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4-A) Index


1) "108-Balisong manipulations", from "balisongxtreme.com"
2) "31-Balisong manipulations", by Jeff Imada
3) "46-Balisong manipulations", by Michael D. Janich
4) "Mastering the Balisong", by Brennan, Miller (3-tapes)


5) "Filipino Martial Arts", by Dan Inosanto (4-tapes)
6) "Jeet Kune Do Concepts", by Dan Inosanto (2-tapes)
7) "Pananandata", by Amante P. Marinas
8) "vol. 5 - Filipino Knife Fighting", by P. Vunak (rus)


9) "Меч", by Morihiro (rus)
10) "Шест", by Morihiro (rus)


11) "Hanbo-Bo-Yawara", by Bussey


12) "Tactical Baton", by Kelly S. Worden, (2x120min)
13) "Practical Knife Fighting", by Kelly S. Worden (2x75min)


14) "Revers-Grip Knife Fighting", by James A. Keating (55min)


15) "Fighting Folders", by Michael D. Janich, (75min, 2x75min, 2x75min)
16) Ernest R. Emerson, Combat Karambit


17) Remy A. Presas "Modern Arnis" 1) 3; 2) 11-dvd; 3) 8; 4) 13-dvd


18) Kelly S. Worden (5-video)  ---


19) Paul Vunak "Jeet Kune Do Concepts & Filipino Martial Arts" by Panther Productions  ---


20) Cold Steel - More Proof, Warriors Edge by 1-6
21) Cold Steel - Warriors Edge
22) Cold Steel - Saber And Cutlass
23) Cold Steel - Fighting Machete
24) Cold Steel - Fighting Tomahawk


25) Dog Brothers vol. 1-5

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4-B) Contents


4-1) "108-Balisong manipulations" (http://www.balisongxtreme.com)

BalisongXTreme

    1-01  Grip partials #1 forward - learn to feel the connection to the other handle
    1-02  Grip partials #2 backhand  - learn to feel the connection to the other handle
    1-03  Rockers #1 basic - build strength between fingers, a great exercise
    1-04  Rockers #2 with a roll - same as in beginners, but add a roll between fingers
    1-05  Rockers #3 finger tip - using alternating fingertips; rough on the pinky, but effective
    1-06  Rockers #4 xtreme - a fantastic "side to side" finger strength builder
    1-07  Rolls #1 closed - powerful strength builder
    1-08  Rolls #2 balance - develop a feel for the balance point
    1-09  Rolls #3 open - builds strength between fingers, blade open
    1-10  Slides - great for hand coordination
    1-11  Screw(drivers) closed - helps to develope a feel of where the blade is facing
    1-12  Screw-slides - another coordination builder
    1-13  Rotations palm #1 hor. - balance exercise, confidence builder
    1-14  Rotations palm #2 vert. - balance exercise, confidence builder
    1-15  Stretch finger - using the balisong to stretch your fingers out
    1-16  Snap partial - an xtreme partial opening, from the tipsd and tricks page
    1-17  Fanning - flashy, but nice

    2-01  Vertical opening #1 basic - first opening technique
    2-02  Vertical opening #2 inside - a slight variation on the vertical basic opening
    2-03  Horizontal opening #1 basic - like the vertical basic, only sideways
    2-04  Horizontal opening #2 - another horizontal opening
    2-05  Windmill #1 - simple, basic, and a great quickdraw opening when mastered
    2-06  Windmill #2 quick & quiet opening - a smooth basic opening that won't draw any unwanted attention
    2-07  Windmill #3 double flip - expanding on the basic forward grip windmill opening
    2-08  Windmill backhand #1 - windmill in the backhand position, moving forward
    2-09  Windmill backhand #2 - another backhand windmill, backward this time
    2-10  Backhand opening #1 basic - first backhand opening
    2-11  Backhand opening #2 - a slight variation on the backhand basic opening
    2-12  Backhand opening #3 circle - a smooth, circular opening

    3-01  Pass pivot #1 half circle - basic hand to hand pass
    3-02  Pass pivot #2 full circle - smooth, flowing pass
    3-03  Pass pivot #3 back - pivot pass behind the back
    3-04  Pass #1 pivot-flip
    3-05  Pass #2 pivot-roll - pivot pass and flip drill
    3-06  Pass #1 vertical - a great pass for flowing between hands, and moves
    3-07  Pass #2 backhand - around the back of the hand pass
    3-08  Pass #3 motion – passing while in motion
    3-09  Pass flip-slide #1 - work the slide into a hand to hand transition pass
    3-10  Pass flip-slide #2 open - coordination builder; two moves together
    3-11  Pass backhand #1 under - passing underneath this time
    3-12  Pass backhand #2 open - a sneaky backhand pass in the open position
    3-13  Pass backhand #3 pivot - crossover pass
    3-14  Pass backhand #4 same handle - passing with the same handle in the backhand position
    3-15  Pass backhand to forward grip - changing hands from backhand to forward grip
    3-16  Pass single handle - passing with the same handle between hands

    4-01  Pivots #1 half circle open - quick change between forward grip and backhand grip
    4-02  Pivots #2 full circle - expanding the pivot to complete circles
    4-03  Mega-pivots #1 inside - multiple same direction pivots
    4-04  Mega-pivots #2 outside - same as above, but in the opposite direction
    4-05  Half pivot roll #1 forward - coordination, and transition
    4-06  Half pivot roll #2 back - another one, only back this time
    4-07  Half pivot & rolls - a nice combination of pivots and rolls
    4-08  Flip out #1 - another forward grip to backhand transition
    4-09  Flip out #2 roll back - taking the half pivot roll another step
    4-10  Flip out #3 backhand opening - starting in the backhand closed position, and ending in forward grip open

    5-01  Latch handle opening #1 - a good opening if you find yourself out of position, with the bite handle "in"
    5-02  Latch handle opening #2 - opening with the bite handle, and not getting cut
    5-03  Latch handle opening #3 to backhand closed - bite handle start to the backhand position
    5-04  Latch handle opening #4 backhand around - an extension of the above technique
    5-05  Latch handle opening #5 latch drop - quick draw opening for the backhand grip
    5-06  Helicopters #1 - works your "feel" for the handle, while rotating in your palm
    5-07  Helicopters #2 backhand - backhand helicopter exercises
    5-08  Table tops #1 closed - coordination, balance, and concentration builder
    5-09  Table tops #2 open - taking the closed version one step further
    5-10  Table tops #3 xtreme - pushing the table top a little further
    5-11  False forward grip #1 - starting in the f.grip position and ending in backhand, open
    5-12  False forward grip #2 - another one starting in the f.grip position and  ending in backhand, open
    5-13  False backhand opening - starting in a backhand position and ending up in a forward grip, open
    5-14  Hyper drops #1 half circle - confidence and focus builders; half rotations
    5-15  Hyper drops #2 full circle - confidence and focus builders; full rotations

    6-01  Twirl basic #1 - introducing, the finger twirl
    6-02  Twirl basic #2 vert. - same as above but vertical
    6-03  Twirl full opening #1 hor. - full finger twirl horizontal opening
    6-04  Twirl full opening #2 vert. - full finger twirl vertical opening
    6-05  Twirl backhand opening #1 - cool finger twirl opening in the backhand position
    6-06  Twirl backhand opening #2 flip out - adding a twirl to the backhand flip out opening
    6-07  Twirl finger switch #1 - switching between forward and backhand grips using the finger twirl
    6-08  Twirl finger switch #2 - another crip change using the finger twirl
    6-09  Twirl pass #1 leading - a finger twirl pass from the forward grip position
    6-10  Twirl pass #2 trailing - another finger twirl pass from the forward grip position
    6-11  Twirl pass #3 backhand - a smooth transitional finger twirl pass from the backhand position
    6-12  Twirl finger windmill opening - taking a basic windmill opening and spicing it up with a finger twirl
    6-13  Twirl bite handle - starting with the bite handle
    6-14  Twirl & ricochet - a little complicated, but a good timing builder; great for dexterity too

    7-01  Rollover opening #1 - have fun with this one
    7-02  Rollover opening #2 - using the above technique to open into the backhand grip
    7-03  Rollover opening #3 - another rollover opening, outside-in this time
    7-04  Rollover opening #4 - rolling over from the backside
    7-05  Rollover thumb #1 Y2K - rollover opening from the backhand position, using the thumb
    7-06  Rollover thumb #2 - another thumb rollover; from the forward grip this time
    7-07  Rollover-pass-twirl open - using the rollover for passing, with a twirl

    8-01  Throw opening #1 static - throw opening from a still start
    8-02  Throw opening #2 motion - throw opening from a moving start
    8-03  Throw backhand over #1 - opening in the backhand position
    8-04  Throw backhand over #2 pass - extending the above technique to a pass
    8-05  Throw backhand to forward grip #1 - a good way to change grips using a throw
    8-06  Throw backhand to forward grip #2 catch - the opposite of the above technique; going from open, to closed
    8-07  Throw backhand to forward grip #3 reverse - interesting throw opening, for the backhand position forward
    8-08  Throw forward to backhand grip #1 catch - throw opening, going from forward grip, to backhand
    8-09  Throw forward to backhand grip #2 open - forward to backhand transition using a throw
    8-10  Throw pass #1 static - throw pass from a still start
    8-11  Throw pass #2 motion - throw pass from a moving start
    8-12  Throw pass #3 open rollover - using the rollover for passing, with a throw
    8-13  Throw pass #4 over backhand hyper drop - taking hyper drops to a pass realm
    8-14  Throw pass #5 full circle pivot - turning a simple pivot into a throw pass
    8-15  Throw finger twirl #1 full - just like it says
    8-16  Throw finger twirl #2 - a variation on the finger twirl throw
    8-17  Throw static, twirl to backhand open - static throw with a twist, tape up for this one!

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4-2) "31-Balisong manipulations", by Jeff Imada

Jeff Imada c

    0-03 - Basic Grips
    1-01 - Single Flop Up Opening & Closing
    1-02 - Ice Pick Drop Catch Opening
    1-03 - Forward Drop Catch Opening & Closing
    1-04 - Latch Drop Opening & Closing
    1-05 - Thumb & Index Finger Side Flip
    1-06 - Horisontal Double Flip Opening & Closing
    1-07 - Single Flip Outside Opening & Closing
    1-08 - Double Flip Down (out to in) Open & Closing

    2-01 - Drop Twist and Catch Opening & Closing
    2-02 - Double Flip Opening
    2-03 - Single Flip Finger Twirl Closing
    2-04 - Single Flip, Index Whip Twirl & Catch Opening
    2-05 - Single Flip Helicopter Spin Opening (clockwise)
    2-06 - Single Flip Helicopter Spin Opening (counterclockwise)
    2-07 - Finger snap, Helicopter Spin & Single Flip Opening
    2-08 - Finger Snap Double Flip Opening
    2-09 - Double Flip Opening & Closing
    2-10 - Single Flip, Finger Twirl and Double Flip Opening

    3-01 - Single Flip, Finger Twirl, Drop & Catch Opening
    3-02 - Single Flip, Finger Twirl and Propeller Opening & Clo
    3-03 - Double Flip, Finger Twirl Opening & Closing
    3-04 - Triple Flip Opening & Closing
    3-05 - Double Flip, Finger Twirl, Triple Flip Opening & Clos
    3-06 - Double Flip, Double Hand Exchange Opening & Closing

    4-01 - Toss & Catch Opening
    4-02 - Toss & Catch Opening (latch variation)
    4-03 - Finger Flip Toss & Catch Closing
    4-04 - Double Flip Toss & Catch Opening
    4-05 - Drop Swing Toss & Catch Opening
    4-06 - Single Flip Finger Twirl Toss & Catch Opening

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4-3) "46-Balisong manipulations", by Michael D. Janich (1&2nd Ed)

Janich 2nd c1

    1-01 - Up-Down-Up Opening and Closing
    1-02 - Upward Swng Opening and Closing
    1-03 - Standart Opening and Closing
    1-04 - Horizontal Standart Opening and Closing
    1-05 - Out-to-In Opening and Closing
    1-06 - Thumb Roll Opening and Closing
    1-07 - Upward Swing Opening and Closing Variation (holding latch handle)

    2-01 - Reverse Upward Swing Opening and Closing
    2-02 - Reverse Forward Swing Opening and Closing
    2-03 - Reverse Out-to-In Opening and Closing
    2-04 - Forward Latch Opening and Closing
    2-05 - Backward Latch Opening and Closing
    2-06 - Forward Side Swing Opening and Closing
    2-07 - Backward Side Swing Opening and Closing
    2-08 - Reverse Up-and-Down Opening and Closing

    3-01 - Standart Grip to Reverse Grip Opening and Closing (one finger)
    3-02 - Standart Grip to Reverse Grip Opening and Closing (three fingers)
    3-03 - Standart Opening with Finger Twirl to Reverse Grip
    3-04 - Reverse Out-to-In Opening with Finger Twirl to Standa
    3-05 - Finger Snap to Standart Opening
    3-06 - Triple Flip Opening
    4-02 - Aerial Techniques
    5-01 - Additional Techniques and Tricks

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4-4) "Mastering the Balisong", by Brennan, Miller (3-tapes)

Brennan and Miller

    1-1) Introduction
    1-2) Wrist Condition
    1-3) Fighting Posture and Footwork
    1-4) Closed Blade Techniques
    1-5) Target Areas
    1-6) Flipping Techniques

    2-1) Flipping and Hand Switching
    2-2) Striking Techniques
    2-3) Combining All Balisong Strikes

    3-1) Balisong Fighting Techniques
    3-2) Empty Hand Drills
    3-3) Empty Hand Defensive Techniques
    3-4) Double Balisong Flipping Techniques
    3-5) Balisong Training Techniques
    3-6) Important Points to Remember
    3-7) Balisong Concealment

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4-5) "Filipino Martial Arts", by Dan Inosanto (4-tapes from 6)

Filipino Martial Arts by Dan Inosanto vol 1-6 c

    1-01) Single Stick
    1-02) Double Stick - Sinawalli Drills
    1-03) Empty Hands
    1-04) Energy Drills
    1-05) Long & Short Stick Training
    1-06) Knife Drills
    1-07-08) Full Contact - Disarms
    1-09) Full Contact - Sinawalli
    1-10) Full Contact - Nunchaku
    1-11) Distractions - Self Defence
    1-12) Ful Contact
    1-13) One & Three Inch Punch
    1-14) Weapons

    2-01) Weapons
    2-02) Single Stick - Grips
    2-03) Single Stick - Striking Angles
    2-04) Single Stick - Disarms
    2-05) Sinawalli - Double Stick Drills
    2-06) Sinawalli - Double Stick Drills - Footwork
    2-07) Sinawalli - Applications - Weapons Drills
    2-08) Sinawalli - Applications - Motion
    2-09) Empty Hands - Limbs of the Body

(*)3-01) Energy Drills
    3-02) Coordinations Drills
    3-03) Flows

    4-01) Long & Short Stick - Introduction
    4-02) Long & Short Stick - Basics
    4-03) Long & Short Stick - Training Drills
    4-04) Long & Short Stick - Solo Training

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4-6) "Jeet Kune Do Concepts", 1987, by Dan Inosanto (2-tapes)

Dan Inosanto - Jeet Kune Do Concepts 1987 c

    01) Kali
    02) Knife Fighting
    03) Jeet Kune Do Concepts & Martial Arts Blending

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4-7) "Pananandata", by Amante P. Marinas

Amante P. Marinas - Pananandata c

    00) Preface
    01) Footwork
    02) Hand and foot coordinations
    03) Striking tech & targets
    04) Five strikes
    05) Five strikes & targets
    06) Defences against the five strikes
    07) Philippine horsewhip & balisong
    08) Double stick tech
    09) Stick & knife tech
    10) Knife tech
    11) Freefighting
    12) Classical forms
    13) 44-inch stick tech
    14) Cane tech
    15) Explosive tech
    16) Rattan ring tech
    17) Courtesy
    18) 12 strikes
    19) Defences against the 12 strikes
    20) 12 strikes using stick & knife
    21) Explosive tech against 12 strikes
    22) Free-stile stick fighting
    23) Wind down

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4-8) "vol. 5 - Filipino Knife Fighting", by P. Vunak (rus)

Vunak - v5 Filipino Knife Fighting

    02) Intro
    03) Knife Techniques
    06) Five angles
    13) Knife Sparing

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4-9) "Меч", by Morihiro (rus)
4-10) "Шест", by Morihiro (rus)
4-11) "Hanbo-Bo-Yawara", by Bussey

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4-12) "Tactical Baton", by Kelly S. Worden (2x120min)

Worden - Street Stick Tactical Baton c

[1]
      1) Targeting Six Strikes
      2) Hit anything that hurts
      3) Optional 12 Striking Targets
      4) Impact Weapons Seek Bone & Joints
      5) Stepping into Sections
      6) Male  Triangle. Female Triangle
      7) Mobile Footwork
      8) Plus Sign + Times Sign X
      9) Defang the Snake
     10) Attack the Attaking Weapon
     11) Target #5
     12) Vary Stop Hits and Deflections
     13) Mentally Cross-Over


[2]
     14) Force of Retaliation
     15) Action vs. Reaction
     16) Noodlized His Arm
     17) Empty Hand Deflections
     18) Natural Reactions
     19) Evaluate Intent
     20) Respond Accordingly
     21) Tactical Stick to Fist Load
     22) Cultivation of Aggressive Control Skills
     23) Adhesion - Learn to Feel
     24) Sensitivity - Mobility
     25) Hand Positins and Body Movements
     26) Pressure and Position


[3]
     27) Escalate Intent
     28) Secondary Line of Attack
     29) Avoid Tunnel Vision
     30) Combinations
     31) Working Together
     32) Limit Opponent's Tools
     33) Mobility with Striking
     34) Force the Second Tool into Play
     35) Neuro-Muscular Responses
     36) Power Stroking
     37) Lower Base and Rotate Hips
     38) Pivot to Increase Torque and Power
     39) Nothing is Carved in Stone
     40) Accelerate & Decelerate
     41) Double-O Spiraling Motions
     42) Food for Thought
     43) Deflection into Double-O
     44) Escalation of Force
     45) Neutralize Aggression
     46) Read Body Movements
     47) Monitor Weight Displacement


[4]
     48) Abonico
     49) Stop Hit
     50) Pass or Check
     51) Remember: Angles, Footwork, Tempo
     52) Side to Side or Banda Banda
     53) Relation of Movement
     54) Instinctual Response in Suppressed by Social Programing
     55) Personal Training is the Key


[5]
     56) Establish Your Foundation
     57) Add the Butt Strike or Punyo
     58) Killer Instinct is Concious Ruthlessness
     59) De Cadena Chain Hands
     60) Avoid Tunnel Vision
     61) Monito Everything That Twitches
     62) Focus on Reding Body Movements
     63) Weight Displacement
     64) Hand Positions
     65) Disarm Datarm
     66) Second Hand Pick Up
     67) Foot Trap
     68) Take Down
     69) Evasive Tactics Bob-Wave-Shift-Empty Out
     70) Turn It On
     71) Neutralize
     72) Evaluate Intend Respond Accordingly


[6]
     73) Line One & Two Most Traversed
     74) Body Posture
     75) Natural Reactions
     76) Stance-Weight Displacement
     77) Footwork Tempo
     78) Control Distance
     79) Attacking Low Base
     80) Pass Low Respond High
     81) That's the Idea, Make It Hurt!
     82) Adhesion Learn to Feel
     83) Escalation of Force
     84) Develop Control Skills
     85) Live Hand Attachments
     86) Elbow-Knees-Head Butt Stomps-Quick & Serious
     87) Get Him Right Away
     88) Angle 5
     89) Stike First then Strip, Peel or Lock Always Your Choice
     90) Empty Hands Support Strikes
     91) Angle 6
     92) Roof and Counter
     93) Foot Trapping
     94) Bridge the Gap
     95) Inside Moves
     96) Medium Range 6 Count Drill
     97) Probing Hand
     98) Live Hand Follows Stick
     99) Medium Range 10 count Drill


[7]
    100) Be Spontaneous It's in the Touch
    101) Shut Down Lines
    102) Hubud Engagement
    103) Action Forces Reaction
    104) Sensitivity is the Key
    105) Drills Develop Neuromuscular Memory
    106) Neutralizing
    107) Quick Review
    108) Punyo Inside
    109) Punyo Outside
    110) Hubud Engagement
    111) Punyo Sombrado
    112) Practice Makes Perfect Time is the Key
    113) Relate the Empty Hand to the Weapon
    114) Empty Hand Attributes
    115) Strike Hard, Fast, Last
    116) Peel to Strip
    117) Striking Line to Snaking
    118) Stap to Points
    119) Seek The Target
    120) You Control the Range
    121) Don't Be Too Bold
    122) Hand Trap - Forearm Strip
    123) Engage-Position-Neutralize (Reasonable Thrashing)
    124) Whoopin' you too!
    125) Load Your Baton While striking
    126) Miyagi San (Does that come with fries?)
    127) Abandon the Weapon
    128) Empty Hand Against Stick
    129) Limit Access


[8]
    130) Finger Grabs - Set Him Up
    131) Watch Out for Foot Traps
    132) Youst Like Dat!
    133) Figure Eight Entry
    134) Evade & Intercept
    135) Close with Forvard Preasure

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4-13) "Practical Knife Fighting", by Kelly S.Worden (2x75min)

Worden - Practical Knife Fighting c

    1-1) Training Safety and Knife Etiquette
    1-2) The Eight Angels of Attack
    1-3) Slash and Thrust Patterns
    1-4) The Kali Thrusting Triangle and Defanging the Snake
    1-5-1) Footwork and Use of the Live Hand
    1-6) Cutting On Withdrawal
    1-7) Follow-Up Techniques
    1-8) Restraint

    2-1) Training with the Silent Fighter
    2-2) Grip Changes and Revers Grip Knife Fighting
    2-3) Live Blade Training
    2-4) Knife Fighting Realities

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4-14) "Revers-Grip Knife Fighting", by James A. Keating (55min)

Keating - Reverce-Grip Knife Fighting c

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4-15) "Fighting Folders", by Michael D.Janich (75min, 2x75min, 2x75min)

Janich - Fighting Folders 1-3 c

    1-01) Knife Selection
    1-02) Inertia Opening
    1-03) Carry and Draw Methods
    1-04) Knife Grip
    1-05) Defensive Use of Tactical Folders (5-Srtrikes)
    1-06) Defensive Use of Tactical Folders (Pass, Follow, Meet)
    1-07) Flow Drills (The Largo Mano Drill)
    1-08) Flow Drills (The Six Count Drill)
    1-09) Flow Drills (The Sumbrada Drill)
    1-10) Flow Drill Summary

    2-01) Intro
    2-02) Footwork
    2-03) The "Crossada" Drill
    2-04) The Six-Count Drill
    2-05) The "Sumbrada" Drill
    2-06) Separating Live Hand and Knife
    2-07) Dissecting the Drills
    2-08) Knife-to-Knife Disarms
    2-09) Speed Stops
    2-10) Integrating Speed Stops and Flow Drills
    2-11) Connecting the Dots
    2-12) Combat Draws and Openings
    2-13) Disadvantaged Positions

    3-01) Intro
    3-02) Reverse-Grip Basics
    3-03) Flow Drills (R-Grip Six-Count)
    3-04) Flow Drills (R-Grip "Sumbrada")
    3-05) Trap and Roll
    3-06) Cover and Slash
    3-07) The Gutless Version of Cover and Slash
    3-08) "Hubud"
    3-09) Combining R-Grip Drills
    3-10) Speed Stops
    3-11) Integrating Empty-Hand Tactics into R-Grip Techniques
    3-13) Counterdefenses
    3-15) Grip Changes and Applying R-Grip Skills to Standart Grip
    3-16) Using R-Grip Skills with Improvised Weapons adnd F-Lights
    3-18) Putting It All Together

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4-16) "Combat Karambit", by Ernest R. Emerson

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1-Training
      1-Information
      2-Introduction
     3-The Knife
     4-What Is A Karambit
     5-Use Of The Wave
     6-Spinning Drills And Combos
     7-Figure 8 Drills
     8-The Snike Bite
     9-Double Knife Drills
    10-The Tiger Gut And Buzz Saw
    11-Spin Cuts And Upper Cuts
    12-Strikes 1-5
    13-Universal Principles
    14-Range
    15-Credits


2-Techniques
     1-Information
     2-Introduction
     3-Applications
     4-Strikes 1-5 Reverse Grip
     5-Figure 8's Sabre Grip
     6-Figure 8's Reverse Grip
     7-The Snake Bite
     8-Defense Against Common Strikes - Sabre Grip
     9-Defense Against Common Strikes - Reverse Grip
    10-Weapons Retention
    11-Defense Against The Choke
    12-Defense Against Armed Attack - Sabre Grip
    13-Defense Against Armed Attack - Reverse Grip
    14-Credits


3-Advanced Skills
     1-Information
     2-Introduction
     3-Principles And Concepts
     4-The Ultimate Knife Fighting Technique
     5-Double Knife Techniques Vs Common Strikes
     6-Double Knife Techniques Vs Common Strikes - Reverse Grip
     7-Double Knife Vs Armed Attack
     8-The Zipper
     9-The Tiger Gut
    10-The Buzz Saw
    11-Credits


4-Knife Boxing
     1-Information
     2-Introduction
     3-Principles And Concepts
     4-Body Mechanics For Maximum Force
     5-Maximum Speed
     6-Combinations
     7-The Tools
     8-Knife Boxing
     9-Knife Boxing Drills And Applications
    10-Evasive Maneuvers
    11-Credits

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4-17-1) Remy A. Presas - Modern Arnis vol 1-3

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Volume 1
Covers specific stick attacks, blocking attacks, evasive techniques, takedowns and other unarmed self-defense techniques. (Approx. 50 min.)
Volume 2
Teaches evasive footwork, fundamentals, de caderio, blocking, checking attacks, empty-hand fighting, throws and trapping. (Approx. 60 min.)
Volume 3
Covers disarming attackers, counterstrikes, using weapons to disarm an assailant, proper knife techniques and more. (Approx. 56 min.)


4-17-2) Modern Arnis-1 Basics (8 DVDs) by Remy Presas

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1) Single Cane Drills
2) Double Cane Drills
3) Anyo Forms 1 to 5, Empty Hand Disarms & Controls
4) Espada Y Daga Traditional Arnis With Disarms
5) Spinning Throws & Locks
6) Palis Palis Go With The Force & Tusok
7) Two Cane Continuous Disarming Techniques & Empty Hand Techniques
8) Advance Arnis

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4-17-3) Modern Arnis-2 Advanced (13 DVDs) by Remy Presas

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1) Abaniko Corto Double Action
2) Advanced Figure 8 & Advanced Banda Y Banda
3) Advanced Knife Techniques
4) Advanced Palis Palis With Multi Impact Applications
5) Advanced Single Sinawali With Empty hand Applications
6) Advanced Tapi Tapi Techniques
7) Empty Hand Sinwali Boxing & Finger Locking
8) Empty Hand Tapi Tapi & Knife Defense
9) Finger Locking Techniques
10) Introduction To Tapi Tapi
11) Knife Techniques
12) Tapi Tapi Right & Left Hand Techniques
13) Visadario

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4-17-4) Remy A. Presas (www.modernarnis.com)  ---

a. DVD $25.00
b. half DVD Set (Video 1 to 6) $150.00
c. Entire DVD Set (Video 1 to 11) $220.00


Index

1. Introduction to Modern Arnis
     2. Two Stick Twirling and Two Stick Coordinated  Striking
     3. Two Stick Striking, Blocking, Parrying, and Two Stick Disarming
4. One Stick Advance Striking, and Advance Blocking
5. Figure 8 and Reverse Figure 8
     6. Classical Abanico and Pilantik
     7. Sungketi and Double Sero
     8. Espada Y Daga
     9. One Stick Disarming and Counter Disarming
    10. Doblete, Triplete, and Banda Y Banda
    11. Crosada, Palis - Palis and Baba Taas


Contents

1: Introduction to Modern Arnis (39 min)
    1) Proper Grip
    2) Courtesy bow
    3) Stances
    4) 12 Striking Techniques
    5) 12 Striking Zones
    6) Proper way of doing striking and thrusting
    7) Improper way of doing striking and thrusting
    8) 12 striking with leg movement
    9) 12 Striking techniques return to back stance after each strike
    10) Six by six 12 striking techniques  


2: Two Stick Twirling and Two Stick Coordinated  Striking (39 min)
    1) Proper ways of doing the two stick twirling
    2) Cane twisting side by side
    3) Circular motion side by side
    4) Cane twisting X – movement
    5) Cane thrusting side by side
    6) Abanico X – movement
    7) Double abanico striking inside
    8) Striking up and down
    9) Double stick striking on the inside
    10)Continues twirling forward


3: Two Stick Striking, Blocking, Parrying, and Two Stick Disarming (39 min)


4: One Stick Advance Striking, and Advance Blocking (38 min)
    1) 6 advance strike zones
    2) Stationary 6 advance striking
    3) Stationary continues 6 advance striking
    4) Blocking with brace
    5) Malayuan blocking
    6) Malapitan blocking
    7) Dikitan blocking
    8) Stationary 6 advance blocking
    9) Advance blocking with V – leg Switching
    10) Drills in malapitan blocking 


5: Figure 8 and Reverse Figure 8 (37 min)
    1) Introduction to figure 8
    2) Proper way of doing figure 8
    3) Malapitan figure 8
    4) Malayuan figure 8
    5) Improper way of doing figure 8
    6) Malayuan half figure 8
    7) Complete figure 8
    8) Continues Figure 8
    9) Malapitan Continues Figure 8 with V – leg Switching
    10) Drills in figure 8


6: Classical Abanico and Pilantik (43 min)
    1) Introduction to classical Abaniko
    2) 3 types of Abaniko
    3) Proper way of doing the three Abaniko
    4) Drills in malayuan Abaniko
    5) Introduction to Pilantik
    6) Proper way of doing Pilantik
    7) Drills in Pilantik
    8) Application of Pilantik
    9) Disarming, locking and take down


7: Sungketi and Double Sero (40 min)
    1) Introduction to Sungkiti
    2) Target area’s of Sungkiti
    3) Vertical, horizontal Sungkiti
    4) Drills in Sungkiti
    5) Application for Sungkiti
    6) Introduction to Double Sero
    7) Types of Double Sero
    8) Proper way of doing Double Sero
    9) Center Double Sero
    10) Application of Double Sero


8: Espada Y Daga (36 min)
    1) Advance Espada Y Daga striking
    2) Stationary forward stance advance Espada Y Daga striking
    3) 6 advance Espada Y Daga striking with thrusting of Daga
    4) Advance Espada Y Daga blocking with stick and dagger
    5) Tulak paiwas parrying and Espada Y Daga
    6) Blocking tulak paiwas with thrusting of daga and stick


9: One Stick Disarming and Counter Disarming (48 min)
    1) Insideward twisting
    2) Snake circle
    3) One arm circle
    4) Wrist strike
    5) Downward push
    6) Armpit lock
    7) Shoulder lock with arm bar
    8) Down upward twisting
    9) Random Disarming techniques
    10) Random counter disarming techniques


10: Doblete, Triplete, and Banda Y Banda (46 min)
    1) Introduction to Doblete
    2) Stationary forward stance downward Doblet
    3) Application of Doblete
    4) First drill in Doblete
    5) Introduction to Triplete
    6) Application of Triplete
    7) Drills in Triplete
    8) Introduction to Banda Y Banda
    9) Types of Banda Y Banda
    10) Drills in Banda Y Banda


11: Crosada, Palis - Palis and Baba Taas (35 min)
    1) Introduction to Crosada
    2) Drills in Crosada
    3) Crosada, disarming and take down
    4) Introduction to Palis
    5) Introduction to Baba Taas
    6) Palis – Palis disarming and take down 

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Remy Amador Presas (December 19, 1936 – August 28, 2001) was the founder of Modern Arnis, a popular Filipino martial art. Born in the Philippines, he moved to the United States in 1974, where he taught his art via seminars and camps. In 1982 he was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame as Instructor of the Year. He published several books and videos on Modern Arnis and is recognised as the "Father of Modern Arnis".

photo - Remy A.Presas

The Man Behind Modern Arnis

A true lover of sports, Mr. Remy A. Presas is the man behind Modern Arnis today. From the cold tomb of oblivion, Mr. Presas gave new life and meaning to the true Filipino martial art called Arnis. Arnis died with the passage of time as the incontrovertible onslaught of modern living and foreign influences blotted out this gem of the Filipino culture to merely one of the things of the forgotten past. Truly Arnis died with the times. If there were any devout practitioners of the art, they were a very negligible few not even worthy of the slightest attention. People then were so overwhelmed by the appeal of other foreign martial arts like judo, jujitsu, and karate, as to give a passing look to their own arnis. Such then was the sad status of the martial art of Arnis.

But fate has it that "Arnis" will not forever stay dead because on December 19, 1936, in the fishing town of Hinigaran, Negros Occidental, a boy was born destined to one day reopen the eyes and hearts of the Filipino martial art lovers to their own true martial art, arnis, an art which has its roots sacredly marked since the beginning of Philippine history itself. This boy was Remy Amador Presas.

Scion of a middle class family, Remy was born to Jose B. Presas, a businessman and the former Lucia Amador. His father and mother wanted Remy to pursue a career other than sports like business where the family was then comfortably ensconced. But business was not for Remy. Exposed at an early age to sports through his grandfather who was also a lover of sports, Remy developed a special love for the physical art that will one day find him one of its stalwarts.

At the tender age of six, while learning his alphabet and prayers from his mother, Remy was already learning the fundamentals of "kali", as Arnis was then called, using finely carved wooden canes shaped like swords or daggers. This developed in Remy an immense love for sports which will become and indelible mark of his nature.

In his youth, the fascination of sports in Remy grew so much as to develop in him the adventurer’s itch. Not content with the bucolic atmosphere in Hinigaran, at the age of 14 Remy went to the different cities like Cebu, Panay, Bohol, and Leyte, where he pursued his athletic career. In Cebu, he furthered his study of Arnis under Rodolfo Moncal, and then under Timoteo Marranga and Venancio Bacon. All were Cebuano experts in Arnis, and under them Remy mastered Arnis and the deadly "Balintawak" style of stick fencing. Remy’s association with Arnis experts and other renowned athletes in the different parts of the country sharpened his ability in sports.

By the time he came back to his hometown, Remy was already and expert in Arnis and in other sports like judo, jiu-jitsu, wrestling and karate. After his marriage to Rosemary Pascual, Remy, idealistic and enterprising that he is, then set up a gymnasium in Bacolod, Negros Occidental, and there started the wheels of his obsession to revive the dying martial art of Arnis. With the fervor and determination of a true dedicated sportsman, Remy labored and sacrificed to bring the youth in Bacolod closer to the wealth of their cultural history that they failed to appreciate because of indifference. Encouragingly, he succeeded. In that unpretentious gym he founded, Remy succeeded in drawing the interest of the youth of Bacolod. His followers in Arnis increased by the hundreds.

Remy was not only successful in that respect. His business in the city also went well and he was also teaching physical education (with emphasis on Arnis) at De La Salle College, then at the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, being a holder of a bachelor’s degree in education major in physical education. Remy was then a very successful man, a success capped by the encouraging outcome of his crusade to revive the lost glory of Arnis.

Then in 1968 Remy was confronted with a decision that was to become a turning point in his life. In one of his summer sessions at the Rizal Memorial Sports Arena in Manila, the sports Mecca of the Philippines, Col. Arsenio de Borja, secretary treasurer of the Philippine Amateur Athletic Federation and director of the National College of Physical Education, Mr. Philip Moncerrat, former President of the PAAF, and Professor Jose Gregorio, took notice of Remy. Upon learning of Remy’s crusade, they asked him to further his crusade in Manila, the seat of National influence in any field of activity. In Manila, the interest of the whole country would be drawn, Remy was told.

The idea interested Remy, for indeed, Arnis is not only for a region, it is for the whole country and could even be before the whole world. The thought played in Remy’s mind like a precious diamond toyed by two cats.

The whole thought was crucial and difficult for him. Coming to Manila would mean leaving behind all he has founded in Bacolod. It would mean virtual abandonment of his well-entrenched businesses which could guarantee the future of his family. Besides, it would mean re-establishment of his family which was now well settled in Bacolod.

But Remy can not get himself out of the thought of the great opportunity for him to bring his crusade to a wider scope and area of audience. He was tickled with the thought that in Manila, he will not only be able to revive Arnis to national consciousness but he will also have the opportunity to present this lore of Philippine culture to the whole world. Remy believed that if the world accepted judo, wrestling, karate, and kung fu, there would be no reason why Arnis wouldn’t be accepted for Arnis is as effective, if not more effective than all of these other martial arts. It was a gem of an opportunity and Remy took the challenge.

In 1969, Remy brought his family to Manila. He then established a gymnasium in the heart of Manila’s commercial district and founded the National Amateur Karate Organization (NAKO) and Modern Arnis Federation of the Philippines (MAFP). With his gym as his springboard, Remy pursued his crusade to revive Arnis on the wider scale to the hilt. He taught (up the present) in various universities and colleges in Manila emphasizing the basic beauty of Arnis as a martial art. He was also teaching Arnis in his NAKO and MAFP club in Quiapo, Manila.

Remy also founded the Modern Arnis Federation of the Philippines. He gave countless exhibitions (for free) with his boys before different audiences and even before tourists. He has even performed before Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos in Antipolo, Rizal, who, after seeing the exhibition, expressed profound interest in the art.

His untiring crusade brought Arnis to the knowledge of every martial art lover. Not only that, Remy’s magnificent achievement brought him honors and respect among the titans in Philippine sports. So enthusiastically was Arnis received that Remy was asked to train the different armed services and police agencies in the Philippines in the martial art of Arnis. Arnis has also become a popular sport engaged in friendly competition between clubs.

The popularity of Arnis even transcends Philippine shores that in 1970 Remy was asked to go to Japan and before Itago Police Academy he introduce Arnis. So intrigued and fascinated were the Japanese Police authorities of the art that they exclaimed in admiration of its effectively.

Remy’s name became a name to reckon with in sports circle. Besides being the founder and president of the MAFP and NAKO, he was elected Vice-President of the Philippine Arnis Association whose president was former Senator Rene Espina, also an Arnis aficionado, He is also a coach in judo, karate, and wrestling. Remy is a sixth Dan Karate Blackbelter and a judo blackbelter.

His athletic prowess is known far and wide that several American martial art clubs invited him for a cultural demonstration and not a few American personages who are lovers of martial art asked him to propagate the art of Arnis in America and Canada. These invitations are testimonials of Remy’s fame as an athlete.

But Remy’s dream is more than all these. He wants to make an international sport out of Arnis. He wants the world to know that in the Philippines there is an indigenous martial art that can surpass the martial art they already know. "Few of us may know that a skillful knowledge of the art of Arnis can make one outplay a master of judo, or karate, " Remy would tell his students.

That the whole world may know of the art, led Remy to write this book on modern Arnis. Digging deep into his wealth of knowledge after 27 years of research and practice of the art, he decided to publish a book. Collating the early style and techniques of the art with the modern, he prepared a text devoid of primitive linguistics which might not be understood by enthusiasts. Thus this book.

Presented in it's modern form in line with modern demands and circumstances, this book will be easy for a learner to understand. Every style and technique is presented in modern form and the terminologies adopted to contemporary language.

This book is only the beginning of Remy’s magnificent dream. This book will merely serve as a springboard for the ultimate acceptance of the Filipino martial art of Arnis. The crowning glory of this dream, of this crusade, will be when Arnis becomes a commanding sport in every arena of sports competition the world over.

The Filipinos have now accepted this gem of their culture. Through the inspired efforts of Remy, the Bureau of Public and Private Schools has now included Arnis in the Physical education curriculum.

But this in not enough for Remy. He believes that a good art should be shared by the whole world. This is his ardent dream and when this dream shall have flowered, the world will have to thank not only Remy but also his wonderful wife Rosemary, whose inspiration, perseverance, and priceless assistance made this book possible. Also, their children Mary Jane, Mary Ann, Remy, Jr., Ma. Theresa and Demetrio Jose, whose innocent laughter have lightened the mental load in the awesome preparation of this book.

Modern Arnis will go a long way and Modern Arnis is incomplete without bringing into the picture the athlete and the crusader, Remy A. Presas, "The Father of Modern Arnis".

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4-18) Kelly S. Worden (5-video)  ---

Vunak 5-dvd

"Connecting the systems" DVD $20.00 (http://www.paladin-press.com)

1) Combat Line Progressive Blade (90 min)
2) Comtech/Natural Spirit Intensive Knife (70 min)
3) Progressive Long Pole Level 1 (70 min)
4) Sibat (75 min)
5) Double Baston (80 min)

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  1. Street Fighting
  2. Trapping
  3. Edged Weapons
  4. Wooden Dummy Training
  5. Ground Technics

4-19-1) Paul Vunak  ---

"Jeet Kune Do Concepts & Filipino Martial Arts" by Panther Productions
- Техника ударов и защиты ногами. Р. 50 м
- Работа ножом. Р. 40 м
- Филлипинская палка. А. 45 м
- Филлипинская техника работы с палками. А. 55 м
- Филлипинская техника боя ножом. Р. 40 м

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4-19-2) Paul Vunak  ---

"Jeet Kune Do" 7 dvd set

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1) Jun Fun Kickboxing 1
2) Jun Fun Kickboxing 2
3) Jeet Kune Do Trapping
4) Jeet Kune Do Wing Chun Dummy Training
5) Fillipino Knife Fighting
6) Fillipino Stick Fighting
7) Jeet Kune Do Paul Vunak Attributes

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4-20) Cold Steel - More Proof, Warriors Edge by 1-6

More Proof c

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4-21) Cold Steel - Warriors Edge

Cold Steel - Warriors Edge c

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4-22) Cold Steel - Saber And Cutlass

Cold Steel - Saber And Cutlass c

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4-23) Cold Steel - Fighting Machete

Cold Steel - Fighting Machete c

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4-24) Cold Steel - Fighting Tomahawk

Cold Steel - Fighting Tomahawk c

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4-25) Dog Brothers vol. 1-5


4-25-1) Dog Brothers - Snaggle Tooth Variations

Dog Brothers - Snaggle Tooth Variations c


4-25-2) Dog Brothers - Krabi Krabong

Dog Brothers - Krabi Krabong c


4-25-3) Dog Brothers (Eric Knaus) - Real Contact Stick Fighting

Dog Brothers (Eric Knaus) - Real Contact Stick Fighting c


4-25-4) Dog Brothers (Eric Knaus) - Combining Stick and Footwork

Dog Brothers (Eric Knaus) - Combining Stick and Footwork c


4-25-5) Dog Brothers Martial Arts - Cycle Drills

Dog Brothers Martial Arts - Cycle Drills c

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5. Колекція відео № 2 - техніки володіння вогнепальною зброєю

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6. Література - Книжки link-out

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