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- noun A stick made of
rattan, bahi, yantok, yakal or kamagong, used in Philippine stick fighting.
- noun Traditional Philippine stick fighting, a martial art.
- noun Plural form of
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So that this won't sound like a "Well, my art is just really cool and different and specialler than YOURS!" type post I'll mention that I've also dabbled in capoeira and arnis.
Another impressive performance was observed in athletes John Rey Miguel, Jerome Magna and Nomer Buenavente who earned 30 points in arnis and placing second only to Western Visayas.
The term escrima has been applied to stick-fighting as done in the Philippines – it is said by some that an escrima or arnis master can use even a simple ballpen as a martial arts weapon in stick-fighting and come out the winner.
If knives terrify you and you can't bring yourself to touch one outside the kitchen, then maybe you won't like the SE Asian stuff, silat, kali, arnis, etc.
Paul, an arnis master, performed music on drums and kahon - simply breathtaking.
Mack has over 20 years experience in the martial arts, studying such systems as muay thai boxing, Jeet Kune Do, kickboxing, aikido, jujitsu, savate, arnis and karate.
For the best in Muay Thai training go to www. vee-arnis-jitsu.com
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