Masterclass Escrima - Modified Pangamut - Escrima Drills & Strategies for Tournament Competition by Master Marc J. Lawrence

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The traditional arts are known as Kali, Eskrima or Arnis, stick, knife and hand to hand fighting was developed over a period of many centuries in the Philippines as her people fought for their independence from foreign invaders. Each skirmish with a new culture added to the Filipino Martial Arts as warriors developed techniques to combat foreign styles. Subsequently, more than 100 different Filipino Martial Arts styles developed, which can be grouped into three complete self-defense systems which utilize sticks, swords, empty hands and other weapons. Our core system is a Mountain Visayan fighting system bought to the USA by our system’s Founder (Pundador) GM Felix Roiles. His Grandfather called it Pakamut also called Pangamut. This referred to having skilled hands in Cebuano, a Visayan dialect. He shared this with Marc Lawrence, his families fighting system. Marc L awrence had his own FMA fighting system that he had learned in his travels. In his travels and fighting other systems he developed the Modified Pangamut System. This is what he teaches and fights with, Marc Lawrence is our Punong Guro (Head Instructor) and he is a National Champion in the Filipino Martial Arts.

Volume-3: Block and Counter, Drills and Disarms, Multiple Return Strikes Competition Drills, Learning to Defend by Zones, Tournament Disarms, Distractions & Disarms, Vining of the Stick, Fighting Mixed Weapon Tournaments, Concepts and Rules of Fighting, Choosing Fighting Greer, Competition Strategy, Point Fighting Strategies, Continuous Competition Strategies, What Wins A Fight, What shots Judges Look For…
 

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I didn't buy the whole series so I can't fairly judge the three sections for a complete rating. However, he does cover the topics well and shows the gear he's used to compete with. The third volume despite the cover does not show him using it as it's mainly a teaching tape. If he updates the tape, he should go ahead and cover an actual tournament event as if he were the competitor to show in practice that what he taught does work. That community, the now non-competing types has always been closed when showing their fighting styles/competition tapes as they as he noted, don't want the competition to see what they're doing, not that others didn't tape him or them anyway. There may be one or two of him competing on the web if they are still up that is. While I respect the sweat equity these people put into their arts and to where it got them today, the humble don't make their rank a selling point..