Ninjutsu Bujinkan - Mulitiple Attacker Self Defense VideoNinjutsu Bujinkan Video - Mulitiple Attacker Self DefenseTechniques and Demonstration: This video demonstrates some basic Ninjutsu concepts and ideas for starting to practice defense against multiple attackers. Notice how many joint locks, blocks and subtle motions are happening while the victim also moves around on the mat. Pay attention to how the victim moves the bodies of the attackers around on the mat to his advantage, and how he is aware and able to react to the bodies, walls and tools at all times. You should invent other scenarios in common everyday locations such as an office with chairs and coffee cups, restaurants with tables and plates, airports with counters and luggage, etc.
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Sensei Roemke explains and demonstrates the importance of having complete awareness of your entire surroundings and how to use the body of one opponent to block the attack of the second opponent. Senior students from the Santa Cruz Bujinkan dojo also demonstrate some sample scenarios and reactions with attackes with weapons such as knives and sticks. Remember that the first priority in these situations is the escape as soon as possible, not to stay on the scene and try to "handle" the attackers. As soon as you can get away from the attack you should immediately do so, do not try to "win" these kinds of fights!
Use CAUTION when beginning to practice your Ninjutsu Bujinkan multiple attacker training. You can become disoriented and accidentally use more speed and force than you intend. Sensei and his students intentionally demonstrate slow speed training with a soft touch in this video (and all videos) for safety reasons.
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