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July 2015 Blog Posts (8)

GSBA USA Regional Tournament / ITAK Clothing

ITAK Clothing attended this years GSBA USA Regional Tournament, and helped sponsor this great event. A lot of great aspiring fighters represented their respected schools, to qualify for the Nationals and on to the Championship. Schools from around California participated in this event, including the schools from the North Bay. This event was hosted by Francis Serrano, of the FMA School (www.fmaschool.com), and the turnout was great. There were raffles…

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Added by Marc Mendoza on July 28, 2015 at 2:10pm — No Comments

SEACAF WORKSHOP VANCOUVER BC

This year's SEACAF has the honour of being attended by two Special Guest

Instructors from California: Master Mark Mikita (http://fightology.com/)

from Los Angeles, and Maestro Dexter Labonog, Head Instructor of Bahala Na

Multi-Style in Stockton, California. We also have the privilege of

attendance by Tom dyTang, designated head of the Kalis Ilustrisimo Orihinal

Repeticion lineage under Grandmaster Tony Diego. It is…

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Added by terry joven on July 21, 2015 at 5:48pm — No Comments

ITAK CLOTHING | Drills and Demo

So, I was going over some video files and decided to put something together. Hope you guys like it. It's a mixture of drills, 12 basic strikes, lock and block, and sinawali. Towards the end, I put a clip of a demo we did back in the day for a church group here in our area. I choreographed it mixing in the the lock and block drill, espada y daga style. Then moving on to the sumbrada... (continued…

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Added by Marc Mendoza on July 21, 2015 at 10:41am — 2 Comments

More than just self-defense

When I decided to pursue training in the martial arts I was a young kid growing up in New York City just trying to find a way to protect myself against the neighborhood bullies. Now I enjoy martial arts training much like others enjoy any other hobby or interest.



In the fall of 1999 I was in Birmingham England for a Filipino Martial Arts workshop. A day prior to the event my teacher sent word for me to meet with him and two other instructors outside of the guest house where we were… Continue

Added by Zach Jenkins on July 17, 2015 at 10:41am — 8 Comments

Lock and Block Drill-- How do you do it?

It was another sunny day over the weekend, and I was lucky that I got off work early. Called over some friends and had them come over to record some videos. We usually do this just to go over some lessons, drills, that we previously learned. 



We started off with some basic drills that we usually do and work from there. Then we went on to some basic knife defense. Trying to get the ins and outs, going over those “what ifs” situations. Then went over some hand to…

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Added by Marc Mendoza on July 14, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Your First Filipino Martial Arts Class: What to Expect

Hello all,

I wrote this up for my website as a way to entice folks to join my classes at the local community centre.

The beginning of this post:

"This post delves briefly into what to expect in the first Modern Arnis/Filipino Martial Arts class and applies equally to children and adults.

For starters, you can expect a hell of a lot of fun!

You can expect to start on a fascinating journey through…

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Added by Brian Johns on July 11, 2015 at 10:06am — No Comments

4 wonderful Babao Arnis Seminars in Las Vegas hosted by CDF & Creative Warrior Academy of LV & Sifu Justin Cataldi

Once again I cant begin to express how thankful I am to the Babao family for all their help and support in putting together these Las Vegas seminars twice a year. God willing we will have many more .

      GM Zena Babao , Master Narrison Babao , & Master Jack Babao came out this time , Maestro Kris Babao would also have been there but had a young one get sick in the last minute, for us parents we know how that goes lol .Masters Nar and Jack held a great seminar showing angles 7…

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Added by Justin Cataldi on July 6, 2015 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

5 Benefits of Teaching Private Lessons

Happy 4th of July!

In the beginning of this post, I said: "In this post, I discuss the 5 benefits of teaching private martial arts lessons from an instructor’s perspective. The obvious financial aspect will not be discussed. Instead, I will discuss several benefits that instructors can derive from teaching private lessons."

This post obviously applies to FMAs.

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Added by Brian Johns on July 4, 2015 at 11:12am — No Comments

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