Ninjutsu Movements

Ninjutsu Movements


This application features various techniques of movements, evasion and falls (Sabaki waza), displayed in high quality, detailed video clips.

Techniques are introduced by Yossi Sheriff, 5th Dan Bujinkan, Headmaster of the Akban academy.

You can test the functionality and special features of all iBudokan Ninjutsu Apps with the iBudokan Ninjutsu – FREE app.

Recent changes:
Fixed videos appear small on Android 4.3
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About Ninjutsu Movements
This application features various techniques of movements, evasion and falls (Sabaki waza), displayed in high quality, detailed video clips.

Techniques are introduced by Yossi Sheriff, 5th Dan Bujinkan, Headmaster of the Akban academy.

You can test the functionality and special features of all iBudokan Ninjutsu Apps with the iBudokan Ninjutsu – FREE app.

Recent changes:
Fixed videos appear small on Android 4.3

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A Google User
Mar 1, 2012
Bujinkan? I got some Bujinkan DVD's from shihan Richard Van Donk and what he taught is inconsistent with some of the things shown here. For example, Van Donk's side roll makes sure that you are watching forward while you roll to the side, where in this app it's more of a front roll to the side. That being said, this has awesome multiple views and is well lighted and better categorized than Van Donk's videos from a couple years back.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2012
Bujinkan? I got some Bujinkan DVD's from shihan Richard Van Donk and what he taught is inconsistent with some of the things shown here. For example, Van Donk's side roll makes sure that you are watching forward while you roll to the side, where in this app it's more of a front roll to the side. That being said, this has awesome multiple views and is well lighted and better categorized than Van Donk's videos from a couple years back.
matt
Mar 1, 2012
Bujinkan? I got some Bujinkan DVD's from shihan Richard Van Donk and what he taught is inconsistent with some of the things shown here. For example, Van Donk's side roll makes sure that you are watching forward while you roll to the side, where in this app it's more of a front roll to the side. That being said, this has awesome multiple views and is well lighted and better categorized than Van Donk's videos from a couple years back.