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Book Four of the Ninja Series delves deeper into the jutsu regime. Poisonous horticulture, tumbling, and weaponry are covered.
Welcome again, to Ninja International’s Tesaihiryu Ninjutsu Training Program. Our outlook on learning stems from a solid base of teaching. We believe each student has their very own, individual way of learning and moving. Thus the extent that teaching is good for, is but to learn and grow owns own arsenal of techniques. Teaching any particular style of fighting only helps one person evolve, and that person is the teacher alone. He implements all of his own known tactics, learning from each mistake as he watches his students fumble through the mimicking and miming of his own postures and style. This lesson will cover a great many bases, and require much self-discipline in long-term dedication. During our solid, in class lesson, we will practice further muscle and joint limberness by implementing leg condition in order to ease the struggle in acrobatic tumbling. Also we will be utilizing the slip and duck, combined with the stop hit and parry. These extremely devastating techniques will provide your students with a rounded understanding of action/reaction Taijutsu. Once we have completed our initial in-house class, this book will move onto it’s mission tactics conditioning. Within this framework of movements you will find instructions on some Intermediate tumbling, poisonous horticulture recognition, and some weaponry.
#1 When the hands hit the ground they should both be facing back in the direction you came from
#2 The feet should land together and you should be in a chair position.
#3 Get use to springing up and reaching back in preparation for another tumbling skill
Training AID: Use a Belt that is buckled at a 2 ˝ - 3-foot circumference around the Wrists to keep the arms from flailing and the hands at a proper distance
The Front Punch/
Key Practice Points:
#1 Work with the arms as if shooting a jump shot from behind the head
#2 This preemptive hop is the basis to all tumbling. It is the initial spring before the movement
Training AID: Small Trampoline