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Anyone know somewhere that teaches 3 section staff skills?

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Hi there, about a year ago a friend decided to get me a 3 section staff as a birthday present but I havent been able to teach my self how to use it. I can use nuchuki to limited level but would love to learn how to use the 3 section staff. Does anyone know where i could learn in the sheffield/rotherham area? any help would be appriciated as i simply havent a clue as to how to use it and I got fed up of hitting my head with it.

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hi, i know a preying mantis instructor who seems to know how to use just about every trad weapon. he occasionally posts on the forum - minds gone blank - his forum handle is either mantisdave or davemantis. suggest you have a chat with him. i train with him on saturday mornings in dinnington, but that class is primarily wing chun. good luck.

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thank you ill try an get in touch him

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Think there's also someone at the 393 club in Hillsborough who runs a lau gar kung fu class who might be able to help you... well there's a big painting of him on the wall using one anyway. His name's Adrian.

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It’s not an easy weapon to use and most clubs will not teach it to beginners.

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hi davemantis, i havent made enough posts yet to pm you sorry, but anyway I would just like to be able to use 3 section staff with a degree of skill as its such a rarely used weapon ( to my limited knowlage anyway ), I have an intrest in stuff like this i learnt how to use nuchukas (didnt learn how to spell it tho) and a few more circus props like poi and staff. i think 3 section staff would be a gud one to kno how to do but i just dont kno what ur supposed to do with it really.

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I would suggest joining a kung fu club that teaches it. But you will find it will take some time to get onto it. The good thing is you would pick up a lot of other weapons on the way.

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graham abdulla, contact 393 club, he also gives private lessons if you wish

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