Just wondering. Suparinpei isn't a kata that I hear anything of. I understand that it's from Naha lineage but has been assimilated into other systems too. It's 108 movements make it the longest of the Karate kata and 108 is symbolic.
What is the history of this kata?
Is there any benefit to studying it? Is there anything within it that's not found in other kata (either movements or principles?)
Does anyone actually even practice it?