Dog Brothers: Krabi Krabong DVD

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Featuring Ajarn Arlan "Salty Dog" Sanford -- assisted by Mike "Dogzilla" Tibbitts

One of the things we say about Dog Brothers Martial Arts is that it is "a system of many styles". Our idea is that while there is no one answer to all questions, we want there to be an coherent inner logic to the different elements in our curriculum-- in short a SYSTEM.

One of the core elements of our system is Krabi Krabong. Muay Thai kickboxing is a ring sport offshoot of the Thai military weaponry system of KK. Based upon sword, double sword, staff, spear, mai sowks and other weapons, KK is aggressive, primal and power crazed-- just the thing for DBMA! But there is more to it than that-- it fits in with the inner logic of DBMA.

Dog Brothers co-founder Arlan "Salty Dog" Sanford has trained extensively in Thailand at the world renowned Buddaiswan Institute and is a certified "Ajarn" (similar to the Filipino term of "Guro") in KK. Ajarn Salty has thoroughly tested his KK skills in literally hundreds of Dog Brothers fights and produced quality fighters with this material which has influenced us all.

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Anonymous
seeing Krabi Krabong use and perform is a treat

Although the focus is on swinging the stick and doing a Thai roundhouse (which is something that seems like common sense, especially from folks who studied JKD) Salty Dog exhibits many nuances of Krabi Krabong. There aren't many resouces which show this unique art, so seeing him use and perform it, and a treat.

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KYLE LEWANDOWSKI
Some good info on here but not the best offering from the Dog Brothers.

Some good info on here but not the best offering from the Dog Brothers.