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bd40bc7c7a Delaney – January 28, 2013 The life and work of modern arnis founder Remy Presas are recalled in this profile published just three years before the stick-combat legends death. Julius Melegrito: Training Drill for Two Filipino Fighting Sticks by Raymond Horwitz Photo by Laura Guerrier – March 28, 2012 Julius Melegrito founder of the Philippine Martial Arts Alliance and the Phillipine Combatives System demonstrates the redonda twirling drill for two Filipino fighting sticks in this exclusive video. 9 Martial Arts Training Tips From Kung Fu Expert Mark Cheng by Black Belt Staff – March 21, 2011 People tell me I tend to sound like an old-timer. Remy Presas refined and blended the important aspects of tjakele, arnis de mano, karate, jujitsu and dumog into the art he named modern arnis. Tapi-tapi proceeds at a lightning pace, with sweeping strikes and blocks followed by parries, punyo (butt end of the stick) strikes, grabs, releases, traps and eventually disarms, takedowns and submissions. Modern-Arnis Techniques Master Remy Presas: A Stick-Combat Legend Remembered (Part 1) by Jeffrey J. Remy Presas prefers to use the term arnis over the term kali. Also, the student must be relaxed and keep all movements small and purposeful..
Most of the students got hurt right away and immediately lost interest. Mark Chengs Top 10 Martial Arts for Self-Defense Written By Jon Sattler – August 8, 2011 Almost every day at Black Belt, were asked the same question: Whats the best martial art for self-defense? To find out the answer, we asked Dr. 403 Forbidden.. His Modern Arnis Federation of the Philippines boasted more than 40,000 members. He learned from his father, Jose Presas, in the small fishing village of Hinigaran, Negros Occidental, in the Philippines. Its a technique similar to the chi sao (sticky hand) drills of wing chun kung fu and the push-hand training of tai chi chuan. I modernized this and promoted hitting the cane instead for practice.