Weekly Ninjutsu plan for Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ramat Hasharon dojo, 15-19/12/2013

This week at our Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Ramat Hasharon dojos (Hebrew links) we will continue working on the junction between striking and grappling. Using the Tsukidaoshi as a checking ground for linear attacking movement, and regular Ninjutsu punching mitts drills as a model for chaotic short range work, we will continue to improve our randori. Using the opponent's reaction on short range holds, after closing the distance, we will train with ura reactions to the opponent's techniques. Please do not forget to bring punching gloves as we always validate our Ninjutsu with randori. For questions, please call me at:052-5108747 The sessions start with Ninjutsu kamae followed by the himum. The session ends with Randori. We upload selected Ninjutsu lessons to the Ninjutsu training category at the AKBAN wiki.