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NINJA CAMP 2017

20th ANNIVERSARY

 

Join us for a full day of American Ninjutsu with some of the best instructors!

Camp will be Saturday, September 30th from 9am to 5pm with an overnight option for Friday.

Full Camp Options: Friday check in at 6pm with an overnight cabin, light training, refreshments and breakfast in the morning as well as the full day of training and lunch on Saturday. Cost $115 per person.

Saturday Only Camp Option: Saturday check in at 9 am includes a full day of training and lunch. Cost $75

All Fees will increase by $10 if registering September 16 to the day of camp.

Camp Tshirts available for pre-order or limited numbers at the camp. Shirts are $20 each. Make sure to include a

camp t-shirt in your online purchase.

 

Updates Coming Soon - Check Back Often!

Timelines  may change slightly

 

Camp Instructors - Check Back Often For More Details

Devon Redmond, 3rd Degree Black Belt

Devon started training in RBWI in 1991 at the age of 5.  Received his first degree black belt in 1994 at the age of 8.  Was presented his 2nd degree and 3rd degree by Yvonne Falgout and Ed Redmond Devon was also the Captian of the Lamar HS Wrestling team and founding member of UTA’s wrestling team.  Devon currently teaches at the Arlington American Ninjutsu School and trains on a regular basis in Jiu-Jitsu.

Camp Session:

Momentum and Redirection/Entrance to Ground Work

Drills, set ups and techniques that will help develop better body movement in all areas of American Ninjutsu.  Direct focus on body awareness of your opponent and yourself.

Mike Cassata, 3rd Degree Black Belt

Mike has been involved in the Martial Arts for over 30 years. He trained directly under Mr. Michael Bussey in Ninjutsu/RBWI where he earned his Black Belt Senior Instructor Status (3rd degree). In 2003 he began training and competing in Judo under Sensei Ace Sukigara until 2010. Mike currently trains in Jiu-Jitsu where he is learning the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu system from Prof. Ryan Young with Kama Jiu-Jitsu. Mike is also a police officer for a local PD in the DFW Metroplex area. He has been in law enforcement for over 20 years now and has served in Patrol including bicycle patrol assignments, Special Operations including EOD/Bomb Squad and SWAT. Mike is currently assigned to his departments training division where he teaches defensive tactics, firearms and policies/procedures. He has been recognized by the State of Texas as a Certified Instructor and Firearms instructor since 1997 and holds a Master Peace Officers License.

 

Camp Session:

Pistol/Weapon Disarming

This block of instruction will cover a brief overview of the principles of weapon disarming. The principles will be applied in basic techniques and naturally progress into more advanced techniques. The advanced techniques will incorporate weapon control, subject control and disarming under realistic situations.

 

 

Aaron Awbrey, 2nd Degree Instructor Advanced Status

Mr. Awbrey is a 2nd degree black belt in American Ninjutsu and holds advanced ranks in several other martial arts. He has studied with many of the top ranking AN and RBWI instructors over the years and is dedicated to carrying on our long and rich history of realistic, life-saving methods.

 

Kyle Stockton, 3rd Degree Black Belt 

Mr Stockton has trained in various martial arts over the years.  He holds a 3rd degree black belt Senior Instructor Status in American Ninjutsu.  He has also studied advanced survival and fighting skills with world renowed Robert Bussey. Kyle is the Program Director at the Arlington school.

Camp Session:

Basic Outdoor Survival

This session will focus on basic outdoor survival needs, such as: fire starting, navigation, constructing a simple "bug out" bag, water purification, and shelter construction.  

Aaron Awbrey, 2nd Degree Instructor Advanced Status

Camp Session:

Advanced Combat Technique Concepts:

This brief course will cover concepts for improving the success of your combat techniques when facing a resisting assailant. Some examples include: using “set-up” shots to disrupt the opponent and gain the advantage, eliminating steps and using proper distancing to improve speed and efficiency, as well as some ideas on how to control the opponent better once contact is made. This segment will include live examples for students to practice with a partner.