Like the ninja warrior, you too can walk unobserved, penetrating forbidden areas unseen, departing at will without leaving a trace. Now this classic work’s secrets of invisibility, known to the ninja of old, can be part of your self-defense repertoire.
The training a student must undergo in order to become a practicing ninja involves tasks that are not to be taken lightly; indeed, attaining the higher stages demands an intensity of effort and perseverance greater than that required for any other pursuit. The training process necessitates the disintegration and reintegration of the student’s own personality. As a result, one may become a ninja.
Be invincible once you learn to become part of your surroundings and employ the deadly moves of ninjitsu. Ashida Kim, author of the noted Secrets of the Ninja, also tells you how to vanish from your opponent’s sight and make his instinctive reactions works for you. And should you be seized, learn which deadly fighting techniques will make you the undeniable victor!
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About the Author
Ashida Kim is an internationally renowned martial arts expert who teaches and lectures on Ninjitsu around the world. He has written fifty books on martial arts. In 2009 he was inducted into the USKA Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Grandmaster of the Year. He resides in Lake Alfred, Florida.