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#302231 - 11/18/06 12:06 AM Ninjitsu or wing chun
psychohuman Offline
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I' trying to decide if I should do wing chun a ninjitsu. It seems very difficult to find information on ninjitsu so I just found these videos, and I would like to know if they accurately describe the art.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4o6AimRi2A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhhkgMu7adk&mode=related&search=

Also, more importantly, what do you think are the advantages/disadvatages of both arts on the street?
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#302232 - 11/18/06 01:46 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: psychohuman]
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I dont think ninjutsu or wing tsun is what you should be doing if you are into street fighting XD
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#302233 - 11/18/06 03:35 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: crablord]
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btw i meant to say defense on the street, not street fighting.
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#302234 - 11/18/06 04:00 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: psychohuman]
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try a simpler style if you are purely in for self defence. I always reccomend muay thai for quick defence improvement
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#302235 - 11/18/06 05:15 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: crablord]
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I'd tend to agree. If you want a quick fix, Ninjutsu and Wing Chun aren't really going to help you much. It takes a lot of time to become skilled in each of them. They are very good MA, if you can find the right teacher but they're not a quick fix solution for self defense.
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#302236 - 11/18/06 07:18 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: psychohuman]
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Quote:

I' trying to decide if I should do wing chun a ninjitsu. It seems very difficult to find information on ninjitsu so I just found these videos, and I would like to know if they accurately describe the art.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4o6AimRi2A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhhkgMu7adk&mode=related&search=

Also, more importantly, what do you think are the advantages/disadvatages of both arts on the street?




Negative. Best thing to do is to go to a class and watch them.

Agree with Crablord and Leo, those two arts will take quite a time to become proficent in. If you have the time, then go check out both classes, ask the instructors lots of questions, try a class or two of each, then make your choice.

Best defence for the "street" is awareness, common sense and some strong legs to take you away from any danger.
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#302237 - 11/18/06 07:20 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: Prizewriter]
crablord Offline
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Quote:

Best defence for the "street" is awareness, common sense and some strong legs to take you away from any danger.


you did not just say that
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#302238 - 11/18/06 07:32 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: crablord]
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I did! Best thing to do is be aware your surroundings, who is around you, were you are at etc....

Example, every time I go to a pub or a club that I haven't been to before, the first thing you do is look for the exits. If something goes wrong, I am looking to get out as fast as I can.

As a Judo sensei once said to me " Most important things for SD are good brain and good legs. Brain identifies the danger, legs take you away from it"


Pyschohuman is a newbie here. Not to say that Pyshcohuman is a newbie to MA or has never been in a real life defence situation, but it is better to talk to people about common sense SD first and foremost i.e. awareness, avoidance, deescalate a situation, etc... That should always be stressed to a person started out in MA when they are looking to learn about SD.

I have expressed my views on here before about the so-called "street".

Always avoid trouble were you can, be it by talking your way out of it, avoiding a group of people (if possible), not going anywhere alone etc... Using MA should always be a last resort in defending yourself. That was the point I was making.


Edited by Prizewriter (11/18/06 07:34 AM)
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#302239 - 11/18/06 07:47 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: Prizewriter]
psychohuman Offline
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I thought muay thai would need the most dedication because muay thai fighters condition their bodies to be be like stone. I'll start researching that too, thanks for the contributions.
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#302240 - 11/18/06 07:50 AM Re: Ninjitsu or wing chun [Re: Prizewriter]
crablord Offline
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physchohuman! you catch all of that? now you know that you infact SHOULDNT goup to gangs of bikeys and kick them in the shins anymore. Thats some good advice right there prizewriter. oh and remember, watch out for danger. .......lol
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