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#350570 - 07/08/07 10:58 PM Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu
Madigan Offline
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Well, I'd like to learn both Bujinkan and Kyushojutsu, however, I'm not a huge fan of classes, so does anyone know any good books/websites that would be a good source of information for learning them.

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#350571 - 07/08/07 11:13 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Madigan]
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Not a fan of classes? May I ask why, as video is clearly an inferior means of learning martial arts?
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#350572 - 07/08/07 11:20 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Madigan]
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well, I only have time really during the summer, as soon as school starts I spend most of my time doing tech at my highschool theater, then I have lacrosse in the spring, and homework. My family also takes multiple vacations so it would just be inconvienent and expensive.

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#350573 - 07/08/07 11:56 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Madigan]
archon113 Offline
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Even though you're busy, you'll most likely find it much more beneficial to go to classes whenever you can make it, rather than just watching videos. I know there have been many occasions when I thought I was doing a technique perfectly, only to have my instructor show me what I was doing wrong. That's the sort of thing you just don't get from a book or video. Also, are you planning to train with others at all?

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#350574 - 07/09/07 06:02 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Madigan]
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well, I only have time really during the summer, as soon as school starts I spend most of my time doing tech at my highschool theater, then I have lacrosse in the spring, and homework. My family also takes multiple vacations so it would just be inconvienent and expensive.




then you have not got a hope of even scrathing the surface of Bujinkan. Hell, its daunting even if your only martial art, and as such, your only hobby. 9 schools covering numerous skills, all wrapped up into one lifetime of learning. A couple of video's over the summer aint going to cut it. Save your money, follow your other persuits as they are your priority and clearly make you happy; and come back to martial arts later in your life if, or when, you are willing to dedicate the necessary amount of time to learn them properly.
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#350575 - 07/09/07 07:45 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Madigan]
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Well, I'd like to learn both Classical guitar and Tuvik Throat singing, however, I'm not a huge fan of classes, so does anyone know any good books/websites that would be a good source of information for learning them.
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#350576 - 07/09/07 08:11 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: oldman]
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oldman, never heard of such a thing as 'Classical guitar'...but I did find an interesting crash-course for you in Khoomei.
http://www.busker-kibbutznik.org/khoomei/HOW-TO/crashcourse.html

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#350577 - 07/10/07 08:11 PM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Ed_Morris]
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oldman
qvc...you can get that piece of crap esteban guitar dirt cheap!..but its a real piece of crap. but i hear the lessons are great.( i really have heard that actually)

ed...a classical guitar is a somewhat small acoustic guitar with nylon strings. not so ironically used to play classical music such as bach or beethoven. :P however it should be noted that classical music does not neccessarily neccessitate having a classical guitar, as it can be played on any guitar for they all share the same basic makeup, and idea...much like martial arts no?
martially applicable...you bed...its a big friggin hammer...or eku maybe.
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#350578 - 07/11/07 09:34 AM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: Ed_Morris]
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Andrés Segovia (1893-1987) is considered to be the father of the modern classical guitar movement by most modern scholars.

Once upon a time.

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#350579 - 07/11/07 10:55 AM Re: Bujinkan and Kyshojutsu [Re: iaibear]
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Aaaaand... scene!
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