"I’ve been looking at some videos on your youtube channel, and the dodging speed is insane - superhuman – what training do the Gyokku Ninja do to achieve this?"
There are all sorts of exercises to enhance the speed of an evasion, as evading an attack, and not taking damage is considered to be MORE important than even dealing damage to an enemy, as a strong attack from a trained attacker can leave one with slowed responses and reflexes. If you would like to learn more about combat evasions and how to do them at intensely fast speeds, look at the different pages in the COMBAT EVASION TRAINING. First perfect the evasions through much repetition, and then pay special attention to the section about increasing the speed of your movements.
One of the ways reflexes are trained is through simulated knife fighting using foam rubber weapons. The 'knives' are actually of sword length, and the combats are called knife fighting only because blocking is not allowed (this increases the speed of combat evasions).
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