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August 2015 Blog Posts (7)

Believe it or not

Believe it or not

For several years now I’ve been blogging and introducing threads on martial art forums for a variety of martial art websites. My purpose for writing in these forums are to share my experiences and start a conversation in regards to Southeast Asian martial arts namely FMA on this site. Often I read comments like, “I’m calling BS on this or that.” But the fact that whether a person believes something or not is based on their exposure or the lack thereof.



When I… Continue

Added by Zach Jenkins on August 31, 2015 at 11:01am — 3 Comments

Preparing for Iron Mountain

The ninth annual Iron Mountain instructor training camp is approaching. This is my sixth time attending the camp. This year is a special one for me because I will be testing for first degree black belt. I wrote about preparing for the camp.…

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Added by Eric Primm on August 27, 2015 at 8:27am — No Comments

Footwork Friday: Forward Triangle



On my blog, I'm posting a series of articles about Filipino martial arts footwork. Every Friday brings about a new article. I've gotten behind in posting the articles to this forum; so, I'm now playing catch up and posting the articles here.



This was the second in my footwork Friday articles. It discusses the companion to the reverse triangle. The… Continue

Added by Eric Primm on August 25, 2015 at 8:03am — No Comments

Double Stick Gem City Style

Jonny Lacey is a black belt candidate in Counterpoint Tactical System, and he recorded some double stick solo practice. I couldn't figure out how to load the video on my blog here; so, here is the link to my blog post with Jonny's great work. Wish him luck on his test this October. Check it out…

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Added by Eric Primm on August 21, 2015 at 8:29am — No Comments

Footwork Fridays First Post

At STL Counterpoint, we've spent the second half of the summer focused on footwork. I've also committed myself to a deeper study of footwork by posting up a blog entry every Friday about a different aspect of Filipino martial arts footwork as taught to me by Master Zach Whitson. I'm four…

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Added by Eric Primm on August 17, 2015 at 7:43am — No Comments

The Redonda Drill

I recently wrote up this post on the Redonda Drill, which seems to be practiced less and less by some Modern Arnis groups out there. I have my students practice this often.

Blog Post on Redonda Drill

Enjoy the read!

Regards,
Brian Johns

Added by Brian Johns on August 15, 2015 at 7:44am — No Comments

It all starts with the feet

I often refer to fencing techniques during instruction.  I spent a good part of my youth in a fencing school, practicing advances, retreats, lunges and other techniques.  My teacher was the father of one of my high school friends.  Maestro Meudt had a small club in Maryland called the Olympic Fencing Club and we would go there and train a lot and go to local competitions.  Later, I signed up for the team in college and I got to compete throughout the mid-Atlantic and once in…

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Added by Guro Lawrence Motta on August 3, 2015 at 7:00pm — 5 Comments

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