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Bo Staff Red Oak 1903-6

Bo Staff Red Oak 1903-6

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  • Fighting Bo Staff

    Made of select red oak with a smooth finish.

    Tapered style. 1-1/4 inch diameter tapered to 7/8 inch on ends. Rounded ends to help prevent splitting. Size: 6 feet

    This is a 6 red oak Bo Staff. Often times it is used in Martial Arts practice.

    Martial arts are systems of codified practices and traditions of training for combat. While they maybe studied for various reasons, martial arts share a single objective: to defeat a person physically or to defend oneself from physical threat. In addition, some martial arts are linked to spiritual or religious beliefs/philosophies such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism or Shinto while others have their own spiritual or non-spiritual code of honour. Many arts are also practised competitively most commonly as combat sports, but may also be in the form of dance.

    In popular culture, the term "Martial Arts" often specifically refers to the combat systems that originated in East Asian cultures. However, the term actually refers to any sort of codified combat systems, regardless of origin. Throughout Europe there was an extensive system of combat martial arts, collectively referred to as Historical European martial arts, that existed until modern times and are now being reconstructed by several organizations (e.g. Savate, a French kicking style developed by sailors and street fighters). In the Americas, Native Americans have a tradition of open-handed martial arts, which includes wrestling, and Hawaiians have historically practiced arts featuring small and large joint manipulation. A mix of origins occur in the athletic movements of Capoeira, a practice that was created in Brazil by slaves and was based on skills brought with them from Africa.

    While each style has unique facets that makes it different from other martial arts, a common characteristic is the systemization of fighting techniques. Methods of training vary and may include sparring or forms (kata), which are sets or routines of techniques that are performed alone, or sometimes with a partner, and which are especially common in the Asian and Asian-derived martial arts,[1].

    The word 'martial' derives from the name of Mars, the Roman god of war. The term 'Martial Arts' literally means arts of war. This term comes from 15th century Europeans who were referring to their own fighting arts that are today known as Historical European martial arts. A practitioner of martial arts is referred to as a martial artist.

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