Good Mornin' Gentlemen (and ladies too!).
I'm currently going to a gym that teachs Jeet Kune Do concepts and am currently doing their intro Muay Thai work-out (lots and lots of polymetrics and calestics, excuse the spelling) and their Fillipino Martal Arts which entails stick, knife and more fluid unarmed work. They also offer, though I am not taking it yet, Combat Submission Wrestling, JuJutsu (brazillian, I think) and more advanced Muay Thai classes as well as an allround Mixed Martial Arts class. I'm very happy with what I 'm doing and I'm losing weight and learning some useful skills... however I am currently mildly conflicted
I stumpled upon a place that offer Bujikan Taijutsu and the weapons training along with it. Problem is that it would mildly conflict with my Jeer Kune Do schedule and I'm not sure how I feel about that. Now I'm very much so "about practical application and the pride of being a (martial)artists"
I know that Bruce Lee himself to absord what is useful and disgard that which is not. The only thing about ninjutsu from The Bujikan that I am interested in are the nerve strikes and the stealth stuff. Anyone that knows anything of it or has trained in it or is training: Your imput would be most appreciated!
I see it has been a while since you posted and replied. Your pros are sort of correct and your con is completely wrong. But as you said in a later post you were interested in what I call the 'hollywood" ninjer stuff and you wouldn't find it in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.
All the best,