Bo Staff - How To Do A Thrust
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Bo Staff - How To Do A Thrust
This page provides details on how to do a Bo Staff Thrust. This strike is often used in self-defense and sparring in order to attack the head or body of an opponent. This technique is only slightly different than a Bo Staff Poke due to the hand grip utilized.
These video instructions will help beginning martial artists learn how to use a Bo Staff for demonstrations, self-defense and sparring purposes.
For other Bo Staff instructional information, visit the main Bo Staff Techniques section.
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