List of Bo Staff Techniques

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List of Bo Staff Techniques

This section focuses on providing "how to" instructions for various Bo staff techniques (i.e. spins, strikes, blocks, etc.). These video instructions will help beginning martial artists learn how to use a Bo staff for demonstrations, self-defense, kata and sparring. The Bo (staff) is an Okinawan (Japan) martial arts weapon. This staff is basically a long wooden weapon traditionally made of Oak and is roughly 6 feet in length. However, for demonstrations, a Bo is usually a lightweight metal staff (lighter weight for faster spins, etc.).

Many martial arts train with staffs (i.e. Bo, Jo and Jang Bong) including Aikido, Bojutsu, Hapkido, Karate, Kung Fu, Taekwondo, etc. Moreover, many of these martial arts practice a wide variety of Bo katas. For other martial arts weapon information (i.e. info for the Nunchaku or Sai), please visit the main Martial Arts Weapons section.

Books on Bo & Staff Techniques

Bo Staff Self-Defense Techniques

Bo Staff Spins - Mainly for Demonstrations

Bo Staff Strikes

Bo Staff Blocks

Empty Hand Defense Against a Bo

Bo Staff Demonstration Combinations

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