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Message from the Author Master Arnel Camaya Ariap (JAMBIAS) authentic weapons

History of the Author:

 My name is Master Arnel Ariap I was born in Bagacay, Tinambac Camarines Sur Republic of the Philippines. It was the beginning of my Martial Arts training when I was 12 years old while I’m living in Angeles City, Philippines. I began KEMPO Karate with Sensie Manuel Velasco Sr. under Hanshi Rafael Reston. 1927 - 2006. Judo Karate Masters Kempo Association (Member: Angeles City, Clark Air Base, Philippines. 8th Dan Grandmaster of the U.S. Army and one of the pioneers of martial arts in the Philippines. The Tad Sun Pok Fighting System concentrates on an individual martial art. The history is very interested of creating a more extensive (Jambias weapons) as a martial arts and combat sports Later I started traveling abroad and found myself, expanding my world view greatly. I went to Europe, Africa. India, Russia and then ended up in Republic of Yemen, To present an opportunity to create a JAMBIAS WEAPONS as a self defense of YEMENI people where I am now and live at a fraction of the capital city of Sana’a The history of the JAMBIAS WEAPONS goes back at least several thousand of years. TAD SUN POK Fighting System elevate (Jambias weapons) into an art. It was there that the practical skill to defeating an opponent was transformed into a discipline shaping the body, mind & character and self-defense of the YEMENI people. In fact, many of the people in Yemen carries around his Jambias weapons most of the time. The common jambias worn by many tribes and famous types is the Bara', where jambias are used. In this type of dance as an important element of YEMENI people. JAMBIAS WEAPONS MARTIAL ARTS & SPORTS: As a part of the project administered by: World Tad Sun Pok Scientific Combat Martial Arts Confederation (WTSCMAC) we provide training lesson in certain aspects of traditional (Jambias weapons) in the way of Martial Arts and Sports classes The Complexity of Tad Sun Pok Fighting System: Tad Sun Pok Fighting System are highly complex form of physical activity and to practice them properly of using (jambias weapons) It is also advice to all people of Yemen to go to a professional for martial arts training where the skill can be taught by a master skilled in the particular style of the martial arts. Thank you. Respectfully yours Master Arnel C. Ariap Founder World Tad Sun Pok Scientific Combat Martial Arts Confederation (WTSCMAC) Recognized Member: International Combat Martial Arts Union Association (ICMAUA) www.icmaua.com www.youtube.com/silatredbikol

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