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Minimum training: 45 Classes

 

Guard Positions (Double stick)

  • Close guard
  •      One arm in box guard, other in horizontal stick at side
  •      One arm in box guard, other horizontal thrust
  •      One arm in box guard, other in horizontal stick in front
  •      One arm in box guard, one cross body
  •      Front cross

 

  •  Open Guard
  • Both arms in box guard
  • One arm in box guard, other forward, stick at 45 degree angle back
  • One arm in box guard, other forward, stick vertical
  • One arm in box guard, other in horizontal thrust position
  • Both arms in horizontal thrust positions

 

Palakas Pulso (Wrist conditioning)

  • Doble Baston
  • Up and down rotation
  • Alternate up and down rotation
  • Aldabis (upward criss cross)
  • Abaniko-
  1. Hit tip of stick focus last 2”
  2. Hiwa, 4 abinikos, Ikis then step up or back and repeat on the other side
  • Centro baston rotation
  • Alternating upward figure 8’s
  • Alternating downward figure 8’s
  • Doblete Ikis
  • Doble doblete Iksi
  • Arm crosses over and under

 

Uri’ng Sangga (kinds of blocks)

  • Sombrada
  • Pluma
  • Inside sweep
  1. forehand
  2. backhand

 

  • Panipis
  • Scissors
  1. Pass and Cut
  2. Stop and Cut

 

Foot work- (Review all footwork from previous level)

Striking Combinations

  • Solo Kadena
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, Defender Hit to hand with first strike as step out of range and attacks with last two strikes (all possible targets)
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, Defender hits to hands on both strikes and to head or body with third strike,
  3. Attacker feeds in one’s or two’s with stick, punches or kicks, Defender uses solo Kadena to counter attack and hit to head or body with remaining strike or strikes
  4. Attacker steps out to defenders first strike and comes back in with strike, Defender first strike is a miss second to the hand of attacking strike third to head or body
  5. Attacker feeds random with broken rhythm, Defender continues flow and counters and defends staying fluid using footwork and angles

 

  • Doble Kadena
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, Defender Hit to hand with first strike as step out of range and attacks with last two strikes (all possible targets)
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, Defender hits to hands on both strikes and to head or body with third strike,
  3. Attacker feeds in one’s or two’s with stick, punches or kicks, Defender uses Doble Kadena to counter attack and hit to head or body with remaining strike or strikes
  4. Attacker steps out to defenders first strike and comes back in with strike, Defender first strike is a miss second to the hand of attacking strike third to head or body
  5. Attacker feeds random with broken rhythm, Defender continues flow and counters and defends staying fluid using footwork and angles
  • Solo Kadena Abaniko
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, Defender Hit to hand with first strike as step out of range and attacks with last two strikes (all possible targets)
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, Defender hits to hands on both strikes and to head or body with third strike,
  3. Attacker feeds in one’s or two’s with stick, punches or kicks, Defender uses solo Kadena Abiniko to counter attack and hit to head or body with remaining strike or strikes
  4. Attacker steps out to defenders first strike and comes back in with strike, Defender first strike is a miss second to the hand of attacking strike third to head or body
  5. Attacker feeds random with broken rhythm, Defender continues flow and counters and defends staying fluid using footwork and angles

 

  • Doble Kadena Abaniko
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, Defender Hit to hand with first strike as step out of range and attacks with last two strikes (all possible targets)
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, Defender hits to hands on both strikes and to head or body with third strike,
  3. Attacker feeds in one’s or two’s with stick, punches or kicks, Defender uses Doble Kadena abiniko to counter attack and hit to head or body with remaining strike or strikes
  4. Attacker steps out to defenders first strike and comes back in with strike, Defender first strike is a miss second to the hand of attacking strike third to head or body
  5. Attacker feeds random with broken rhythm, Defender continues flow and counters and defends staying fluid using footwork and angles
  6. Attacker feeds random; Defender uses Solo Kadena, Doble Kadena, Abiniko Kadena and Doble Kadena Abiniko staying fluid

*Speed is not as important as accuracy; timing, rhythm and stability stay relaxed and focus

  • Dos Manos, Dos Labahas
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, defender counters with first strike and zones with
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, defender counter strikes to hands or forearms
  3. Attacker feeds and one or two strikes using stick, hands or feet, Defender counter strikes and attacks

 

  • Dos Manos, Dos Labahas Doblete
  1. Attacker feeds 1-12, defender counters with first strike and zones with footwork and attacks with second and third strike
  2. Attacker feeds and two strikes, defender counter strikes to hands or forearms and hits to head or body with last strike
  3. Attacker feeds one or two strikes using stick, hands or feet, Defender counter strikes and attacks

 

  • De Campo 1-2-3
  1. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) to stop block and follow, Defender stop block to first strike
  2. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters strike of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes with stick
  3. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters two strikes of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes twice with stick
  4. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters one or two strikes of defender (stick, punch or kick) and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes one or two times with stick, punch or kick

 

  • De Campo 1-2-3 Doblete
  1. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) to stop block and follow, Defender stop block to first strike
  2. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters strike of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes with stick
  3. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters two strikes of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes twice with stick
  4. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters one or two strikes of defender (stick, punch or kick) and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes one or two times with stick, punch or kick
  • De Campo 1-2-3 Abiniko
  1. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) to stop block and follow, Defender stop block to first strike
  2. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters strike of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes with stick
  3. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters two strikes of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes twice with stick
  4. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters one or two strikes of defender (stick, punch or kick) and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes one or two times with stick, punch or kick
  • De Campo 1-2-3 Doblete, Abiniko
  1. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) to stop block and follow, Defender stop block to first strike
  2. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters strike of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes with stick
  3. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters two strikes of defender and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes twice with stick
  4. Attacker (the one practicing DeCampo 1-2-3) feeds #1, #7 or #3, and Redondo (hit to forearm) of stop block, then counters one or two strikes of defender (stick, punch or kick) and follows, Defender stop blocks and strikes one or two times with stick, punch or kick
  5. Play all Decampo variations with variations in attack

*These are used as a starting block to give an Idea Of how to break down and apply these combinations the possibilities are many.   After practicing and memorizing this order look other applications to train.

  • Totsada
  1. Single doblete
  2. Double doblete
  • Dos Manos, Dos Labahas serada
  1. Dos Manos (left side) seven count
  2. Dos Labahas serada (right side) eight count

Sinawalis

  1. Ikis
  2. High Low
  3. Low High
  4. High Low High
  5. Low Low High

*Train all five individually as well as in combination.   Use the different footwork patterns to mix up the timing and application possibilities.

  1. Stationary
  2. Box Pattern 4 Corners
  3. Caballero
  4. Illistracimo
  5. Rear Replace
  6. Forward Replace

        6.  Horizontal 4 Count

        7.  Vertical 4 Count

         8.  Upward 4 Count

*Train 6-8 with following hand placements

  1. Hawak Sagad or Hawak Punyo grips
  2. Hawak Susi grip
  3. One Hand Hawak Sagad and One Hand Hawak Susi

 

         9.  Heaven 6

       10.  Heaven and Earth 6

        11.  Earth 6

*Train individually and in combination

  1. Retirada Caballero
  1. Atras and Abante
  2. Patakilid
  3. Piakot


Abecedario

  • First stage stick

*Single stick feed to 2 stick counters.  Gunting with double sticks (Either close to open or open to close “scissors”)

  1. Gunting to strike and follow with right strike, feeder meets last strike with right hand
  2. Same as A, but feeder meets last strike with left hand
  3. Person A feed person B receive, Person B feed person A receive
  4. Feeder meets with either Right or Left
  5. Receive with open and close gunting
  6. Receive with open only
  7. Receive with closed only

 

Requirements checklist:

  • 2 Rattan Training Sticks

  • 2 Soft Sparring Sticks

  • 1 Practice Dagger

  • Goggles

  • Headgear

  • Hand Protection

Member must be in uniform to test.

There will be a thirty dollar fee due prior to testing.

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