Weekly Ninjutsu plan for Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ramat Hasharon dojo, 17-21/11/2013


November 16, 2013
Yossi Sheriff

This week at our Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Ramat Hasharon dojos (Hebrew links) we will start practicing with the sabaki and timing against several attackers.

Opinions in several training place concerning multiple opponent control vary, and are sometimes pretty unreal. Analyzing multiple opponent scenarios show that the lone defender is disadvantaged against any number of multiple attackers.

Beyond recommending avoidance and retreat, we know that it is not possible on all scenarious and that fighting is sometimes inevitable and must be done with full force and determination to survive.

Last year we learned a basic tactic called the Hashira Hakaisha, and this semester we will start with this technique and proceed to explore more advanced modes of fighting against several opponents.

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.