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Weapons of Budo 1

Weapons of Budo 1

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Budo Weapons are a reflection of the martial arts tradition as well as one of the symbols for a new artistic practice. Budo weapons are considered as the extension of the arm and come with a rich history. The weapons work is presented on this DVD by three experts who demonstrate their respective weapons: Jean Francois Lachapelle (Canada): vice winner of the French Open, demonstrates the Bo Handling (a 6 foot stick); Karyne Belanger (Canada), senior unified world champion, presents the Kamas work (two small sharp sickles); and Stephane Aniere (France), former International champion, demonstrates the technical richness of Nunchaku, the famous weapon celebrated by Bruce Lee the three experts present basic work and necessary combinations for a learning of the weapon handling. They give you, step by step, their secrets and explain how to obtain the abilities that made them famous around the world. Languages: English - French - Spanish - German - Portuguese. Extra features: Photo Gallery - Making of - Trailers.

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    Title: Weapons of Budo 1
    Genre: Sports-Martial Arts
    Release Date: 9/17/2013
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 480
    UPC: 874482004807
    Item #: 759173X
    This product is a special order

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 9/17/2013
    Run Time: 120 minutes
    Studio: Bayview Films