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Conceptual Modern Arnis By Bram Frank
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A seldom seen view of Arnis/Modern Arnis the Filipino fighting art of Professor Remy Pesas as seen by 1st Generation student / Senior Master Instructor Bram Frank. Modern Arnis is seen through the... More > perspective of the family art of the Bolo and knife,(edged tools) rather than a stick. Some history of Modern Arnis in the USA is told.< Less
From Machete Fights to Paradise, The Machete Fighters of the Dominican Republic By Daniel DiMarzio
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When I first heard of sword fights in the Dominican I was very skeptical. I thought maybe I was hearing about a freak occurrence or a story that was blown out of proportion. But, then I heard another... More > story…and another. All of them about machete fights. Not just one person with a machete attacking some unarmed person either, these were stories of two people wielding machetes. Two people dueling with real, live swords. Then, I actually went there and met people who had been in machete fights and had the scars to prove it. Sword fights do happen in the modern world. They happen in the Caribbean…in Latin America…specifically in a place called the Dominican Republic. This isn’t the same Dominican Republic that tourists often see. These fights happen in the neighborhoods and countryside rarely ever seen by the non-local. The following are accounts of modern-day sword fights, fights involving the Machete Fighters of the Dominican Republic.< Less
Conceptual Modern Arnis By Bram Frank
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A seldom seen view of Arnis/Modern Arnis the Filipino fighting art of Professor Remy Pesas as seen by 1st Generation student / Senior Master Instructor, Grandmaster of Arnis: Bram Frank. Modern Arnis... More > is seen through the perspective of the family art of the Bolo and knife,(edged tools) rather than a stick. The art of the blade as hidden in Modern Arnis based on the family style of Bolo is shown. The Presas family was known for teaching bolo to the brigades during WWII. Bram was named by the last of the Presas family GM Roberto Presas and The Worldwide Family of Modern Arnis and Filipino Martial Arts Council as the Guardian of the Legacy of Presas bolo. Bram's innovations and translations are shown: the same as he teaches at the FMA festivals in the Philippines.Some history of Modern Arnis in the USA is told.< Less