Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 21, 2012
Ninja Learning Network has released its "iTunes ready" mp4 instant download version of their popular "Basics of Ninja Training" Bujinkan Ninjutsu blackbelt video course. The high definition downloads are formatted for iTunes, iPad, iPod Touch, Kindle Fire and other tablets, many Droid devices, game systems for TV or monitors, and all computers. The videos are formatted to also play on most media players and many devices without using iTunes. Now, wherever a martial arts student may be, 24 hours a day, they can learn about how to be a Ninja blackbelt on the device or player of their choice. Current students of Bujinkan Ninjutsu will find it an invaluable reference tool. The course provides over 60 high-definition video blackbelt lessons in Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, the authentic ancient martial art of the Ninja as passed down from the Ninja Grandmaster Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi in Japan.
This comprehensive Bujinkan Ninjutsu video blackbelt course "Basics of Ninja Training" with 10th Dan Sensei Mark Roemke shows required knowledge for earning a first-degree (Shodan level) Ninja blackbelt at the Santa Cruz Bujinkan Dojo in California. Sensei Roemke is officially licensed by Hatsumi Soke. This blackbelt video course features over 8 hours of video instruction including over 16 Ninja weapons and comes with a 44 page blackbelt guide book in PDF format. The course, or individual lessons from it, can be downloaded to any computer or appropriate device for inclusion in an iTunes library, no transcoding required. The files will also play easily in most mainstream media players and do not require iTunes or any special conversion. The videos can be viewed on most devices and game systems such as Xbox, Playstation and Wii. A large format h264 download version is also available for best possible viewing experience on large 52" HD viewing screens. It is possible to easily convert the files for Droid viewing and for other platforms when necessary.
Sample videos, detailed curriculum information, and complete technical information about all the downloads are provided at Ninja Learning Network's website http://www.Ninja-Learning-Network.com. The blackbelt video course is also available in 10 disc DVD and Bluray sets which can be shipped to almost any country.
Ninja Learning Network also provides dozens of free Ninjutsu "iTunes ready" mp4 video downloads via their free Ninjutsu vlog series called "The Ninja Training Video Blog." The company invites all viewers to follow that free video blog to watch ongoing Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu lessons at their website or social network sites.