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What is the main technical focus of Bushin Ryu?

I have met others who have studied this style from time to time over the years at various seminars and workshops. All seemed very skillful. This is something to be admired and something I aspire to.

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I have refocused your question on the technical aspect of Bushin Ryu since local (where to train) questions are off topic. – Sardathrion Mar 3 '14 at 8:00
Look, seriously, Bushin-ryu is a made up style found in Street Fighter. It's main technical focus seems to be propeller kicks and energy balls. If someone claims to be a Bushin-Ryu master or practitioner, chances are they're actually skilled at Bullshido, like all those "ninja" schools where they teach you nothing but cool poses. – Juann Strauss Mar 4 '14 at 10:08
Really? Bushin Ryu has been around for a lot longer than Street Fighter.. There are several manifestations of the art around the world - all originating in Malaysia.In Canada it is Okinawan Karate/Jujitsu combined , as it is in the USA..In NZ , Australia and the UK it is Okinawan karate-jutsu/aikijutsu combined.No energy balls and lots of real life impact. – karateka Mar 4 '14 at 19:27
Yeah, I saw the videos. I stand by what I said about the "ninja" schools. – Juann Strauss Mar 5 '14 at 8:16

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