This page provides details on the martial arts weapon kata known as Shushi No Kun kata. This kata uses the Okinawan staff known as a Bo. This kata has 61 moves … it does take a bit of practice to remember all the moves in the correct sequence.
Be aware that many Karate substyles (i.e. Shito-Ryu and Shuri-Ryu) have slightly different versions of this kata. Please check with your instructor for further information on the exact steps in your style's version of this kata.
Instructional Video for the Shushi No Kun Kata
This video contains some useful instructions on this kata so try to watch it the whole way through at least once. If you just want to see the kata done slowly skip to the 45 sec mark. Then the kata is done again but at normal speed.
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