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  1. Mano Y Mano - The Weaponless Fighting Applications of Modern Arnis by Dan Anderson, 2005
  2. Grandmaster Raymond Tobosa's systematic approach to effective escrima by Raymond Tobosa, 1991
  3. Philippine Martial Arts Society: Escrima by Rene Latosa, 1979
  4. Secrets of Cabales Serrada Escrima by Mark V. WILEY, 2001-01-01
  5. Fundamentals of WSEF Serrada Escrima by GuroMichael Schwarz, 2009-02-27
  6. Arnis-escrima-kali Techniques Volume 2
  7. Modern Arnis - The Art Within Your Art - The Book of Basics by Dan Anderson, 2005
  8. De-Fanging The Snake - A Guide to Modern Arnis Disarms by Dan Anderson, 2005
  9. Advanced Modern Arnis - A Road to Mastery by Dan Anderson, 2002
  10. Trankada - The Ties That Bind - Modern Arnis Joint Locking Techniques & Tapi Tapi Filipino Stick Fighting by Dan Anderson, 2004
  11. Espada Y Daga - The Sword & Dagger Fighting Art book by Dan Anderson, 2006
  12. The Secrets of Kalis Ilustrisimo: The Filipino Fighting Art Explained (Tuttle Martial Arts) by Antonio Diego, Christopher Ricketts, 2002-06-15
  13. Arnis Self-Defense: Stick, Blade, and Empty-Hand Combat Techniques of the Philippines by Jose Paman, 2007-04-03
  14. Classic Arnis by Reynaldo S. Galang, 2004-05

21. Escrima Club Harburg
Realistischer Zweikampf mit und ohne Waffen; pragmatische Kampfkonzepte statt Techniktraining (keine Formen, Drills, Entwaffnungen etc.). Trainer ist Mario Funck.
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22. Escrima Stick Strikes & Techniques: Video Series | EHow Videos
escrima is a deadly martial art like many other forms of mortal combat. Learn powerful escrima double stick striking techniques and footwork in this free martial arts video series.
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  • 1. What is Escrima? by Ed Wedding Escrima or Eskrima is a Filipino martial art that incorporates weapons such as sticks and knives. Find out more about Escrima in this free video. Views: 2,923 2. Escrima Stance by Ed Wedding Escrima, like many martial arts, has basic fighting stances. Learn basic Escrima fighting stances in this free martial arts video. Views: 2,458 3. Gripping the Escrima stick by Ed Wedding Escrima, like other forms of mortal combat, employs weaponry such as sticks for fighting opponents. Learn how to grip an Escrima stick in this free martial arts video. Views: 2,438 4. Escrima Ready Position by Ed Wedding Escrima, like other martial arts, has a ready fighting position for combat. Learn the ready position for Escrima in this free martial arts video. Views: 1,381
  • 23. Escrima Sticks
    American Made escrima Stick. 3/4 inch hard rock maple. Stained with high quality pigments to render deep rich colors.26
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    American Made Escrima Stick 3/4 inch hard rock maple. Stained with high quality pigments to render deep rich colors.26" Foam Escrima Black durable plastic covered with 1/4" foam. 26" long. Black Hickory Escrima Sanded to a smooth finish. 26" x 1 1/16". ProForce Ultimate Escrima Made from top quality bamboo. Features holographic ends with ProForce logo which are designed to catch the light. 28" long x 1" diameter. Escrima Stick Case Lightly padded vinyl case with: Red felt interior. Special sleeve holds stick in place. Zippered opening. Carrying handles. Deluxe Escrima Stick Multiple nodes, and fire-hardened for added strength. Finished with protective clear coating. Made of Rattan. 26 inch. Polycarbonate Kali / Escrima Stick Set Made of Polycarbonate, which is used to make Bullet Proof Glass. Incredibly strong and the same weight as light rattan sticks. Rounded ends. Excellent balance. Padded case which holds two sticks included. White Wax Wood Escrima Each sold seperately. 36".

    24. Home - Escrima Club Trier
    ber escrima, Selbstverteidigung und Training wird informiert.
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    25. Escrima Martial Arts Video Instruction With Rene Latosa
    Martial Arts videos featuring instruction in Filipino escrima with Rene Latosa.
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    Rene Latosa RENE LATOSA has been actively teaching the Philipino martial arts since 1968. He was strongly influenced by his instructors at the Stockton Escrima Academy in California, including Grandmaster Angel Cabales, Max Sarmiento, Dentoy Revilar and Master Leo Giron, as well as the teachings of his own father. Latosa has received full instructorship certification in the Serrada system and Cadena de Mano. He is the only person ever to be certified in Cadena de Mano by Max Sarmiento. Latosa went on to serve in the U.S. Air Force which brought him to many different places around the world. During his travels, he has taught Escrima to SWAT teams and elite military units. Latosa is credited with helping to introduce Filipino martial arts to England and Europe. Presently, there are thousands of students practicing Latosa Escrima in Europe alone.
    Escrima Escrima, the Spanish word for "fencing," is the name given to both armed and unarmed applications of the Filipino martial arts. In learning a battlefield art which only recently developed into a sport, the Escrima student begins with single or double weapons and gradually learns to apply the same techniques empty-handed. A deadly serious approach to fighting, Escrima is known for lighting fast self-defense and simultaneous counter-attacks and blocks.

    26. New York Escrima | Escrima In New York City
    The Filipino martial art of escrima (Latosa Weapons System), is actually a method that aligns your whole body to create energy and power while providing a proven practical method
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    What is Latosa Escrima?
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 08/22/2009 - 14:38 The Filipino martial art of Escrima (Latosa Weapons System), is actually a method that aligns your whole body to create energy and power while providing a proven practical method of self-defense. Escrima is a art form that challenges you to think outside of the box. The martial art of Escrima has its origins in the Philippine Islands. The art is beautiful to watch as it is effective and deadly. The first recorded episode of the arts existence was dated around the 1520’s when Ferdinand Magellan and his men did battle with Chief Lapu Lapu and his tribe. The Filipino marital art of Escrima is distinct and unique because of how the art is taught. Escrima defies all normal martial arts training routines where normally the student learns the concepts and techniques of empty hand first, then advances on to weapons. In Escrima, the teaching progression is the opposite, the student learns the concepts, strategy, techniques of the weapon first then concurrently transitions into the empty hand. This is an important aspect of training because it actually familiarize the student to some of the real perils of the street such as knowing the potential dangers of a weapon, and being able to reacting in a rationale manner. The main tool used in teaching this unique Filipino martial art is a 24-26 inch rattan stick. In the art of Escrima, the stick is a representation of weapons (anything that can be held in your hand - knives, palm sticks, bottles, etc.) that a student learns to be familiar with using and avoiding. Once a student learns the concepts of Escrima, a student gains respect for a weapon whether using or avoiding the weapon in a serious situation. Escrima builds self-confidence through awareness of simple and practical concepts of essential survival skills. Learning these concepts can turn something as simple as a comb, keys or even a hairbrush into a lifesaving tool. The art is far more then students hitting each other with sticks.

    27. Eskrima
    Source Philippine escrima History of Filipino Martial Arts. The history of the Philippines stretches all the way back as far as 900 AD.
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    Source: Philippine Escrima History of Filipino Martial Arts The history of the Philippines stretches all the way back as far as 900 AD. Examining the history of the Philippines as a nation, it is clear that martial arts have always been an essential part of the Filipino society. Many different cultures and migrants influenced the martial arts of the Philippines, like in many other places. Settled in about 200 B.C by the Malays, in a first wave of migrations from the Southeast, they brought with them the weapon of the long knife. Although many weapons of different shapes and sizes were brought into the Philippines, the "Kris", a wavy bladed knife from the island of Java, was the first foreign weapon to be transplanted into the Filipino fighting arts. During the two more migrations that followed, these people were actually the ancestors of the present day Muslim-Filipinos of Mindanao and Sulu. In 1518, Ferdinand Magellan convinced King Charles I of Spain that the Moluccas, then known as the Spice Islands, could be reached by sailing west. Magellan told the king that the Moluccas belonged to the Spanish side of the demarcation line drawn according to the Treaty of Torsedillas. The king agreed to send an expedition to the Spice Islands under the command of Ferdinand Magellan. On September 20, 1519, the expedition sailed southward across the Atlantic Ocean. Magellan reached the southernmost tip of South America, where he crossed the Pacific Ocean strait, otherwise now known as the Magellan strait. On March of 1521, he finally reached the Marianas. After resting, his men and obtaining provisions, Magellan continued his voyage and, on March 17th, 1521, sighted the mountains of Samar, marking their arrival in the Philippine Archipelago.

    28. Escrima Concepts
    Master Steve; a personal profile and history of the development of escrima Concepts
    http://www.escrimaconcepts.com/profiles.php?id=3

    29. Escrima - FMA-Bremen :: Selbstverteidigung Mit Und Ohne Waffen - Stockkampf, Fra
    Trainer Kai K hn bietet in seiner unabh ngigen escrima-Trainingsgruppe philippinische Kampfkunst und Selbstverteidigung mit und ohne Waffen.
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    30. A.E.K. Berlin E.V.
    Informiert ber die philippinische Sportart des Stockkampf, Schwertkampf und Messerkampf. D-13409 Berlin
    http://www.aek-germany.de/

    31. FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS CONCEPTS
    THE LATOSA escrima CONCEPTS. Rene Latosa. v Provide your group, organization or company with one of the most unique learning adventure they would ever experience.
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    32. Kai Khn Escrimatraining :: Exklusives Escrima-, Selbstverteidigungs- Und Selbst
    Der unabh ngige escrimalehrer Kai K hn bietet Einzel- und Kleingruppentraining in escrima, Selbstverteidigung und Frauen-Selbstschutz an.
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    33. Medina Escrima Martial Arts
    Chief Maestro Dan Medina teaches Derobio escrima, Arnis 63 General, Kali, Kuntao, Black Masters Spinx Karate in Fernandina Beach FL and St. Mary's GA.
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    34. ESCRIMA ANGELS :: Mehr Als Nur Frauenselbstverteidigung - Selbstschutz-Training
    escrima-Kampfkunst und spezielles Frauen-Sicherheitstraining. Trainingsplan und Preise.
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    35. Filipino Kali - Philippines Martial Arts Escrima
    Filipino Kali is the art of stick fighting. They use hard, bamboo sticks to strike and defend. They have made this particular fighting style into an art form.
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    Bob Dubljanin unterrichtet s dostasiatische Kampfk nste Filipino Kali-escrima, Indonesisches Silat, Muay Thai - Thai Boxen und Bruce Lee s Jeet Kune Do. Gruppen - Seminare - Privatunterricht
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    37. Cabales Serrada Eskrima - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Cabales Serrada escrima is a system of Eskrima, a form of Filipino martial arts. This fighting style was introduced in Stockton, California, United States in 1966. Serrada
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone or spelling . You can assist by editing it Cabales Serrada Escrima is a system of Eskrima , a form of Filipino martial arts This fighting style was introduced in Stockton, California United States in 1966. Serrada Eskrima utilizes the art of stickfighting as well as Espada y Daga techniques. Serrada eskrima is usually practiced at medium to close (also known as corto ) range. The term Serrada means "to close" in Spanish, and Escrima or Eskrima means "to skirmish." The Filipino founding father of Cabales Serrada Escrima was Angel Cabales (1917–1991). He was a disciple of Felicisimo Dizon . While the mysteries of Filipino stickfighting were still shrouded in secrecy in the remote South Pacific archipelagos, Angel Cabales emigrated east to the United States. Here he introduced his unique brand of self-defense, and became known as the "Father of Serrada Escrima in America". In essence, the Cabales Serrada System of Escrima was designed as a form of personal defense, as well as a form of critical thinking. Within the past several decades countless martial artists worldwide have had the rare opportunity to train and to discover the skills, wisdom and close-range, stick and knife empty-hand strategies of Cabales Serrada Escrima.

    38. LATOSA-ESCRIMA
    A conceptual Filipino martial art system taught by Rene Latosa. Features influences, background, current focus, pictures, and links.Windsor, CA
    http://www.escrima-concepts.com/

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    Huge selection of Filipino Doce Pares escrima and Kali Sticks, Rattan Staffs, Arnis Protective Gear, escrima/Kali Books and Arnis Videos from Gungfu.com. Get the hottest deals
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    40. Escrima Sticks - Kali Stick - Arnis De Mano Eskrima
    escrima sticks on sale at KarateMart. Buy a Filipino kali stick for your next weapon demo or an arnis de mano eskrima for your martial arts class.
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