Video Showcase: Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu
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A full spectrum of highly effective combat arts and mobility training for adults and teens ages 13+.
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informal atmosphere where playing is encouraged

Ancient Martial Arts for the Modern Day

Video Showcase: Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu
  • Affordable prices, monthly plans, and no contracts.

  • Learn how to protect yourself and those you care about.

  • No sports. This is the real deal. The goal is survival.

  • Relaxed, informal atmosphere. Classes are fun and our students are friendly.

  • Enhanced self-esteem and confidence

  • Increase your physical fitness and flexibility through conditioning, calisthenics and mobility excercises.

  • Gain better balance and body posture.

  • Improve your self-discipline, mental focus and awareness of the world around you.

  • Learn to think strategically. Gain a better understanding distance and timing.

Experienced and Effective

With nearly 30 years of training experience, Sensei Anthony Brooks is the longest-practicing black belt instructor of authentic ninja and samurai combat arts in the greater Chicago area.

Bujinkan Bushigokoro Dojo is the only fully-licensed dojo in McHenry County for Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.

Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is the only true "Mixed Martial Arts" for the real world, with no rules and no boundaries. It is an all-in-one combat art that includes:

  • Ju-taijutsu (body structure, destabilizing an opponent, grappling, pins, chokes, ground fighting)
    Other martial arts with similar themes:
    Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Judo, Jiu-jitsu, Jeet Kun Do (JKD), Aikido, Aiki-jujutsu

  • Dakentaijutsu (punches and strikes)
    Other martial arts with similar themes:
    Karate / Karate-do, Karate-jutsu

  • Kicking and sweeping
    Other martial arts with similar themes:
    Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, kickboxing

  • Kenjutsu (sword fighting)
    Other martial arts with similar themes:
    Kendo, Iaido, Tameshigiri

  • Ninjutsu / Ninpo (stealth, camoflauge, strategy)

  • Weapons fighting, including guns, chains, bo, knives, swords, and many more.
    Other martial arts with similar themes:
    Kung fu, Tai Chi Chuan

  • Multiple-attacker techniques and strategies.

  • Kyo-jutsu (controlling the opponent's perceptions)

  • Koppo-jutsu (controlling bone structure, bone strikes, joint locks, bone breaks)

  • Koshi-jutsu (finger strikes and tears to soft tissue, nerves, and pressure points)

  • Ukemi (tumbling, rolls, dives, break falls)

Ninja and Samurai were the ultimate fighters when it came to hand to hand combat and personal weaponry. The same nine martial arts schools they taught have been handed down and perfected over the years to become the modern art of Bujinkan Budo Taijutusu.