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Martial Arts Topics / Flex Stick Training
« on: December 05, 2004, 06:52:16 AM »
okay! i`m the old one...

hope you find a trainings-possibility.

Martial Arts Topics / Flex Stick Training
« on: December 04, 2004, 10:28:40 AM »
hi logan

greetings from logan  :lol:

Martial Arts Topics / Kalis Ilustrisimo Seminar in NH
« on: February 24, 2004, 12:39:38 PM »
thanks for the link.
best regards bobi/z?rich

Martial Arts Topics / Kalis Ilustrisimo Seminar in NH
« on: February 23, 2004, 05:05:54 AM »
hello steve
the link doesnt work ???????


Martial Arts Topics / Kalis Ilustrisimo Seminar in NH
« on: February 22, 2004, 07:32:57 AM »
pretty expensive but also verry intresting :-)

oh yes of course - thanks for answering.

greetings bobi

could one of the fillipinos tell me what formalities and courteousies
are observed with older people and teachers?
like for example how in china it is considered very bad form to show someone the sole of one`s foot.

thanks for answering

is 3 of 9 so sexy like 7 of 9? -just joking.

the review sounds great. i think europe is hungry for sayoc-
kali, dbma and all other kali-styles...... -more, more!
ugggha-ugggha! (sorry my primitive instincts break through)  :shock:

greetings from switzerland, bobi

Martial Arts Topics / pointfootwork / cinco terros
« on: November 23, 2003, 04:16:58 PM »
hi everybody
2 technical questions from escrima, i hope some of you guys
can help me.

first: pointfootwork
can i use it as a freestyle tool, in "every" situation?
or is pointfootwork only defensiv or offensiv footwork?
whats the usual strikes with this steps?
i know replacementstepping from the firts serrada book
from mister wiley. i dont know maybe its something familiar?
i know that the RS is often use in sword/stick and dagger......

second: cinco terros
some informations to this style?
i know its a broken piece of latosa escrima, and some modern arnis
styles use it.
but, its only the classik 1-2-3-4-5 pattern?
(forhand, backhand, horizontal forhand -backhand, stab)
or had this style also blocks or other defensiv-movements?
is it more stick or blade?
we train sometimes hit against hit and stop in a KK-way
with the point to the partners face. it is superb to continue with a stab......
????????????????????????   ahhh help.

greetings bobi

Martial Arts Topics / injurys
« on: November 19, 2003, 01:45:24 AM »
i forget.
thanks for the assist! nice.  :D

Martial Arts Topics / injurys
« on: November 19, 2003, 01:42:08 AM »
yeah! thanks for answering crafty dog.

wuff back
(wuff, german for woof
but its not really a big dog :)   )

Martial Arts Topics / injurys
« on: November 14, 2003, 05:38:04 AM »
hi guro marc
(in bad english!)

a question to the gatherings. i had some of the videos
from the gahterings (gathering of the pack..... and so on)

i see/know some of the most common(?) injurys,
like wounds on the fingers, maybe broken fingers.
wounds/cuts (often from the fencingmask) on
the head. or the blows on the body/arm/leg that look
like burnings (from slashes).
i also know the (autsch!!!) splitting knee-cap.

but i dont know..... i have pretty much respect from a fight like on the
gahterings. i think now at the moment i have to little guts
for that, but im surprised that on the gahterings not happen
"more". i dont know.... broken arms -for example. or simplyer:
broken bones (big ones)?
or bunios to the head? are the head hart enough to absorb blows like this?

i know most of the fighters hit not in all situations with full
intension. surely if they are more advanced (or not?  :?  ??!!)

thanks for answering

i only know.....

i train escrima but i think: kali sounds very good.
it sounds agressive. its sounds like a dark goddess.
a spy like mata hari. it sounds like a martial art
have too. its sounds like a very effektive / dynamic /
complete phillipino / stick / blade / empty hand art.
the name inspire.  

no lineage before 1900`s. okay but maybe the
lineage start in the 60`s, starts in america... ????
why not?

in medival-arts the lineage begins again, start new---
after 200(?)years.

greetings bobi

Martial Arts Topics / ?
« on: October 27, 2003, 04:43:34 AM »
hello crafty, hello "guest" thanks for answering.

okay then it have no standard "titles" in the fma.

i only know that in wing chun the terminology is very
important, also stuff like pictures in the trainingsroom......
and so on. i heard the phillipino teachers handle this
easyier. titles are not so important. i only ask,
because im interrested in the thinking and the roots
of the phillipino-practioners. not to discuss about
things that have no end (like: is arnis a better name
than escrima? ...).

have somebody else some infos?

ahooo! bobi
ps: (sorry for the bad english... :-))

a little question about the "titles" in fma.

i only know guro means teacher, like sifu in the chinese
martial arts. but what for example means: punong guro?

and had the phillipinos also terms for trainingspartner?
(like si-hing in chinese). or grandmaster? and are the titles/names
in the different parts of the phillipines the same?

thanks for answering  
greetings bobi  
(gladius et codex)

Martial Arts Topics / Guro Crafty in Bern Switzerland this weekend
« on: September 30, 2003, 06:30:14 AM »
hello marc

yes it was a great weekend with great stuff.
it brings my possibilities in doublestick play to a new dimension  :D

greetings bobi

Martial Arts Topics / grandfathers speak
« on: September 15, 2003, 04:15:59 AM »
thank you verry much for this video

i had not much infos about the history of my style
(latosa escrima, angel cabales and giron escrima).

and its great to hear what all this other great mans have to say.....

best regards bobi/z?rich

Martial Arts Topics / knifebook
« on: August 11, 2003, 05:18:56 AM »
ah ok, its not on the martial arts side...
but maybe a good example of the side: brutal/mindless enemy.
who isnt afraid of it to break your arm, put a knife in your body
or trash your head with his feeds....

f?nks for info!

thanks for answering mike. i had seen a german guy who
train al lot with beni in berne/swiss, but i lost the name.....
u train a lot i see (but not with beni) -also coool.
greetings bobi

Martial Arts Topics / hello mike
« on: August 11, 2003, 02:25:56 AM »
f?nks for se information.

what do u train in germany? germany is a little paradies
for phillipino ma fans - i think (pekiti tirsia, jkd, latosa, modern arnis,
kombatan, a lot escrima styles, and more......)

greetings logan, from z?rich

Martial Arts Topics / "strange" knifebook
« on: August 10, 2003, 02:40:41 PM »

Martial Arts Topics / -
« on: June 17, 2003, 02:20:05 PM »
sure. i find some interressting pages.

it seems (also when i look to the fightingstance
and shorttype of hitting at the gahtherings from
salty dog) -that its a .......type of serrada/close (????)
art of fighting.....  i dont know.... but thanks
for answering.


ps: i find the quote from GM Pedoy:
"protect yourself at all times!"
i try....             :shock:

Martial Arts Topics / -
« on: June 16, 2003, 02:46:35 PM »
oh, ok...he hit you..... :-)

thanks for the infos    :lol:
i try to find out something from the derobio system
in the internet - never hear before

and i hope at september in berne
greetings logan

Martial Arts Topics / hit to the knee
« on: June 13, 2003, 08:01:33 AM »
hi there
hi crafty dog

a question to the hit to the knee (top dogs one). is this a
pekiti tirsia style hit? or from a other style? &
they got also other low line attaks -"similar" to the knee-hit?

i know the dogbrother tape with the three different knee-hits
(that from crafty dog, salty dog and top dog) and also
the "counter" -the illustrissimo step.......

in my "classical" kali style they dont have lowline attaks
like this - because off that -im curious  :wink:

greetings logan

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