KALI ESKRIMA ARNIS PDF

The stick system came about when the Spanish stopped the use of the sword in the Philippines, although the actual fighting system was developed much before this, all be it with a very unclear history. A lot of the training revolves around joint locks, control and disarming of the attacker and attacking moves. Trainees start with weapons training and may well go on to apply the same techniques with empty hand fighting, that can include kicks, punching, throwing and grappling. Generally the trainee will train with wooden sticks and a wooden knife that are seen as extensions of the arms to practise a series of moves, with focus on moving each arm independently of each other. Further aspects of the training include, controlling the range with triangular footwork patterns, learning how to defend yourself from angled attacks and practising set drills of flowing defence and counter attacks. The drills will teach the practitioner hand-eye co-ordination, body position, target perception, rhythm, fluidity, timing and muscle memory.

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The stick system came about when the Spanish stopped the use of the sword in the Philippines, although the actual fighting system was developed much before this, all be it with a very unclear history.

A lot of the training revolves around joint locks, control and disarming of the attacker and attacking moves. Trainees start with weapons training and may well go on to apply the same techniques with empty hand fighting, that can include kicks, punching, throwing and grappling. Generally the trainee will train with wooden sticks and a wooden knife that are seen as extensions of the arms to practise a series of moves, with focus on moving each arm independently of each other.

Further aspects of the training include, controlling the range with triangular footwork patterns, learning how to defend yourself from angled attacks and practising set drills of flowing defence and counter attacks. The drills will teach the practitioner hand-eye co-ordination, body position, target perception, rhythm, fluidity, timing and muscle memory.

There are various dress codes depending on the school. The use of gloves, forearm pads, elbow pads and body protection are generally all optional again depending on the school. They are very strong and lightweight.

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Arnis, Eskrima And Kali – What Really Is The Difference Between The Three?

The words Arnis, Kali, and Eskrima have been quite confusing to many people who want to understand what the differences between these martial arts are. We will address the issue in this post and provide you with a definite answer on the difference between Arnis, Eskrima and Kali. Click Here to Start Training. Depending on the major island e. These martial arts are, in fact, part of the FMA.

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The History behind Eskrima, Arnis, and Kali

It is said to derive from the armor costumes used in Moro-moro stage plays where actors fought mock battles using wooden swords. Kali has multiple theories on its origin:. Practitioners of the arts are called arnisador male, plural arnisadores and arnisadora female, plural arnisadoras for those who call theirs arnis , eskrimador male, plural eskrimadores or eskrimadora female, plural eskrimadoras for those who call their art eskrima , and kalista or mangangali for those who practise kali. In Luzon it may go by the name of Arnis de Mano.

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