Knife Fighting Instructional

I’m sharing a Knife Fighting Instructional with you guys featuring my husband (Dennis) and his teacher (Jeric). This basic video teaches you how to defend yourself against knife attacks, whether or not you have a knife with you.

Martial arts is a big part of my husband’s life and I’m all for supporting it! That is why I’m sharing this Knife Fighting Instructional with you. It’s 2-minutes and a pretty cool watch! Come click and view.

Knife Fighting Instructional: Guro Jeric Pantaleon & Dennis Tiu

My husband amazes me more and more with his passion for this art. I think it’s super cool! I’m looking forward to the day Timmy will be old enough to learn his moves. They’re going to make quite a teacher-student pair.

Knife Fighting Instructional and more…

Jeric is a teacher at Combat Kali Manila. Combat Kali Manila is a community in the Philippines that actively promotes the most effective and practical techniques of Filipino Martial Arts (also known as Arnis or Eskrima). Members can learn Filipino kickboxing, stick fighting, knife fighting, dumog (Filipino Submission Wrestling) and practical self-defense (like handling hostage situations, robbery, death threats, sexual harassment, rape, etc.). No forms and shouting — just simple but effective techniques to defend yourself during a street fight. It respects and does not discriminate other styles of combat and wishes to unite the FMA community all over the world.

Combat Kali Manila is located in Quezon City. For group classes, private lessons or seminars, kindly drop them a message at combatkalimanila@gmail.com or check out their sites (Facebook and Youtube).

Comments

  1. Hey Toni,
    I’m getting more and more interesting in this. I remember my high school days in the Karate club when our “master” used to teach us these defense tactics.

    Nice video really ;) and good luck. Please share more of this

  2. Great Video,

    I think it’s always important to know the few simple steps to defend yourself if your ever attacked with a knife. This video is great because it shows you those steps and they are very effective. Thanks for sharing this and keep up the great work!

    -Garret-

  3. knifeslasher says:

    sorry he is not a legit filipino martial art teacher.

  4. I think it’s great that you and your husband are interested in Filipino Martial Arts. Our martial arts are taken for granted by so many Filipinos and we need to do our part in preserving this part of our culture.

    However I think you and your husband need to consider moving to another school or instructor.

    I watched the knife training video you posted and the other videos of your instructor and to be totally honest, your instructor is totally clueless about what he thinks he’s teaching. I’ve seen and have trained with instructors who really know knife training and what they teach and do is 100,000 time better than what your instructor is teaching you.

    In all my years in FMA, I haven’t seen anyone as crappy at FMA as your instructor. His skills are so bad I don’t know where to begin describing why it is so. I’ve seen beginners in other FMA schools that move and perform better than your instructor.

    I’m not exaggerating. Your instructor is the laughing stock of the FMA world, because all the other systems see and know how lousy he is at FMA.

    Please, do yourself a favor. Google the FMA schools and groups in Metro Manila and seek better instruction. I’d hate to see your interest in FMA wasted studying under someone with substandard skills and understand of FMA. I would want to see more Filipinos doing FMA, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for crap, and believe me what you are being taught is utter crap.

    It doesn’t matter what system it is (I’m not saying this because I’m part of or support any particular system or school), just get a better instructor. There are so many on the city that I’m sure that there’s a legitimate school you can join, with an instructor who actually knows what he’s teaching.

    Anyway, use google and step up to better and legitimate FMA training.

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