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In combination with the popularity of other video sharing sites, many people have become interested in learning how to use the weapons for nunxhaku displays.

With the growing prevalence of the Internet, the availability of nunchaku has greatly increased. Then you have to deconstruct what you’ve lear It can be whirled around, using its hardened handles for blunt force, as well as wrapping its chain around an attacking weapon to immobilize katq disarm an opponent. Archived from the original on 25 July This gave rise to the theory that it was originally developed by an Katta horse bit mugeor that it was adapted from a wooden clapper called hyoshiki [9] carried by the village night watch, made of two blocks of wood joined by a cord.

The origin of the nunchaku is unclear, although one popular belief is that nunchaku was originally a short South-East Asian flail [8] used to thresh rice or soybeans.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. California has made exceptions for professional martial arts schools and practitioners to use the nunchaku.

Nunchaku consist of two sections of wood connected by a cord or chain, though variants may include additional kats of wood and chain.

Cheaper or gimmicky nunchaku such as glow-in-the-dark versions are often not properly balanced, which prevents the performer from performing the more advanced and flashier “low-grip” moves, such as overhand twirls. This tutorial shows you how to perform the first bo kata form: In Hong Kong, it is illegal to possess metal or wooden nunchaku connected by a chain, though one can obtain a license from the police as a martial arts instructor, and rubber nunchaku are still allowed.


Martial arts in Okinawa were practiced exclusively by aristocracy kazoku and “serving nobles” shizokubut were prohibited among commoners heimin. The exact origin of nunchaku is unclear. Then you have to perfect what you’ve learned.

The two sections of the weapon are commonly made out of wood, while the link is a cord or a metal chain. It is not uncommon to see modern nunchaku made from light metals such as aluminum.

Inpolice in the town of Anderson, California were trained and deployed to use nunchaku as a form of non-lethal force. Toy and practice nunchaku are commonly covered with foam to prevent injury to the self or others.

The night watch would hit the blocks of wood together to attract people’s attention, then warn them about fires and other dangers.

Modern-day nunchaku can be made from metal, wood, plastic or fiberglass. Video Too Long for Instagram Stories? This video is a step-by-step analysis of each of nunchakh moves of the first bo kata, shu shi no kon, including what attack you are blocking and striking point on the opponent.


Nunchaku training has been noted [ by whom? In modern times, nunchaku Tabak-Toyok were popularized by actor and martial artist Bruce Lee and his martial arts student and teacher to him of Filipino martial arts Dan Inosantowho introduced this weapon to the actor. Modern nunchaku can be made from any suitable material, such as wood, metal, or almost any plastic, fiberglass or other hard substance.

Traditional nunchaku are made from a strong, flexible hardwood such as oakloquat or pasania. Possession of nunchaku in mainland China is legal.

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A great way to learn these moves. Legality in Australia is determined by individual state laws. A karateka may be excused if he or kataa makes only one resolutio Some propose that the association of nunchaku and other Okinawan weapons with rebellious peasants is most likely a romantic exaggeration.


Close-up image of the kontoh top of two nunchaku, showing the kusari chain on one, and the himo rope and ana hole that the himo goes nknchaku on the other.

First Nunchaku Kata

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Retrieved 9 November Finally, the wood is very finely sanded and rubbed with an oil or stain for preservation. This practice tends to reduce the grip and make the weapon harder to handle, and is therefore not advised for combat.

Legality in the United States varies at the state level. Chinese nunchaku tend to be rounded, [ according to whom? Archived from the original on 6 November However, following a case brought by Strathclyde Police and the procurator fiscal heard at Glasgow Sheriff Court on 10 Februarya sheriff ruled that nunchaku fell nunchxku the category of a “prohibited weapon,” as defined by the Criminal Justice Act Archived copy as title Articles containing Japanese-language text All articles with nunchkau marked weasel-worded phrases Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from December All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from April Articles with unsourced statements from September Commons category link is on Wikidata Wikipedia articles with GND identifiers.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Nunchaku. Freestyle nunchaku is a modern style of performance art using nunchaku as a visual tool, rather than as a weapon. Seibu nunchaku is the second nunchaku kata, so we have to learn the first one before going onto this one.

Korean systems combine offensive and defensive moves, so both locks and strikes are taught.