html

No?

superangryfish
10/11/2010 8:30am,
This school seems legitimate: http://www.bujinkanlondon.org/home.html

No?

I've got Ninjers near me, apparantly its a proper old school one with all the ancient secret methods. It's so secretive their facebook group is protected so nobody see who trains in it.

jnp
10/11/2010 8:51am,
This school seems legitimate: http://www.bujinkanlondon.org/home.html

No?
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