Aikido principles in Ninjutsu, Shizen Shigoku level, Shinden Fudo Ryu – Ninjutsu training AKBAN



Yossi Sheriff, http://www.akban.org/about/sheriff.php , the AKBAN academy headmaster, explains Shizen no Kata, one of the katas that constitute the higher level of Fudo Ryu Daken Taijutsu.
Most of the henka (variations) explored are very Aikido like in movement but not intention. The techniques retain the Ninjutsu-randori feeling of setting up the opponent.
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  1. Eu tenho um irmão que se chama P e termina com inho o que é uma piada é o unico que quando nos encontramos só faltamos derrubar a casa por que ele é da velha guarda só acredito vendo e provando eu tenho 84 kilos ele 128 de musculo agilidade de gato e uma força descomunal e eu tenho experiencia de combate real em campo e muitas técnicas denominada negras e mortais em serviço o máximo que eu deveria dominar um adversário experiente em combate era 10 ou onze segundos mas como estou na geladeira em todos os treinamentos que eu vou eu lembro da liberdade que eu tenho de mandalo vir para cima de mim mais outros amigos igual uma locomotiva querendo me matar com o que estiver na frente faca pau chave de fenda garrafa quebrada armas improvizadas a traição para afiar meus instintos quando treinamos com armas nos aproximamos o mais real possivel sabendo a velocidade inicial de cada arma e usando munições que nós adaptamos para treinos feito para não ser tão letais mas ficamos iguais um leopardo no final do treino rssrs edormimos de barriga para baixo mas compensa por que ficamos mais eficientes no domínio deste artefato os combates com facas já adotamos métodos de ataques reais livrando os pontos vitais e se virando evitando ataques telegrafados e em arcos muito fácil dando enfase aos fantasmas e não vísiveis ao angulo de visão normal porque é ai que um perito trabalha!

  2. as always I'm Inspried to get up and drill as if he teaching me at home and its shows on the mats at Dojo my take downs and throws are getting much better. flowing into diff tech easily. Thanks happy holidays. Love all the MA Family;ossa

  3. The founder of Aikido Ueshiba Sensei studied under Takamatsu Sensei the 33 Grandmaster of Togakure Ninjutsu so its no wonder you see the similarity of the throws, I think its more accurate however to say ninjutsu principles in aikido since Ninjutsu came first and influenced Ueshiba and his Aikido system

  4. Ehhhhhh. que hace el dolape. ? Parece Bruce de hard to died. sin dudas sin billeetera original y super trucho. Eso si, vendiendo este pescado, el kiosko factura, que ni te cuento…

  5. lol, a good way to test the effectiveness of your elbow and shoulder manipulation techniques is to play a little ne waza with some over conditioned wrestlers from time to time.
    i play judo mostly and some of the most pain in the ass newaza sessions have been with wrestlers just for the insane amount of tortuous conditioning they put themselves through.
    sometimes i don't even attempt an armbar because they're too strong and i would just be wasting energy.

  6. the hebrew dialogue at 06:35 strengthens my point. Instructor admonishes the uke for trying your suggestion and nearly breaking his neck.
    He says to the uke that the only reason he partly succeeded is that the instrctor felt the mistake and aborted the lock to let the uke reach the ground safely.

    You can not outrun an armlock like this because the trajectory is downward and not to the front. You only apply a frontal directing lever if you want to ballistically break the joint.

  7. i agree, if there is resistance from uke then it will greatly increase the stress applied to his body.
    barring ballistic joint manipulation, it seems all uke has to do to neutralize any danger to his elbow is move forward faster that tori can move backwards.
    a higher degree of speed and agility can be achieved moving forward than any other direction- advantage uke.
    so when tori begins to sit down all uke need do is leap forward and circle out of it.
    the white belt at 6:35 does this shabbily.

  8. Moderator here,
    Arm locks can be for control or for breaking up the joints.
    There is ample control in Te Makura.
    In the northern dojo a resisting opponent caused himself a broken elbow by resisting this technique

  9. during te makura,

    what if you are doing this to someone with strong arms and he posts up with his free hand as you sit down?

    or if the dude is flexible and jumps forward with both feet and balls himself up to put weight on your chest as you sit down?

    this technique seems a little sketchy for 1v1 combat because there are several points during the demonstration where control of the opponents is absent.

    once arm control is gained why not just a simple osoto gari or uchi makikomi?

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