Friday, July 31, 2015

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Technique - Kaiten Slow Roll Body Control Drill

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Technique - Kaiten Slow Roll Body Control Drill

This training technique for learning how to micro control your body when you practice your Kaiten (rolling) can help beginner and advanced training situations. Especially for beginners, this can help you slowly learn good body control and awareness. It will help you avoid most of the typical injuries that happen to beginners who are usually hurt from diving into rolls too quickly with almost no actual control. For advanced students you can benefit from this Bujinkan Ninjutsu technique by feeling a new way to roll. But the main benefit for advanced Ninjas is a new way to focusing on what every part of your anatomy is doing during this technique. It will improve awareness of your body that applies to all other maneuvers.You should try this with as many variations in direction and slight body angle changes as possible. Also grab a hanbo, bokken, rokushakubo, plastic pistol or rope to feel how subtle changes occur during the motion because you are holding an object. Try the rolls while "using" those objects as if you have a self-defense intent.

Where to learn more Bujinkan Ninjutsu Techniques:

This lesson on video by 12th dan Bujinkan Shihan Mark Roemke supplements the video black belt course "Basics of Ninja Training" at Ninja Learning Network.

Sensei Roemke mentioned Bujinkan Shihan Rob Renner of Zeropoint Dojo in Japan.

About the Black Belt Video Course: The "Basics of Ninja Training" Bujinkan/Ninjutsu blackbelt video course is available by INSTANT DOWNLOAD or on DVD or BLU-RAY. These comprehensive ninjutsu lessons with Bujinkan 12th Dan Sensei Mark Roemke show required knowledge for earning a first-degree (Shodan level) black belt at the Santa Cruz Dojo. Sensei Roemke studies under Hatsumi Soke and is licensed to teach Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu (the ancient art of the Ninja) by Grandmaster Hatsumi. This Bujinkan blackbelt video course features over 8 hours of Ninjutsu video instruction including 16 weapons and a 44 page course guide.

You can view the videos shown on this blog on your mobile phone or tablet by getting the FREE Ninjutsu Video App by Ninja Learning Network.