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PAKAMUT- The Original Filipino Fighting System Of

PAKAMUT- The Original Filipino Fighting System Of



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The introduction to the Pakamut style of Filipino Martial Arts, i.e. a Cebuano style of eskrima, arnis.
The introduction to the Pakamut style of Filipino Martial Arts, i.e. a Cebuano style of eskrima, arnis.

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PAKAMUT- The Original Filipino Fighting Systemof Stick, Knife and Hand to Hand Fighting AsTaught by Master Felix RoilesThe Level 1 Basic Fighting Arts Manual
By Master Felix Roiles & Guro Marc Lawrence
Table of Contents
1. Introduction2. The PAKAMUT Story3. The Master Felix Roiles story4. Basic Principles of Pakamut5. The Stick & its Purpose6. Basic Stance Concepts7. Basic Footwork and The 10 stances8. Single Stick Grips & Types of Strikes9. Striking Patterns for Long Range10. Striking Patterns for Medium Range11. Blocks and Blocking the Ten Basic Blocks12. Counter Strikes the Ten Counter Strikes13. Hand Checking and Counter Checking14. Disarming Your Opponent15. Physical Conditioning Concepts and Practice16. Knife Fighting Concepts and Practice17. Empty Hands Concepts and Practice18. Building Your Own Backyard/Garage Studio
Introduction to PAKAMUT
This native fighting art covers all of the ranges of fighting; these being- long (lagyo) range, medium (tunga-tunga) range and close (haduul) quarter combat as well asLayog o Bugno (wrestle or fight). This is done with a singleor double stick (pangtusok), knife (Baraw), sword (Pimote)and other impact weapons (bunal) that were in existencelong time before the arrival of the Spaniards.The PAKAMUT fighting system is based on practicality.It is simple as learning your ABC’s. It uses the triangle as aprinciple for its foot-works, striking patterns and defensivepositions. The principles apply to long range, medium rangeand close range fighting. The triangle concept fightingsystem is used with stick, knife and empty hands techniques.These training principles uses exercises and drills toincorporate the lessons into practical moves.

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