Ninja Training Blog: High Definition Ninjutsu Instructional Videos

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Watch free Bujinkan Ninjutsu hi-def instructional videos on the Ninja Training Video Blog on the Ninja Learning Network Youtube Channel. Learn about the ancient art of the Ninja and Samurai, brought to life in the 21st Century by Hatsumi Soke and his school known as Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. This martial art derives from once secret techniques only passed down through hidden scrolls and mysterious associations gathered from thousands of years of proven martial art survival techniques. Grappling, weapons, tools, physiology and chemistry are just a few of the subjects that fall under the martial art of the traditional ‘Ninja’ training and intent. In today’s societies the art of Ninjutsu, also referred to as ninpo and many other terms, can be learned for self defense and personal enlightenment.

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This Ninja Training Blog relies on quality hi-def videos filmed in California with top Bujinkan Sensei authorized by Hatsumi Soke. The “Ninja Training Video Blog” features regular online ninjutsu video lessons with Sensei Mark Roemke and others. Some of these Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu video lessons show required knowledge for earning a black belt at the Santa Cruz Bujinkan dojo in the ancient art of the Ninja. Some clips are excerpts from the entire 8 hour downloadable black belt online video course “Basics of Ninja Training®” which is also available on DVD and BluRay. Follow these videos here on this web site, or follow us on Google Blogger, Facebook, Myspace, Youtube and Twitter. To suggest a topic, submit your comment on at our YouTube channel.

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