The History of American Ninjutsu
American Ninjutsu's roots go back to Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu. Mr. Robert Bussey pioneered Togakure Ryu in 1979, being one of the first two men to bring the art to the United States from Japan. Under the tutelage of Shihan Toshiro Nagato, Mr. Bussey received his instructor license from Soke Masaaki Hatsumi, 34th successor to the Togakure Ryu Ninjutsu tradition.
Robert Bussey disassociated himself from traditional Ninjutsu in 1988 and started Robert Bussey's Warrior International (RBWI).
Robert Bussey left traditional Ninjutsu for two reasons:
- Because of its foundation in eastern religious beliefs, rather than Christianity.
- Some of the traditional movements were impractical for a reality based martial art.
In June of 1997, Robert Bussey retired and disbanded his organization.
In July of 1997, American Ninjutsu began being taught under the Personal Protection Concepts (PPC) organization. This new organization was founded by former RBWI sanctioned instructors who wanted to keep their ties with each other current, continue teaching practical self defense within biblical values, and continue to grow and pass on their knowledge.
Trainees assume that anyone, regardless of size or skill level, can be dangerous. In order to defend against the brawler or trained technician, you need to be exposed to unique methods that work against armed, unarmed, and even multiple attackers.
American Ninjutsu Academy trainees work on an effective range of tools that can be learned quickly, without all of the restraints and outdated methods that traditional systems require of there students.
NOT A SPORT
In the real world of personal protection, it's life and death. Anything can happen. Although contest can promote skill and strategy, a tournament is confined by restrictions. It does not address multiple opponents or armed assailants, and in general can build a false sense of security in one's ability to defend his or her life. In American Ninjutsu the challenge you'll face will be to become your personal best.
No memorized Step-By-Step Movements
A Majority of so-called "proven effective" martial arts are a scam. You won't find any refimentation in American Ninjutsu - no apathy toward realism. American Ninjutsu is workable in relation to opponent resistance- No rules defense. You won't have to conform to a robotic self-defense class. On the contrary, American Ninjutsu will conform to your attributes and enhance your potential. In effect, we "personalize" our methods to fit you. All American Ninjutsu instructors teach a philosophy of supreme adaptability.
What Can I Expect To Learn?
American Ninjutsu focuses on, but is not limited to hand to hand combat. Besides working an effective range of tools such as kicking, Joint locks, Chokes, knees, ground fighting, evasion, and so on, you can learn PPC aspects including:
How Much Time Does It Take & How Much Does It Cost
We can offer you the best training available at cost less than most martial art studios. You can attend as many classes as you wish, and dedicate as much or as little time as you want. Regardless, you can be assured of high quality instruction at a reasonable rate.