Ancient Weapons and Close Range Arts from Southeast Asia
The ancient and highly practical arts developed by the ancient warriors of the Philippines consists of gaining and honing skills with blunt, bladed, or flexible weapons.
Like kung fu, before it popularized by the late Bruce Lee, the Filipinos strongly guarded this knowledge and held its usage as a protection in a world filled with violence, prejudice, and lurking deception. Very few nations have experienced invasions and takeovers like the Philippine Islands.
Times have Changed
Times have changed and today the Filipino martial arts are quickly becoming recognized as one of the most exciting, complete, and practical martial arts of our time.
Patrick Tray teaching last night #filipino #tridentmartialarts #kali #kombatkali with @jimc22191 #snakedisarms Trident Academy of Martial ArtsPosted by Trident Academy of Martial Arts on Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Many people believe that the Filipino martial arts are only a weapons art. On the contrary, it is a very efficient and effective empty-hand art. The use of elbows, knees, headbutts, kicks, and punches are common in close range fighting. Grappling techniques (standing or on the ground) include throws, trips, sweeps, takedowns, chokes, and locks.
Combined with Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do as taught by Navy SEAL Pat Tray, and his own USA Combatives system, our Weapons Program offers a unique opportunity to quickly advance in skill and ability to handle empty hands altercations standing on your feet or on the ground. Filipino Martial Arts Jeet Kune Do Pat Tray's USA Combatives
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