Jun 27, 2017

Training Equipment & Uniform

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Edited: Jun 28, 2017

All the basic stuff you'll need along the way.

 

UNIFORM

1. Uniform/Gi (Jacket, Pants, Belt)

2. Tabi (Traditional Shoes)

3. Wappen (Bujinkan Uniform Patch)

4. Rashguard/Compression T-Shirt

5. Compression Pants

8. Drink Bottle

9, Training Bag

10. Small Towel

11. BJK Academy T-Shirt

 

WEAPONS

1. Bokken (Wooden Sword)

2. Hanbo (Wooden Stick 6ft)

3. Bo (Wooden Stick 6ft)

4. Tanto (Training Knife)

5. Kusari Fundo (Cord)

 

PERSONAL PROTECTION

1. Training Gloves

2. Mouthguard

3. Shin Guards

4. Head Guard

5. Groin Protection

 

Looking for new training gear or clothing? Let us know and we can order you some in!

Aug 11, 2017

I came across this article tonight that talks a bit about superstitions around washing your belt. It's definitely an interesting read! How do we feel about this at BJK?

Aug 11, 2017

I've never washed mine; personally, I believe that the state of your belt is a good indication of how many hours you've put into your training at that level, the older and more worn the better!

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