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Multi system Eskrima Kali - Arnis |  doce pares
 
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The ancient and indigenous style of ESKRIMA KAli-ARNIS, Filipino Martial Art, using the innovation of DOCE PARES Multi-Style System, is fast becoming the Martial Art of the century. Four Masters join together and share their knowledge, with their easy to learn methods of the Doce Pares Multi-Style System. You will learn basic stances, strikes for target points, basic defenses and blocks. You will learn how to use Eskrima sticks when you practice, as well as the execution of the various types of strikes, basic counter strikes, angles of strikes, twirling, striking and footwork drills.
Views: 30408 Learn Martial Arts
Doce Pares Multi-Style Eskrima Seminar with Master Noval (2015)
 
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Doce Pares Eskrima Multi-Style System 2015 workshop with Master Nito Noval demonstrating on Hari-Om of RadhaKrishna Holistic Yoga and Martial Arts, EHAMA, and the Ashland Karate Academy. Permission for video granted by: Master Nito Noval Mr. Jason Noval Grandmaster Jerry Piddington of Ashland Karate Academy Scott Morgan Hari-Om and Nina RadhaKrishna of RadhaKrishna Holistic Yoga and Martial Arts and E.H.A.M.A. (Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts)
Views: 6921 Hari-Om RadhaKrishna
DOCE PARES Multi-Style System - DVD Trailer
 
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ValFlex Production Presents - DOCE PARES Multi-Style System Volume One - Performed By The Masters Master Val Pableo Master Felix Roiles Master Erwin Mosqueda Master Jun Onas Available at: www.roilesgearsltd.com Visit us: www.pakamut.com
Views: 3332 TeamPakamut
Doce Pares Multi Style System Spada Y Daga / Olisi y Baraw
 
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Training with master Val last Jan 19 2010.
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Doce Pares Eskrima: GM Dionisio Canete Explains Simultaneous Offense & Defense
 
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Grandmaster Dionisio Canete explains the principles behind simultaneous offense & defense as it applies to empty hands and single stick technique. This footage is from a 2001 Doce Pares Multi-Style System Eskrima Seminar held at the Philippine Integrated Martial Arts Academy in Jersey City, NJ.
Views: 11440 Gary Gabisan
Doce Pares Multi Style Sistem Sanremo
 
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ALLENAMENTO gratuito in piazza Mameli a Sanremo organizzato da Fabio Forte
Views: 260 CHIKARA DOJO
DOCE P ARES MULTI STYLE SYSTEM CURRICULUM GRADING TEST .mpg
 
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SOME OF THE VIDEO DURING THE CURRICULUM GRADING TEST. CONGRATS TO ALL HUNGARY DOCE PARES !! HEAD INSTRUCTOR FERI DANKO..
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Doce Pares eskrima - Basic Locks for Zones 1-12
 
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GM Steve Wolk and Guro Chris Snarr demonstrate basic joint locking techniques for zones 1-12 from the Doce Pares Multi-Style system. GM Steve is availabe for seminars and private lessons. Contact him at [email protected]
Views: 4559 docpeares1
Los Angeles DOCE PARES Eskrima / Kali / Arnis
 
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We are #LosAngeles Doce Pares, a traditional Filipino martial arts organization specializing in the Doce Pares "Multi-Style" System of Eskrima. #Eskrima or #Kali or #Arnis are names for the indigenous #MartialArts of the #Philippines. #DocePares is a Philippine martial arts training institution established in 1932. The Doce Pares "Multi-Style" System is a conglomeration of varying traditional Eskrima styles established into a formal training curriculum. Los Angeles Doce Pares was established in the United States by Grandmaster Erwin Mosqueda, 9th degree black belt and chief instructor of the world headquarters from 1997 to 2001. Get to know authentic traditional Filipino martial arts. Get to know Doce Pares Eskrima / Kali / Arnis.
Tribe Italy Doce Pares Multi-Style System - Perugia
 
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Eskrima,Kali,Arnis,Filipino Martial Arts,Doce Pares Multi-Style System,Torino & Perugia Italy
Advanced Doce Pares Dumog, FMA Style Takedowns Explained
 
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Young Guro Johnathan Routis, a senior Children's Martial Art Instructor for Philippine Blackbelt (Tel: 973-777-5849) demonstrate Dumog, a Filipino martial art that utilizes takedowns. Dumog is part of The Doce Pares Multi-Style System. Johnathan has studied under the tutelage of current Doce Pares GrandMaster Arnulfo "Dong" Cuesta. Johnathan has taught alongside GM Dong for over two years helping other children learn Philippine Martial Arts. He just turned thirteen years old when this video was filmed. Philippine Blackbelt in Clifton, is an affiliate of PIMA Academy in Jersey City, USA headquarters of Doce Pares. Both are located in the State of New Jersey. Many thanks to Master Cesar Olavarria, Guro Gary Gabison, Master Val Pableo, Master Dennis and to Grand Master Arnulfo "Dong" Questa. These men have had influence on Johnathan whether directly or indirectly in creating this video.
Views: 13933 GuroJoeR
Philippine Blackbelt Doce Pares Open Hand System
 
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Doce Pares is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. Established in 1932 it comprises of styles from many different contributing masters of Philippine Martial Art. Espada y daga, Corto kurbada, Baraw, Solo Olisi, Doble Oilisi, Dumog, Larga Mano, San Miguel, Mano y mano and others is what makes the Doce Pares system of martial art as a whole. The Doce Pares Multi-style martial art is known in the Philippines as Eskrima, Arnis, and also as Kali. Doce Pares is known worldwide as being one of the best, if not the very best stick fighting martial art. In stick tournaments many Doce Pares practitioners dominate this type of competition. At Philippine Black Belt Academy, you learn quickly and effectively with our semi-private and private instruction. Call us at (973) 777-5849. We are located in Clifton, New Jersey, USA. All Rights Reserved. Philippine Blackbelt.
Views: 38392 GuroJoeR
Doce Pares Eskrima: GM Diony Canete Demonstrates Counter Knife Disarms
 
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Grandmaster Dionisio Canete with the help of Grandmaster Steve Wolk demonstrates the use of the "Kawit" (Hook) to enable counters to knife disarms. This footage is from a 2001 Doce Pares Eskrima Multi-Style System Seminar held at the Mayo Academy in Woodside, Queens, New York.
Views: 9446 Gary Gabisan
Doce Pares Europe Multi-Style System Perugia Italy Training Workshop Master Arnel
 
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Training Workshop in Perugia Italy Part I Sensititvity Drills & Exercises
Doce Pares Eskrima-Kali-Arnis Form 3 (extra slow, then fast)
 
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EHAMA (Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts) E-K-A and Classical Yoga Doce Pares Multi-Style System Eskrima-Kali-Arnis Form 3/Sayaw Tres (single-stick kata) Renshi Hari-Om RadhaKrishna with Eskrima Red Belt, Peter Jordan Filmed at Ashland Karate Academy Videography by: Sensei Deepam Schwenkner Ashland, OR 8/11/2018 Please Subscribe!
Kali Escrima  New York Kali Arnis Doce Pares Twirling Amarra Drill Solo Olisi Tutorial
 
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https://www.facebook.com/AlphaDocePares Sonny Mayo Showing the basic solo olisi twirling drills of Doce Pares Multi-Style System
Views: 13453 DoceParesNYC
DPEMSSPERUGIA Presentation2014
 
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A.S.D. TRIBE ITALIA - PERUGIA DOCE PARES EUROPE MULTI-STYLE SYSTEM - PERUGIA ITALY PUBLIC DEMO DECEMBER 20,2014
Single Stick striking pattern, Amarra 7 with G.M. Val, Eskrima-Kali-Arnis 2003
 
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G.M. Val Pableo teaching E-K-A Solo Olisi/single stick flowing striking drills. Doce Pares Multi-Style System Amarra (twirling set) #7. Evalution Eskrima Kali Arnis/Pableo Eskrima March 2003 (Doce Pares E-K-A Workshop Day #1) Featuring: Master Kelii Sipin of Four Winds Martial Arts At Lee Karate Studio, La Crosse, WI, USA Filmed by Hari-Om RadhaKrishna EHAMA: Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts: E-K-A & classical yoga
Views: 7806 Hari-Om RadhaKrishna
Grandmaster Sipin - Largo Mano - 2003 (Day 2)
 
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Grandmaster Tom Sipin Doce Pares Multi-Style System Eskrima-Kali-Arnis Lee Karate Studio (La Crosse, WI) 2003 Day 2: Largo Mano Workshop Thank you for subscribing to RadhaKrishna Holistic Yoga and Martial Arts
Views: 3728 Hari-Om RadhaKrishna
Doce Pares_Michael Korthals_Entwaffnung_2.AVI
 
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Doce Pares "Multi-Style" System. Michael Korthals und Murat Tatligün bei einer weiteren Entwaffungstechnik. Stick vs. Empty Hands .
Views: 604 mk1981dpm
Three Types of Close Range Eskrima
 
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Grandmaster Dionisio Canete breaks down the three types of close range fighting styles that are part of the Doce Pares Multi-Style System. Corto Linear Corto Kurbada Corto Orihinal
Views: 6188 Gary Gabisan
DOCE PARES
 
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DP Norway Conduct Seminar in Germanny with Horst Eckert Representative for Doce Pares Multi Style System
Views: 5110 jamod265
DOCE PARES ESCRIMA Vol-1 by Alfredo Bandalan
 
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DOCE PARES ESCRIMA Vol.1-2-3 DVD set available at www.MastersMag.com By Alfredo Bandalan There is no question that the art of Doce Pares Escrima developed by the Canete Family from Cebu City is one of the most popular sports and styles of martial arts, due to its effectiveness in real combat. A direct student of Cacoy and Diony Canete, Master Bandalan has spent decades studying and analyzing the different components of this revolutionary system. In this three-volume DVD series, he reveals step-by-step secrets of the main techniques and principles used in the art of Doce Pares. All the principles and concepts are analyzed and explained with clear and precise descriptions, from the single stick to stick and dagger to the use of the Doce Pares methods of empty hand combat. Master Bandalan is one of the most knowledgeable Doce Pares Escrima instructors in the world. This is the ultimate DVD series on the subject of Doce Pares Escrima.
Views: 4182 MastersMagazine
Doce Pares Eskrima-Kali-Arnis 12 Count Striking Set
 
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EHAMA (Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts) Ashland, Oregon 5th Dan Renshi Hari-Om RadhaKrishna at the Ashland Karate Academy Eskrima-Kali-Arnis demonstration of the 12 Count Striking Set. These are the strikes that one feeds for all of the Doce Pares Multi-Style System Abecedario.: at each of these strikes ones partner would step into a boxing stance, block, check and practice a specific counter attack.
Advanced Doce Pares Dumog Takedown with Silat Against Knife
 
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Utilizing Doce Pares weapons parrying techniques combined with Silat from the State of Brunei Darussalam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1JNMYsWUWU effectively transforms this Filipino Martial Art into a very deadly combination of Southeast Asian martial arts. Proof that Doces Pares nicely compliments other martial arts. Here Guro Johnathan Routis, a Doce Pares Multi-Style instructor of Philippine Blackbelt, showcases Filipino Doce Pares Dumog takedown hybrids with Silat against a bladed weapon. At Philippine Blackbelt Academy we teach what we preach. Certified Multi-Style Doce Pares Weapons & Empty Hand Instructor, semi-private and private martial art instruction is available. Clifton, New Jersey, USA: Tel. no. (973) 777-5849. All Rights Reserved. Philippine Blackbelt.
Views: 3217 GuroJoeR
Doce Pares Double Stick Workshop
 
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Doce Pares Multi-Style System 2015 Workshop: Double Stick taught by Master Nito Noval with Nina of RadhaKrishna Holistic Yoga and Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts and the Ashland Karate Academy.
Doce Pares Eskrima: Training "Sabayan"
 
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Grandmaster Dionisio Canete demonstrates how to train the principle of "Sabayan." This footage is from a 2001 Doce Pares Eskrima Multi-Style System Seminar held at the Philippine Integrated Martial Arts Academy in Jersey City, NJ.
Views: 679 Gary Gabisan
ESKRIMA NGCA SYSTEM
 
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NGCA DOCE PARES TORINO MULTI STYLE SYSTEM (FESTA DELLO SPORT) PIAZZA CASTELLO
Views: 193 Giuseppe Napolitano
Doce Pares Sayaw Porma Tres (dance form 3)
 
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Guro Johnathan Routis who is our Senior Children's Instructor performs a Doce Pares Sayaw 3 stick form. Known as Eskrima, Arnis, or Kali, Doce Pares was formed in 1932 and is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. It comprises of styles from many contributing masters of Philippine martial art. Recorded history of Filipino martial art dates as far back and beyond the time of Ferdinand Magellan. It was when Magellan underestimated the fighting skills of the inhabitants on the island of Mactan. Magellan lost his head at this juncture when he battled Lapu-lapu for the glory of Spain. It would then take another 45 years before 300 years of Spanish control on the northern part of the Philippines were to take hold. Carrying of bladed weapons were forbidden. During the Spanish rule, the olisi or stick became the medium of this arts' transformation. Here Guro Johnathan demonstrates a "Sayaw", which translate to dance in English. Today, Filipino Martial Art of this fighting system can be found among among the different Eskrima, Kali, Arnis styles that have developed in the Philippines, as well as from the Doce Pares Schools that have emerged since its founding: Balintawak, Multi-Style, Bandalan, San Miguel, and Cacoy Doce Pares to name a few. Some have retained the bladed aspects of the art intact while others have migrated to the use of sticks of varying degree . Doce Pares teaches the use of stick fighting as well as open hand, while maintaining its bladed heritage, and thus the development and introduction of the witik and other circular type of strikes that is so conducive to using sticks as a weapon. The movements of the stick mimics the open hand techniques and vice-versa, as the stick and hands become one and the stick being an extension of the hand. Students are first taught weapons before empty hand, as the movement of the sticks flow like water. It is then like the flowing of water that becomes the basis of this art, for it is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is what makes it equally deadly as well. Doce Pares compliments other martial arts very well. Our school, Philippine Blackbelt Academy is based on the Doce Pares Multi-style System; Tel. (973) 777-5849. We are located in Clifton, NJ. We teach private & semi-privately at an affordable price and at a pace, atmosphere, and style that makes learning this art fast, easy, and effective.
Views: 2939 GuroJoeR
Filipino Martial Arts Los Angeles Doce Pares
 
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Los Angeles Doce Pares (LADP) was founded by Grandmaster Erwin Mosqueda, founder and head instructor of Los Angeles Doce Pares Multi-Style System.
Views: 1727 Dugong Bisaya
Doce pares multistyle
 
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Views: 559 DQAAAHo
Doce Pares Hellas seminar 2013
 
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http://docepareshellas.gr/ Σεμινάριο Doce Pares στην Αθήνα τον Μάιο 2013. Εισηγητής Danilo Huertas 6th Dan Νίκος Καρακίζης intermediate instructor Original Doce Pares Multi Style System UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF SGM DIONY CAÑETE AND GM PERCIVAL PABLEO
NY Kali Escrima Complete Tutorial Double Stick Sinawali Drills  Doce Pares
 
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https://www.facebook.com/AlphaDocePares This is the the closed pinkgi-pingki or siniwali drills of the Doce Pares Multi-Style system of GM Diony Canete. Karen & Chris are demonstrating the 4 count, 6 count, 8 count & 12 count with out the footwork just the hand movements.
Views: 12774 DoceParesNYC
Doce pares multistyle
 
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Views: 202 DQAAAHo
Doce Pares Europe Torino
 
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with European Director Master Danny Huertas of Doce Pares Multi Style System
Views: 313 ITALIA DOCE PARES
Doce Pares Sayaw Porma Dos (dance form 2)
 
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Guro Johnathan Routis who is our Senior Children's Instructor performs a Doce Pares Sayaw 2 stick form. Known as Eskrima, Arnis, or Kali, Doce Pares was formed in 1932 and is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. It comprises of styles from many contributing masters of Philippine martial art. Recorded history of Filipino martial art dates as far back and beyond the time of Ferdinand Magellan. It was when Magellan underestimated the fighting skills of the inhabitants on the island of Mactan. Magellan lost his head at this juncture when he battled Lapu-lapu for the glory of Spain. It would then take another 45 years before 300 years of Spanish control on the northern part of the Philippines were to take hold. Carrying of bladed weapons were forbidden. During the Spanish rule, the olisi or stick became the medium of this arts' transformation. Here Guro Johnathan demonstrates a "Sayaw", which translate to dance in English. Today, Filipino Martial Art of this fighting system can be found among among the different Eskrima, Kali, Arnis styles that have developed in the Philippines, as well as from the Doce Pares Schools that have emerged since its founding: Balintawak, Multi-Style, Bandalan, San Miguel, and Cacoy Doce Pares to name a few. Some have retained the bladed aspects of the art intact while others have migrated to the use of sticks of varying degree . Doce Pares teaches the use of stick fighting as well as open hand, while maintaining its bladed heritage, and thus the development and introduction of the witik and other circular type of strikes that is so conducive to using sticks as a weapon. The movements of the stick mimics the open hand techniques and vice-versa, as the stick and hands become one and the stick being an extension of the hand. Students are first taught weapons before empty hand, as the movement of the sticks flow like water. It is then like the flowing of water that becomes the basis of this art, for it is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is what makes it equally deadly as well. Doce Pares compliments other martial arts very well. Our school, Philippine Blackbelt Academy is based on the Doce Pares Multi-style System; Tel. (973) 777-5849. We teach private & semi-privately at an affordable price and at a pace, atmosphere, and style that makes learning this art fast, easy, and effective.
Views: 3994 GuroJoeR
Doce Pares Sayaw Uno - Eskrima Form (Kata) 1
 
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EHAMA (Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts) Ashland, Oregon 5th Dan Renshi Hari-Om RadhaKrishna at the Ashland Karate Academy Eskrima-Kali-Arnis demonstration of "Sayaw Uno". Doce Pares Multi-Style System's Form One
Views: 1385 Hari-Om RadhaKrishna
Doce pares multistyle
 
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Views: 340 DQAAAHo
Doce pares multistyle
 
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http://life-about.livejournal.com
Views: 226 DQAAAHo
Doce Pares Sayaw Porma Siete (dance form 7)
 
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Guro Johnathan Routis who is our Senior Children's Instructor performs a Doce Pares Sayaw 7 stick form. Known as Eskrima, Arnis, or Kali, Doce Pares was formed in 1932 and is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. It comprises of styles from many contributing masters of Philippine martial art. Recorded history of Filipino martial art dates as far back and beyond the time of Ferdinand Magellan. It was when Magellan underestimated the fighting skills of the inhabitants on the island of Mactan. Magellan lost his head at this juncture when he battled Lapu-lapu for the glory of Spain. It would then take another 45 years before 300 years of Spanish control on the northern part of the Philippines were to take hold. Carrying of bladed weapons were forbidden. During the Spanish rule, the olisi or stick became the medium of this arts' transformation. Here Guro Johnathan demonstrates a "Sayaw", which translate to dance in English. Today, Filipino Martial Art of this fighting system can be found among among the different Eskrima, Kali, Arnis styles that have developed in the Philippines, as well as from the Doce Pares Schools that have emerged since its founding: Balintawak, Multi-Style, Bandalan, San Miguel, and Cacoy Doce Pares to name a few. Some have retained the bladed aspects of the art intact while others have migrated to the use of sticks of varying degree . Doce Pares teaches the use of stick fighting as well as open hand, while maintaining its bladed heritage, and thus the development and introduction of the witik and other circular type of strikes that is so conducive to using sticks as a weapon. The movements of the stick mimics the open hand techniques and vice-versa, as the stick and hands become one and the stick being an extension of the hand. Students are first taught weapons before empty hand, as the movement of the sticks flow like water. It is then like the flowing of water that becomes the basis of this art, for it is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is what makes it equally deadly as well. Doce Pares compliments other martial arts very well. Our school, Philippine Blackbelt Academy is based on the Doce Pares Multi-style System; Tel. (973) 777-5849. We are located in Clifton, New Jersey, USA. We teach private & semi-privately at an affordable price and at a pace, atmosphere, and style that makes learning this art fast, easy, and effective.
Views: 1778 GuroJoeR
Doce pares multistyle
 
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Views: 592 DQAAAHo
Doce Pares Sayaw Porma Uno (dance form 1)
 
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Guro Johnathan Routis who is our Senior Children's Instructor performs a Doce Pares Sayaw 1 stick form. Known as Eskrima, Arnis, or Kali, Doce Pares was formed in 1932 and is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. It comprises of styles from many contributing masters of Philippine martial art. Recorded history of Filipino martial art dates as far back and beyond the time of Ferdinand Magellan. It was when Magellan underestimated the fighting skills of the inhabitants on the island of Mactan. Magellan lost his head at this juncture when he battled Lapu-lapu for the glory of Spain. It would then take another 45 years before 300 years of Spanish control on the northern part of the Philippines were to take hold. Carrying of bladed weapons were forbidden. During the Spanish rule, the olisi or stick became the medium of this arts' transformation. Here Guro Johnathan demonstrates a "Sayaw", which translate to dance in English. Today, Filipino Martial Art of this fighting system can be found among among the different Eskrima, Kali, Arnis styles that have developed in the Philippines, as well as from the Doce Pares Schools that have emerged since its founding: Balintawak, Multi-Style, Bandalan, San Miguel, and Cacoy Doce Pares to name a few. Some have retained the bladed aspects of the art intact while others have migrated to the use of sticks of varying degree . Doce Pares teaches the use of stick fighting as well as open hand, while maintaining its bladed heritage, and thus the development and introduction of the witik and other circular type of strikes that is so conducive to using sticks as a weapon. The movements of the stick mimics the open hand techniques and vice-versa, as the stick and hands become one and the stick being an extension of the hand. Students are first taught weapons before empty hand, as the movement of the sticks flow like water. It is then like the flowing of water that becomes the basis of this art, for it is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is what makes it equally deadly as well. Doce Pares compliments other martial arts very well. Our school, Philippine Blackbelt Academy is based on the Doce Pares Multi-style System; Tel. (973) 777-5849. We teach private & semi-privately at an affordable price and at a pace, atmosphere, and style that makes learning this art fast, easy, and effective.
Views: 6469 GuroJoeR
Doce Pares Eskrima Dapitan City Headquarters
 
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Presenting Master Elly Gamboa of Doce Pares Eskrima showing espada y daga or what we call in Cebuano as olisi y baraw, basic pangamot and eskrido techniques. Master Elly headed the Doce Pares Multi Style System in Dapitan City headquarters, Zamboanga del Norte, thru the efforts of Congressman Bullet Jalosjos, who himself is a warrior in his own right. Master Elly Gamboa studied under different instructors of DocePares, foremost among them are Grandmaster Diony Canete and Master Val Pableo.
Views: 2676 9swish
Eskrima Twirling Sets (Amarra 1 - 10)
 
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EHAMA (Eclectic Holistic Asian Martial Arts) Ashland, Oregon 5th Dan Renshi Hari-Om RadhaKrishna at the Ashland Karate Academy Eskrima-Kali-Arnis demonstration of "Amarra", the twirling/striking solo olisi drills of Doce Pares Multi-Style System, including variations & an original Amarra. Amarra 1: Traditional Doce Pares Multi-Style System Amarra 2: EHAMA variation Amarra 3: Traditional Doce Pares Amarra 4: Traditional Doce Pares Amarra 5: Traditional Doce Pares Amarra 6: Traditional Doce Pares Amarra 7: Traditional Doce Pares Amarra 8: EHAMA variation Amarra 9: EHAMA variation Amarra 10: EHAMA original (Right Side Only)
Views: 1463 Hari-Om RadhaKrishna
Doce Pares Multi System: 4th Annual River City Rumble Stickfighting Tournament Trailer 090410
 
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This is an event trailer for our School's 4th Annual River City Rumble that will take place on September 4th(Saturday), 2010 @ Norwood Junior Highschool in Sacramento, CA. Physical Address is: 4601 Norwood Ave Sacramento, CA 95838 This Event is hosted by FMAA (Filipino Martial Arts Academy) of Sacramento,CA. For more info, you can either got to our website address @ www.docepares.net or you can contact: Master Nilo Baron @ 916-803-8157 Master Mike Mckenzie @ 916-835-1268 Guro JoJo Antolin @ docepares.net This Years Tournament Director is Master Steve Del Castillo All Eskrima/Arnis/Kali Schools and Disciplines are welcome to participate in this event. There will be a Forms Division for Kids, Teenage, Women, and Men's Division. SIngle and Double Stick in the following Divisions: Junior Boys & Girls, Men & Womens...and to end the Tournament...the will be a 3 man Team Competition.
Views: 930 ErrolMercado12
Doce Pares South Sac FMAA highlights of Jeremy Scott-Berry Antolin part 1 of 3
 
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This video contains highlights of one of my classmates @ the South Sacramento FMAA (Filipino Martial Arts Academy) Schools. OUr instructors are Master Remigio Berandoy and Guru Michael Rubi McKenzie. Our style is Doce Pares Multi-Style System and our Grand Master is Dionisio Canete. This is a part 1 of a 3 part series. I had to cut the video short since it was 27 mins long and You tube only allows us to put up 10 min. video's at a time.
Views: 357 ErrolMercado12
Doce Pares Eskrima: Sabayan with Stick and Dagger
 
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Grandmaster Dionisio Canete demonstrates Sabayan principles with the Stick and Dagger. This footage is from a 2001 Doce Pares Eskrima Multi-Style System Seminar held at the Philippine Integrated Martial Arts Academy in Jersey City, NJ.
Views: 733 Gary Gabisan
Doce Pares Sayaw Porma Sais (dance form 6)
 
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Guro Johnathan Routis who is our Senior Children's Instructor performs a Doce Pares Sayaw 6 stick form. Known as Eskrima, Arnis, or Kali, Doce Pares was formed in 1932 and is the oldest established martial art in the Philippines. It comprises of styles from many contributing masters of Philippine martial art. Recorded history of Filipino martial art dates as far back and beyond the time of Ferdinand Magellan. It was when Magellan underestimated the fighting skills of the inhabitants on the island of Mactan. Magellan lost his head at this juncture when he battled Lapu-lapu for the glory of Spain. It would then take another 45 years before 300 years of Spanish control on the northern part of the Philippines were to take hold. Carrying of bladed weapons were forbidden. During the Spanish rule, the olisi or stick became the medium of this arts' transformation. Here Guro Johnathan demonstrates a "Sayaw", which translate to dance in English. Today, Filipino Martial Art of this fighting system can be found among among the different Eskrima, Kali, Arnis styles that have developed in the Philippines, as well as from the Doce Pares Schools that have emerged since its founding: Balintawak, Multi-Style, Bandalan, San Miguel, and Cacoy Doce Pares to name a few. Some have retained the bladed aspects of the art intact while others have migrated to the use of sticks of varying degree . Doce Pares teaches the use of stick fighting as well as open hand, while maintaining its bladed heritage, and thus the development and introduction of the witik and other circular type of strikes that is so conducive to using sticks as a weapon. The movements of the stick mimics the open hand techniques and vice-versa, as the stick and hands become one and the stick being an extension of the hand. Students are first taught weapons before empty hand, as the movement of the sticks flow like water. It is then like the flowing of water that becomes the basis of this art, for it is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is what makes it equally deadly as well. Doce Pares compliments other martial arts very well. Our school, Philippine Blackbelt Academy is based on the Doce Pares Multi-style System; Tel. (973) 777-5849. We are located in Clifton, New Jersey, USA. We teach private & semi-privately at an affordable price and at a pace, atmosphere, and style that makes learning this art fast, easy, and effective.
Views: 1452 GuroJoeR