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Manufacturer: Unique Publications
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Binding: Paperback
Dewey Decimal Number: 355.548
EAN: 9780865680852
ISBN: 086568085X
Label: Unique Publications
Manufacturer: Unique Publications
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 1986-11
Publisher: Unique Publications
Studio: Unique Publications

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Summary: Taijutsu?
Comment: To start the book is thin with plenty of pictures. However a majority of the moves are questionable. For instance if attacked with an overhead knive attack drop to the ground, kick the attacker in the knee then while he is on the ground get the knife away from him. The book is good for laughs but if you're looking to pick up a few moves to add to your arsenal, look elsewhere. I'm no expert on Taijutsu but it seems to me that the moves demonstrated in this book are far from what the origional practicioners intended.

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Summary: Unarmed?!?
Comment: This book is called, "Taijutsu: Ninja Art of Unarmed Combat," but the guy on the cover is waving around not one, but TWO blades. What's up with that?

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Summary: the best print media demo of taijutsu
Comment: this book's purpose is to demonstrate taijutsu for the uninitiated and to describe the differences in its training and more well known martial arts. If you think you've seen ninjutsu in the movies I should mention I have never seen anyone in a "ninja suit" do even one taijutsu move. If you want to see the real stuff get this book.

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Summary: very helpful for every martial art student
Comment: This about 150 pages book brings a fine review of ninjutsu applied to a popular streetcombat and not only (defending against sword) situations. Well prepared, short descriptions but photos instead of'em are very informative. In my opinion this is great book, but not for the beginners. But anyway, if you have a little practice in any martial art you'll find this as very valuable addition. As I've found.

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Summary: Ninja Fact not ...Fiction!
Comment: This book gets right to the core of ninjutsu's total-body skill. A must read for any serious martial artist or ninja student.


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