In today’s sport martial arts community and at most tournaments you can see each of these weapons in action and day by day modern practitioners are developing new methods of use for show and performance. What weapons will you choose?
In today’s consumer focused world your students have many options available to them compared to 20 years ago. Gone are the days of only being able to access martial arts weapons and training equipment solely at your local dojo, now you can pick up weapons with the click of a mouse
Taking good care of your Ultimate Weapon can improve its longevity and helps you get the most for your money. After all, your weapon is an investment. The more you practice the better you get. Hopefully, you will be spending several hours every week practicing with your weapon, so weapon maintenance is equally important. In the same ways that you should perform routine car care such as oil changes and car washes, here are a few ways to care for your Bo Staff, Nunchakus, Kamas, and Sword.
Surely buying the largest weapon for them to grow into is the best bet, they will just grow into right? This is by far the fastest way to lengthen the learning curve on any weapon and lead to frustration and possibly injury due to an improper weapon size!
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