Sai & Foam Nunchaku
Here at Universal Self Defence our training weapons are real enough for realistic scenarios but safe enough to avoid injury.
Learning the basics of real world self defence using traditional martial arts means investing in well designed training weapons that are safe and effective, of course under the strict supervision of a qualified trainer or instructor. Whether you are learning to defend or disarm, the training weapons need to be up to par. Fortunately Universal Self Defence put a lot of work and experience into providing customers with the best variety of training weapons that are high quality and beginner friendly. Whether you are a novice or experienced martial artist you will appreciate the quality of the Morgan Sai and Foam training Nunchaku.
The Sai is a classic Japanese three pronged weapon that many martial artists would love to master with its use being inspired by many popular ninja movies. But training with the Sai will require strict professional supervision and must not be used for sparring especially for beginners. Although the pointed end of the blade is blunt, careless use can still pose a real injury risk. When you purchase a pair of Sai training weapons make sure that they are for serious and responsible martial arts practitioners.
The Morgan Octagonal Sai is made from high quality solid steel plated in polished chrome for a mirror shine finish. The leather wrapped handle allows for added texture and a strong grip. The Sai is also ideal for collectors, cosplayers or for people who are passionate about mastering classical weapons.
The Morgan Foam Training Nunchaku is a rubber foam padded striking training weapon, and was most popularised by Bruce Lee, that helps sharpen hand coordination, enhanced agility and strengthens the form and technique of practising martial artists. It is made of high quality rubber foam linked loosely by a short length of cord which is perfect for self defence training against frontal attacks. The foam nunchaku is for training purposes only and must be used under the strict supervision of a qualified martial arts trainer.