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The butterfly spin is an essential manipulation that every creative bo staff practitioner should learn. Your students will develop coordination, control, and speed with this technique.
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The zero gravity is a difficult horizontal throw that has many variations that your students will be able to work towards. Advanced students will love working on this challenging, but fun, technique.
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Once you have your releases down, develop your timing and upgrade your difficulty with one of Jackson's signature moves. Keep in mind that you are not actually rolling the bo on your finger, but doing several small releases.
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This nunchaku spin is one of the most frequently used techniques in competition. Walk through the basics of the spin with one hand, add the loop technique, and finally progress to both hands.
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This basic toss is the first step in adding exciting releases to your students' performances. These tips will help you land it every time.
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This trick is great for beginners. Take inspiration from the Chinese arts to learn a staple tricking technique.
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The 540 is a great upgrade to the tornado kick. This technique is commonly used in competition and great for demonstration as well.
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