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This site is dedicated to those who pursue a path of self-development through the study and practice of stealth, ninjutsu, espionage, and emergency preparedness.

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Bridge Movement I: Using Sound as Cover and Other Exercises

This first presentation of bridge exercises gives an overview of the basic climbing postures I use for moving beneath bridges for strength, endurance, and emergency preparedness. I usually perform these exercises following a 3 to 5 mile run depending on how I feel. These exercises are predicated on ninjutsu principles of stealth and physical fitness … Continue reading Bridge Movement I: Using Sound as Cover and Other Exercises

Shinobi Prepping (Ninjutsu 忍術 and Preparedness): The Shadow Zone

Happy Halloween!!! While shinobi possessed myriad methods of igniting fires, it was often the case that their mission required operating in pitch black conditions so as to stay as concealed as possible from the eyes of others. They had to know when to move and how to move while relying on senses other than sight. … Continue reading Shinobi Prepping (Ninjutsu 忍術 and Preparedness): The Shadow Zone

Stealth 101: Quiet Landing (a Modern Look at Hicho no Tsutae)

“If you jump from a height to a lower place, you should have the feeling as if you were going to jump up again. Do this at a short height above the ground. This makes you land without much noise or any blunders.” – Lower Ninjutsu Tradition of Hicho no Tsutae (Iga and Koka Ninja … Continue reading Stealth 101: Quiet Landing (a Modern Look at Hicho no Tsutae)

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