Learn Matayoshi's Bo Kata - Choun No Kon (Bo Staff Kata)

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Learn Matayoshi's Bo Kata - Choun No Kon (Bo Staff Kata)

Here are instructions and videos for Matayoshi's Bo Kata - Choun No Kon. This Karate kata uses the traditional martial arts weapon known as a Bo or Bo staff.

Bo katas practice offensive and defensive staff techniques in a specified pattern of steps and movements. These katas are often training tools for higher level Karate students.

If you are searching for other katas, please visit the main Bo katas or non-weapon katas sections.

Demonstration Video for Matayoshi Kata - Choun No Kon (Bo Staff Kata)

Written Instructions for Kata

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References

  1. Boulder Kobudo, Matayoshi Kobudo, http://boulderkodokan.com/matayoshi-kobudo/, Added - 08/05/14


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