Added by Jesse Crouch on April 28, 2009 at 3:38pm —
Panantukan ("Dirty Boxing") is the empty handed boxing component of Filipino Martial Arts. Many of the techniques and movements are derived from Eskrima/Kali (Filipino blade and stick fighting). The art primarily consists of upper-body striking techniques such as punches, elbows, head-butts, shoulder strikes, and groin punches, but it also includes low-line kicks and knee strikes to the legs, shins, and groin. Some camps choose to group this kicking aspect into the art of Pananjakman, which… Continue
Added by Anthony on April 28, 2009 at 2:04am —
GARIMOT ARNIS TRAINING DVD
ARNIS (WEAPON) PHASE-I DVD - $50
(Cinco Teros, footwork, stances, striking, basic defense, basic moro-moro, double baston, Tres puntos knife fighting)
2.5 hour run time.
ARNIS (WEAPON) PHASE-II DVD - $50
Continuation of the Cinco Teros, defensive drills, moro-moro, double baston, knife tres puntos knife fighting)
2.5 hour run time
HARIMAW BUNO (Filipino… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Arnis De Mano
Arnis de Mano is a vigorous sport which requires and develops stamina, quick reactions, speed, accuracy, and excellent coordination. Arnis de Mano serves as an umbrella title for the seven major combative arts of the Philippines:
Laban Baston (Stick Fighting) - (single and double stick)
Laban Tabak (Sword Fighting) [including espada y daga]
Laban Daga (Knife Fighting) (including Balisong Manipulation Theory)
Laban Kamay (Hand to Hand Fighting)… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 3:00pm —
Through the years, I have had several requests by my students to make some videos for them. Like many other instructors I have resisted this endeavor for a variety of reasons.
I have recently decided though, to put together some short clips that are suitable for YouTube and similar services.
I have several projects in mind, but I welcome ideas and input regarding areas that others would be interested in - ie. knife, stick, grappling, etc. Also, any suggestions on music. Do… Continue
Added by John R. Malmo on April 27, 2009 at 1:44pm —
Gat Puno Abundio "Garimot" Baet (also known as Gat Puno Abon), was born and raised in Paete, Laguna Philippines, and he is the fourth son of Grandmaster Felipe "Garimot" Baet. Gat Puno Abon teaches the family "Garimot" System, a complete martial art system that is strong in all combat ranges and is over 150 years old, and it is an art that has existed in the Baet family for over five generations.
Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet began his training under his father's instruction at the… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 1:02pm —
Hilot, the Filipino healing arts, are the oldest and the most secret arts in the Philippines. Due of the secrecy of the arts, very rarely do Hilot Masters teach this art in the general public. Most Hilot in the Philippines are either learned from relatives, through hands on practice, or inherited from their forfeathers, passing the arts from one generation to the next. Anywhere you visit in the Philippines, most Filipinos are exposed to the curative value of Hilot.… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Buno is a Tagalog word meaning wrestling it is an empty hand fighting system developed by the indigenous people of the Philippines Islands. There are literally hundreds of styles of Buno practiced throughout the Philippines.However, the Harimaw Buno formerly Harimaw Lumad (King Tiger Wrestling) style was particular to the Mangyans, of Mindoro, Island and Aetas Tribes in Infanta, Quezon in Luzon Philippines. Harimaw Buno was the Preferred name by Gat Puno Abon… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 1:00pm —
"IS ARNIS DE MANO DEAD IN THE PHILIPPINES?
Contrary to popular belief among American stylists, the art of is still
one of the Philippines richest treasure.
Article by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet
(published in Inside Kung Fu Magazine - May 1997)
Is Arnis de Mano dead and obsolete in the Philippines? Are native Filipino no longer practicing the art of their mother country? Did the Filipino martial arts even originate in the… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 12:30pm —
To all of my friends, please sign up also to the GARIMOT ARNSI TRAINING GROUP, if you signed in to become my friends please sign in also to become part of the groups, so we don't want you to miss anything going on our GAT groups. I am personally inviting all of you, and if you did already just disregards this message, thank you for being my friends.
"Friendship is one of the sweetest joys of life. Many might have failed beneath the bitterness of their trial had they not found a… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 27, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Filipino martial arts (FMA) is an umbrella term used to describe the numerous martial art forms that originated in the Philippines, just as Silat describes the martial arts practiced throughout the Malay Archipelago. Filipino martial arts include Panantukan (empty-handed techniques), Eskrima/Kali/Arnis de Máno (blade and stick fighting) and Pantadyakan (kicking).
JESAR QUIZON FMA, the “system-of-systems” transformed itself as a direct result of an appreciation of their ever changing… Continue
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Added by richard clarke on April 26, 2009 at 11:41am —
Just to think of it, we do our own thing all the times, we don't associates with other FMA on the area. Well I am really want to take this "CHALLENGING TASK". I was talking to Kapatid Guro Roberto Torres that I would like to invite all FMA in Florida just for a day of fun "Gathering" Symposium to be able to reach out to them and give them my hearted support to the system that they teaching.
My first thought was, their are so many Martial Arts out… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 26, 2009 at 8:30am —
APRIL 25, 2009
Working in Larong Moro-Moro is just a lot of Fun. Libby and I started with slow and then go faster and faster, till he cant hold his stick anymore,. I was enjoying the moment, wow its have abeen a while since the last time I work on Moro-moro. O forgot that I cover them with Kapatid Nate Group in Chicago and Seminar in Gat-Guro Tim "Tamaraw" Rivera in St. Louis MO.
The thing that get me all the time is when we do it slow, I mess it up, because my Father… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 25, 2009 at 12:30pm —
The statements " Our club doesn't do tournaments because it isn't real life" or " I don't do tournaments because the skills you practice in are the skills you will use on the street." are valid- to a point.
Tournaments are a great way to meet new people, new styles, and different ideas. If you are a gun collector and all you do is polish your guns, what good are they in a time of defense? How do you know they will fire? If you collect guns and just cleaned them on a regular… Continue
Added by Brian "Buzz" Smith on April 25, 2009 at 10:38am —
History of the Balisong (Butterfly Blade)
The knife is one of the most ancient tools known to man. In its earliest form, it consisted of a piece of wood, stone or bone with a jagged edge. Human creativity soon led to chipping, rubbing or flaking the material to produce a crude cutting implement. This was the first product of human ingenuity dating back millions of years, and an act that led to man’s dominance over animals.
The balisong, or Filipino butterfly knife, is one… Continue
Added by Vagelis Zorbas on April 24, 2009 at 1:58am —
I just got home and I am about to start cooking, but somehow my body feels like checking the broken wall on my shower room. Anyway, if I am going to cook its early, so I decide to work on it.
Then since 'm alone, it dead quiet, total silence. Then my mind start to think where to start. I have not than this before, everything is new to me. So I look at the shower, and removed all the broken tiles, and removing the broken Dry wall that got wet, the reason why it falling apart and I… Continue
Added by Gat Puno Abon "Garimot" Baet on April 23, 2009 at 1:00pm —