Simple, this drill gives you coordination, rhythm and timing attribute that you would not get with other types of training. Coordination found within this 14 count sinawali drill starts with knowing where to put your stick after striking. Notice that the kids in the video was specifically talking about where the stick goes after striking. This is very important to the drill because if you wind up the stick in the wrong location, you will not be able to deliver the correct strike on the next beat. This type of coordination is also found in boxing.
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Simple, this drill gives you coordination, rhythm and timing attribute that you would not get with other types of training. Coordination found within this 14 count sinawali drill starts with knowing where to put your stick after striking.
Notice that the kids in the video was specifically talking about where the stick goes after striking. This is very important to the drill because if you wind up the stick in the wrong location, you will not be able to deliver the correct strike on the next beat. This type of coordination is also found in boxing. You might ask?
Whenever you throw a punch in boxing you need to be setting up your next punch by winding up to the correct place. Rhythm is very important in fighting. Not necessarily regular rhythm but specifically broken rhythm. However, you cannot learn broken rhythm or half beats without first becoming very rhythmic yourself. I hope you see the value of Sinawali training in the martial arts. Sinawali is one of the very first things we teach here at our martial arts academy in Las Vegas. The "Comb Over" Movement This basic drill is meant to be a starting point for more free-flowing and spontaneous techniques.
Once this drill is learned correctly and the student can flow. The more advanced of the two should break out of the pattern and throw an unexpected strike. This will force the receiver or other students to have to react and change their movements mid-way through executing the technique.
Escrima, Kali, Arnis Stick Drills have so many variations! Double Stick Box Pattern Drill The box pattern is a flow drill using a single stick to attack and defend. Almost all styles of Filipino martial arts have a version of this drill.
I really believe that drills and specific pattern drills are very useful for developing skills in students. However, these drills are not meant to be used in a real-life self-defense situation. These drills are not fighting. They are not even sparring. They are very specific ways to develop the skills need for sparring or fighting. Use a galvanized pipe to shadowbox your movements.
The training method of using a heavy weapon will strengthen your wrist and your striking ability. When you put down the heavy stick and pick up the lighter stick you will feel a big difference.
The rattan stick will start to fly and zing when you strike. I know of some demo teams that will use the galvanized pipe to warm up directly before a performance so that when it comes time to actually go out on to the stage they are ready and moving very fast. I remember watching the movie Rocky V and when he was training for the title fight he was boxing with some 20 lbs.
Anyway, using a solid piece of metal is going to be too heavy and will actually slow you down. Remember this is martial arts training, not bodybuilding.
The goal of heavy stick training is to build up speed not strength. I hope this secret training method helps you to improve your Filipino martial arts training. The goal of weapons training for kids is mainly to build up their hand coordination. Children are forced to hold two sticks in their hands and have to strike while alternating both left and right in various patterns, when doing Escrima, Kali, Arnis Stick Drills.
Their hand-eye coordination goes through the roof! If I then have to train the kids in empty hand techniques. Also, the sticks act as 1lbs. Compared to the speed of the sticks, empty-handed punches coming from an opponent looks much slower by comparison.
When he becomes an adult it may be a beer bottle or a kitchen cleaver. But if he has trained with the sticks he will know what to do if he ever gets attacked. Come and try out a class!
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Mokus After the practitioner learns the basic 6 angles, we move on to doing them with the footwork listed below:. Just enter your name and email below:. Far less power is required to do damage with a sword, and whereas a strike on the arm may have no effect with a stick, the same cannot be said with a sword! Most of the above mentioned training centers around drolls drills and practice patterns for repetition in the isolation phase of training.
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