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UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS
ESPANYA, MANILA
Apalin, Ruth Rendell D.
Balmores, Timothy Matthew
1NUR4
Sir Ona

 Is the system of Filipino martial arts founded by the late
Remy Presas as a self-defense system . His goal was to
crea...

Arnis is a Philippines’ national martial art or sport , After
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed the Reoublict
Act...

Name : Remgio Amador Presas
Born : December 19 , 1936
Hinigaran , Negros Occidental
Died : August 28 , 2001 (brain cance...

One of the characteristics of Filipino martial arts is
the use of weapons from the very beginning of
training and Moder...
 Isa (pronounced as i-sah or e-sah; which literally means "one")
 Dalawa (pronounced dah-la-wah; as literally means "tw...

Many groups use a "zero-degree" black belt rank as
a probationary stage that comes before Isa. The
actual name of the r...

 In addition to rank, titles such as Datu,
Commissioner, Master of Tapi-Tapi, Senior
Master, Punong Guro, etc., have oc...

Kinds of Stances

Ready Stance
• Stand with your feet apart parallel to the
shoulder with both toes pointing forward.
• The knees should b...

 Stand with your feet forming a 45 degrees angle.
 Heels should be close to each other, knees should
be straight, the ...

Forward Stance
• Starting with the ready stance, move one
foot forward until the knee and the toe are
in line to each ot...

Oblique Stance
• Starting with the ready stance, move one foot
forward 45 degrees away from the body until the
knee and ...

Straddle Stance
• Starting with the ready stance, move one foot
about two feet (2’) to the left or the right direction
u...

Side Stance
• Starting with the ready stance, move one foot about two
feet (2’) to the left or right direction.
• Moving...

Back Stance
• Starting with the ready stance, move one foot
backward 45 degrees away from the body.
• The heels of the f...

 The term "Sinawali" refers to the activity of ‘weaving’, and is
applied to the art of Philippine martial art Eskrima w...

Single Sinawali
Swing the
cane to strike
the
opponent’s
temple
Withdraw the
cane
Swing it down to
strike the
opponent...

 Strike opponent’s right temple with right cane
 Withdraw right hand passing the left shoulder to
strike opponent’s kn...

Double Sinawali
• Begin with the right hand
up and the left hand
tucked under the right
shoulder
• Strike the opponent’s...

X Sinawali
• Using the right cane, strike
the opponent’s temple
• Withdraw it and place it
below the left armpit then
st...

 -position the left cane under the right armpit and the right cane
above the right shoulder
 -strike the opponent's te...
 -start with both canes above the right shoulder
 -swing the right cane to strike the knee. Withdraw it and
place it un...

 -start with the right cane over the right shoulder and the
other one under the right armpit
 -swing the right cane di...

Redonda

 Solo Baston is one of the three major fighting system
s of arnis. Under this system evolves various system
of fighting...

 *Outside blocking- performed by bringing the cane
forward support ed vy the left hand at the middle of
the cane
 *Ins...

 Downward outside block- performed by positioning
the cane behind the left ear then swinging it
downward to block the o...

 *right temple strike- forehand strikes to the right
temple

 *left hand strike- backhand strike to the left temple
...

 * left shoulder strike-backhand strike to the left
shoulder
 *thrust to the stomach- straight-on stab/thrust to the
s...

 *left chest attack-underhand stab/thrust to the left
chest
 *left knee attack- backhand strike to the left knee
 *ri...

 right eye attack-overhand stab/thrust to the right eye
 *left eye attack- underhand stab/ thrust to the left eye
 *C...

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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS ESPANYA, MANILA Apalin, Ruth Rendell D. Balmores, Timothy Matthew 1NUR4 Sir Ona
  2. 2.   Is the system of Filipino martial arts founded by the late Remy Presas as a self-defense system . His goal was to create an injury-free training method as well as an effective self-defense system in order to preserve the older Arnis systems . The term Modern Arnis was used by Remy Presas’ younger brother Ernesto Presas to describe his style of Filipino martial arts ; since 1999 Ernesto Presas called his system Kombatan . It is derived principally from the traditional Presas family style of the Bolo(Machete) and the stick-dueling art of Balintawak Eskrima , with influences from other Filipino and Japanese martial arts . Arnis -
  3. 3.  Arnis is a Philippines’ national martial art or sport , After President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed the Reoublict Act. No. 9850 in 2009. The act mandates the Department of Education to include the sport as a Physical Education course . Arnis will be included among the priority sports in Palarong Pambansa(National Games) beginning 2010.
  4. 4.  Name : Remgio Amador Presas Born : December 19 , 1936 Hinigaran , Negros Occidental Died : August 28 , 2001 (brain cancer) Victoria , Canada  Occupation : Teacher and Martial artist Known for : founding Modern Arnis and he is brother of Ernesto Presas
  5. 5.  One of the characteristics of Filipino martial arts is the use of weapons from the very beginning of training and Modern Arnis is no exception. The primary weapon is the rattan stick, called a cane or baston (baton), which varies in size, but is usually about 28 inches (71 cm) in length. Both single and double stick techniques are taught, with an emphasis on the former; unarmed defenses against the stick and against bladed weapons (which the stick is sometimes taken to represent) are a part of the curriculum. TRAINING
  6. 6.  Isa (pronounced as i-sah or e-sah; which literally means "one")  Dalawa (pronounced dah-la-wah; as literally means "two")  Tatlo (pronounced as tat-loh; literally means "three")  Apat (pronounced as Ah-pat; literally means "four")  Lima (pronounced as li-mah;literally means "five")  Anim (pronounced as ah-neem; literally means "six")  Pito (pronounced as pi-toh; literally means "seven")  Walo (pronounced as "wah-loh"; literally means "eight")  Siyam (pronounced as si-yam; literally means "nine")  Sampu (pronounced as sam-po; literally means "ten")  Labing-isa (in some organizations) (pronounced as lah-bing-i- sah; literally means "eleven") Belt Ranks
  7. 7.  Many groups use a "zero-degree" black belt rank as a probationary stage that comes before Isa. The actual name of the ranks is gender-specific. For men the rank is referred to asLakan (Tagalog for male) while for women it is referred to as Dayang (Tagalog for "female").Thus, a first degree black belt in Modern Arnis would be referred to as either aLakan Isa or a Dayang Isa, depending on his or her gender. The "zero-degree" rank, if used, is referred to as simply Lakan or Dayang. The black belt is traditionally bordered with red; however, some groups use a plain black belt
  8. 8.   In addition to rank, titles such as Datu, Commissioner, Master of Tapi-Tapi, Senior Master, Punong Guro, etc., have occasionally been granted to certain high-ranking individuals. The title Guro is typically given to all Lakans and Dayangs.
  9. 9.  Kinds of Stances
  10. 10.  Ready Stance • Stand with your feet apart parallel to the shoulder with both toes pointing forward. • The knees should be straight, the waist and the body facing forward. • Hands are on waist level and the hands should hold the sticks on both sides. • The ready stance is commonly used when standing at ease during training or tournaments.
  11. 11.   Stand with your feet forming a 45 degrees angle.  Heels should be close to each other, knees should be straight, the waist and body facing forward.  Shoulders are dropped to the side and both hands are at waist level.  The Attention Stance is commonly used in preparation for courtesy or “bowing” at commencement of sparring. Attention Stance
  12. 12.  Forward Stance • Starting with the ready stance, move one foot forward until the knee and the toe are in line to each other. • Both toes are pointing in front, the waist and the body is facing forward. • The body should not be too low or the lead foot too extended otherwise it will be hard to maneuver. • Distribute the weight or center of gravity to both legs. • Forward stances can be right foot lead, which is the Right Foot Forward Stance or it can be left foot lead which is Left Foot Forward Stance. • Forward Stance are commonly used with frontal striking or blocking techniques.
  13. 13.  Oblique Stance • Starting with the ready stance, move one foot forward 45 degrees away from the body until the knee and the toe are in line to each other. • Move on the same direction as the lead foot (e.g. for right foot lead, move 45 degrees forward to the right). • Both toes are pointing in front, the waist and the body is facing forward. • The body should not be too low or the lead foot too extended otherwise it will be hard to maneuver. • Distribute the weight or center of gravity to both legs. • Oblique stances can be right foot lead, which is the Right Foot Oblique Stance or it can be left foot lead which is Left Foot Oblique Stance. • Oblique Stances are commonly used for forward blocking and evasion techniques.
  14. 14.  Straddle Stance • Starting with the ready stance, move one foot about two feet (2’) to the left or the right direction until both lower legs are almost perpendicular to the ground. • Both toes are pointing in front, the waist and the body is facing forward. • The body should not be too low or extended otherwise it will be hard to maneuver. • Distribute the weight or center of gravity to both legs. Straddle stance are also called Horseback Riding Stance since it mimics position when riding on a horse back. • Straddle stances are commonly used for blocking the strikes to the side of the body.
  15. 15.  Side Stance • Starting with the ready stance, move one foot about two feet (2’) to the left or right direction. • Moving foot will be perpendicular to the ground while the other leg is extended thereby creating a position like that of a side kick. • Both toes are pointing in front, the waist and the body is facing forward. • The body should not be too low or extended otherwise it will be hard to maneuver. • Distribute the weight or center of gravity to both legs. If the left foot moves to the side it becomes Left Foot Side Stance, if the right foot moves to the side it becomes Right Foot Side Stance. • Side Stances are commonly used for strike deflection and evasion techniques.
  16. 16.  Back Stance • Starting with the ready stance, move one foot backward 45 degrees away from the body. • The heels of the foot should form an imaginary “L” shape while the legs are in a straddle position. • The body should not be too low or extended otherwise it will be hard to maneuver. • Distribute the weight or center of gravity to both legs. • Back stances can be right foot lead, which is the Right Foot Back Stance or it can be left foot lead which is Left Foot Back Stance. • Back stances are used for blocking and backward evasion techniques.
  17. 17.   The term "Sinawali" refers to the activity of ‘weaving’, and is applied to the art of Philippine martial art Eskrima with reference to a set of two-person, two-weapon exercises.  Sinawali exercise provides Eskrima practitioners with basic skills and motions relevant to a mode of two-weapon blocking and response method called Doblete. Sinawalitraining is often introduced to novices in order to develop certain fundamental skills including: body positioning and distance relative to an opponent, rotation of the body and the proper turning radius, recognition of one’s center of gravity, eye-hand coordination, target perception and recognition, increased ambidexterity, recognition and performance of rhythmic structures for upper body movement, and muscular developments important to the art, especially, the wrist and forearm regions. Sinawali
  18. 18.  Single Sinawali Swing the cane to strike the opponent’s temple Withdraw the cane Swing it down to strike the opponent’s knee Withdraw the cane and place it above your shoulder
  19. 19.   Strike opponent’s right temple with right cane  Withdraw right hand passing the left shoulder to strike opponent’s knee  Withdraw right hand and position it above the left shoulder to strike opponent’s temple Advance Single Sinawali
  20. 20.  Double Sinawali • Begin with the right hand up and the left hand tucked under the right shoulder • Strike the opponent’s temple with the right hand • As you retract the right hand to the left shoulder strike the opponent’s knee with the left hand • As you strike a backhand to the opponent’s temple with the right hand, retract the left hand to the left shoulder
  21. 21.  X Sinawali • Using the right cane, strike the opponent’s temple • Withdraw it and place it below the left armpit then strike the opponent’s temple with the left cane • Withdraw it then place it above the right shoulder then strike the opponent’s knee with the right cane • Place the right cane above your right shoulder then hit the opponent’s knee with the left cane then place it above the left shoulder
  22. 22.   -position the left cane under the right armpit and the right cane above the right shoulder  -strike the opponent's temple with the right cane and position it above the left shoulder afterwards.  -strike the left cane downards then position it below the left armpit.  -swing the right cane forward. Withdraw it and place it above the left shoulder then swing the left cane to strike knee  -withdraw the left cane and place it above the left shoulder then swing the right cane to strike temple.  -this can also be done starting with the right cane under the left armpit and using the left cane to strike. Advance Double sinawali
  23. 23.  -start with both canes above the right shoulder  -swing the right cane to strike the knee. Withdraw it and place it under the left armpit.  -swing the left cane to strike the knee. Withdraw the left hand and position it above the left shoulder. At the same time, swing the right cane to strike the knee.  -withdraw the right cane and position it above the left shoulder. At the same time, swing the left cane to strike the knee.  -withdraw the left cane and place it under the right armpit. At the same time, swing the right cane to strike the knee  -withdraw the right hand and position it above right shoulder. At the same time, swing the left cane ti strike the knee. Reverse sinawali
  24. 24.   -start with the right cane over the right shoulder and the other one under the right armpit  -swing the right cane diagonally forward and position it above the left shoulder  -swing the left cane diagonally forward then position it above the left shoulder  -swing the right cane downward then position it below the left armpit  -swing the left cane diagonally forward and position it over the head afterwards  -swing the right cane diagonally forward then position it above the right shoulder. Position the other hand under the right armpit. Redonda
  25. 25.  Redonda
  26. 26.   Solo Baston is one of the three major fighting system s of arnis. Under this system evolves various system of fighting using a long stick weapon. Though the system is called solo baston it is not limited to using only a stuck. History points out that bladed weapon and other daily implements like umbrellas and walking sticks are good weapons. Solo Baston
  27. 27.   *Outside blocking- performed by bringing the cane forward support ed vy the left hand at the middle of the cane  *Inside block- peformed as an outside block, however, on the right side of the body  *Downward inside block- performed by positioning the hand holding tge cane above the right shoulder then swinging the cane downward to block the opponents attack Six Blockings
  28. 28.   Downward outside block- performed by positioning the cane behind the left ear then swinging it downward to block the opponent's blow  *Rising block- performed by raising the cane over the head to block the opponent's blow  * Vertical block- performed by raising the elbow of the hand hikding the cane to shoulder levek while the other habd is supporting it at the middle.
  29. 29.   *right temple strike- forehand strikes to the right temple   *left hand strike- backhand strike to the left temple   *right shoulder strike- forehand strike to the right shoulder  Twelve Strikes
  30. 30.   * left shoulder strike-backhand strike to the left shoulder  *thrust to the stomach- straight-on stab/thrust to the stomach  *right chest attack- overhand stab/thrust to the right chest
  31. 31.   *left chest attack-underhand stab/thrust to the left chest  *left knee attack- backhand strike to the left knee  *right knee attack- forehand strike to the right knee
  32. 32.   right eye attack-overhand stab/thrust to the right eye  *left eye attack- underhand stab/ thrust to the left eye  *Crown Strike- straight down strike to the top of the head
  33. 33.  THE END
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