Singapore Ninjutsu on Kiss 92
I had a lot of fun talking all things ninja with Maddy, Jason and Arnold on Kiss 92’s radio breakfast show this morning. They guys were a lot of fun.
Way of the ninja
There is a 2-page spread in the Home section of today’s Straits Times newspaper about Singapore Ninjutsu. Here is the link to the online version and below it the story: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/education/way-of-the-ninja Way of the ninja Unlike judo or taekwon-do, ninjutsu is not a sport but teaches a set of skills for survival Kevin Lim Executive
Martial arts and aggression
Does martial arts training make people more aggressive? It’s a question many people – and certainly many parents – ask and while many martial artists might object to the question and spout the usual stuff about martial arts being about character development and the skills purely for self defence, it is a question that deserves
What makes Ninjutsu different?
What is unique about Ninjutsu? What makes it different from other martial arts? I have been asked questions like this a lot lately and sometimes it is good to sit back and think about this. After all, to those outside the martial arts world, a lot of arts really do look pretty similar. So here
The Singapore Ninja
The folks at vulcanpost have interviewed us. You can read it here: https://vulcanpost.com/284761/singapore-ninjutsu/
How to teach children
The centuries-old collection of Japanese martial arts that I teach are as effective for self-defence today as they were in feudal Japan and also serve as powerful vehicle for self-improvement and personal development. But just how can one teach such arts to children? The answer is – differently. It simply is not possible to teach
The benefits of martial arts for kids
I have always said that martial are a great activity for children but don’t take my word for it. Here is a pretty good rundown: http://bit.ly/LT9jyv
Know thyself to stay safe
In keeping with my recent theme about the importance of self defence law in a martial arts program, I would like to expand it and look at the role of ethics in martial arts and self defence. I often ask new students what would they be willing to do protect themselves and their loved ones
Know the law, respect the law
Every so often I go into a rant about the importance of martial arts training including self defence law so I thought I would elaborate on it here. We may study martial arts that developed in feudal Japan but we live in the modern world and will be held accountable for our actions. If we
Do you care about your safety?
Here is a game I play every morning. I walk to my local MRT station for my daily commute and scan the people around me to see who would be an easy victim if I was criminal. As a martial arts instructor my job is to teach people to defend themselves and that process begins