Title: TANREN VOL 1 - KIHON HAPPO TRAINING DRILLS
Instructors: Mats Hjelm 13th Dan
Theme: Kihon Happo and Kicking training exercises.
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden July 2007
Format: NTSC system and Region Free, DVD/-R which plays on most DVD players and DVD-Roms on your computer. 73 Minutes playing time.
Note: This is the first in a series of SHUT UP AND TRAIN videos guaranteed to make you sweat. If you don't like getting sweaty during training, then this video is not for you. This DVD is for practitioners who want to learn new training drills which might speed up their skill level if really practised.
It can also be a very good work out that will get you sweaty. Some exercises is easy and some is more difficult, some you can work out on your own and some you need a training partner.
|Title: Bujinkan Kihon #2
Instructors: Holger Kunzmann, Bujinkan Shihan
Theme: Kihon Happo ans Sanshin no Kata with the feeling of Togakure-ryu Ninpo
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden February 2008
Format: DVD/-R which plays on all computers using and ordinary DVDRom. It also plays on most DVD players (check your manual!).
140 Minutes playing time top quality
Who is Holger Kunzmann
What is on the video
In February 2008 he came to visit us in Stockholm, Sweden to give a seminar on this years theme. This is from the extra training and first hours from the seminar where he teach Kihon Happo and Sanshin no kata.
|Title: Bujinkan Kihon #1
Instructors: Tim Bathurst - 13'th Dan
Theme: Kihon Happo with the feeling of Roppô Kuji no Biken
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden August 2004
Format: DVD/R which plays on all computers using and ordinary DVDRom. It also plays on most DVD players (check your manual!).
75 Minutes playing time top quality
Who is Tim Bathurst
Tim has never been in the Military, never served as a police officer, never done personal security, never been to war... Actually, the only thing he has really done is train with the best of the Bujinkan for the last dozen years or so.
If you've been to Japan in the last 5 years or so you would have seen Tim at Hatsumi sensei's or Nagato sensei's dojos. If you're unlucky you will also have to put up with him translating from Japanese into his own Australian version of English and occasionally into rather poor Spanish.
One of the huge benefits of training for so long in Japan is that Tim has learnt his weapons technique as well as his Taijutsu directly from the Grandmaster and the top Master students of the Art.
From his own web site... http://www.timbathurst.net
What is on the video
In August 2004 he came to visit us in Stockholm, Sweden to give a seminar on this years Bujinkan theme, Roppô Kuji no Biken. This video is from the extra training on Thursday, and the first hours from Sunday morning at the seminar (see Keiko#9). He taught Kihon Happô basics and applications with or without weapons, mostly knife and swords.
Taught on this Video...
|Title: Keiko21 - Mats Hjelm - Togakure-ryu Ninpo-taijutsu - Santo Tonko no Kata v2
Instructors: Mats Hjelm
Theme: Togakure-ryu ninpo-taijutsu / Santo tonko no kata + Taihenjutsu + Sanshin no kata with hidden tanto
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm March 29-30th 2007
The instruction is in English
Format: DVD/R- (it might not work on older DVD players! check your manual first!) 100 Minutes playing time.
|Title: Keiko18 - Kukishin-ryu Dakentaijutsu
Instructors: Mats Hjelm
Theme: Kukishin-ryu Dakentaijutsu & Kenjutsu
Recorded: Recorded in Stockholm February 17-18th 2007
The instruction is in Swedish
Format: DVD/R- (it might not work on older DVD players! check your manual first!) 120 Minutes playing time.
Shortly after returning from 3 weeks training in Japan with Soke and the Shihan, Mats held this seminar.
The DVD conatins all 12 techniques from the Shoden kata level of Kûkishin-ryû dakentaijutsu.
There is also a few sword techniques and drills, plus extra material showing how to put on the yoroi (samurai armor).
About the instructor
About the instructorMats Hjelm started training in Bujinkan for the first time around 1983, but it wasn’t until 1986 he had the opportunity to start training more seriously under a Shidôshi. He attends around 20 seminars, go to Japan 2-3 times every year. Since he started training he never had a training break. He takes his budo training very seriously! If you want to sponsor a seminar or course, please don’t hesitate to contact him. For more information see his web site www.kesshi.com Note! The instructions is in Swedish and there is no sub titles on this DVD