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Our empty hand style is known as KUNTAW COMJUKAI.

In unarmed combat we utilize nerve disruptions, limb and bone destructions, coupled with low-line kicks, elbow and knee strikes from Kuntaw; synthesized with empty hand techniques from other Filipino martial arts and Chuan Fa. Joint locks, seizing and throwing techniques from COMJUKAI (Combat Judo Karate Aikido) also compliment our Kuntaw to form a unique modern pragmatic system of unarmed self defense which is constantly evolving to address situations that our students might encounter in a street confrontation.

Guro Errol Ballesteros
Kuntaw Kali Kruzada

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Comment by Bill on October 25, 2009 at 4:35am
As a Comjuka and Kuntao practitioner who trained exclusively in the Philippines, It is great to see the other versions of Comjuka come out of the woodwork and make themselves more visible than what it has been for years.. Comjuka is a seriously well developed art from the Philippines.. I was trained in the Pampanga region of the Philippines by GM Reston out of Batangas.. GM Reston taught Comjuka kempo for over 40 years until his death in 06.. I started with his system in the early 70s and remained with his teachings until his death.. He and my original Filipino Kuntaw instructor, Conrado Turla were padres, so there was a lot of cross training between the schools..GM Reston also taught the eskrima systems of Sinko Tiros and Balintawak which was combined with the Comjuka Kempo system


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