Modern Arnis Vol. 2- yellow belt - download Video

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Vol. 2. The yellow belt program 2014 - download
Language: English
Runtime (Min.): HD, 94
Producer: ABANICO

In this download video, you will se the yellow belt requirements for the DAV program 2014.
It is the second of a 5 video series.    Find a free trailer below.


The author is GM Datu Dieter Knüttel and blackbelts of the German Arnis Association, DAV.


Content:

Trailer
Introduction

Sinawali
 - Sinawali (from 5th klase) with footwork*             *(straight and open V/A steps)
 - Double up sinawali with footwork *                                
 - Reverse sinawali with footwork *
 - Variations:    1st double stick series against standard sinawali (single, double)           

Defense techniques (used in modern & classical)
 - Defense against diagonal attacks #1 + #2 (forehand and backhand): variations of block #12
 - Block and check the hand of the opponent (standard- & reverse blocks)                      

Modern single stick
Techniques and combinations
 - Counterattacks:        single stab                                     
 - Combination:            strike, stab, and punyo/butt (2-4 counterattacks)          
 - Stick in the other hand:     block - counterattacks
 - 1st disarming series, (attacks with the right and left hand)
         - with a stick
        - with a flexible object (for example a belt)
        - empty hands

Drills
 - Modern 1-1:    - enter the drill from karanza                               
                          - hand changes
                          - disarming techniques                        
 - Tapi-Tapi:    - basics of Tapi Tapi (leader with the right and left hand)                
                      - stop #1 (Leader has the stick in the right hand)  
                      - stop #2 (Leader has the stick in the left hand)
                      - single sinawali (also with hand change)
                      - leader disarms                                        

Classical arnis
Classical styles and techniques
  - Corto:        - banda y banda
                      - rompida
                      - figure 8
 - Double stick:     1st series with application of single sinawali

Karanza
 - Karanza: free flow movement using Arnis footwork including hand changes and:    
              - classical techniques (sword)
             - double stick (only redonda)

Empty hands
 - Defence and follow ups
 - Principle of the 1st double stick series against:
           - stick attack
          - empty hand attack
          - front kick
 - Modern-principle with the left hand
 - Locks (demonstrated with applications)                                  
                  - straight armbar
                  - wristlock

Drill
 - Modern drill back and forth (right and left)
 - Focus mitt, (level 2)                                              
           Free movement then 1 – 3 strike combinations (positions 0-5) initiated or ended by leg techniques
          (positions 6 – 8), as well as elbow strikes (positions 2, 3 &5) and application of the 1st double stick series
           against attacks from the right or left side (attacks #1 or #2)

Application with common objects (transferability)               
 - Demonstrate techniques from this and the previous rank level
         - small object (up to 20 cm, e.g.  a ballpoint pen or a key ring)
        - short object (30-40 cm, a short stick, a rolled newspaper, a bottle or a shoe)

Self-defense
 - Quick releases: 10 techniques against grabbing:     
        - of the stick
        - of the stick hand
        - of the hand

Defence against bear hugs and chokes with the aid of a small object

About the author:
Dieter Knüttel, M.A. in sports science is Modern Arnis chief-instructor for Germany and European Modern Arnis Representative (1996 -2001) of Professor Remy A. Presas.
He received the title of DATU and the rank of Lakan Anim, 6th Dan Modern Arnis from Professor Remy Presas in 1996.
In March 2003 he received his 7th Dan and Seniior Master status in Modern Arnis in Manila/Philippines from the board of the worlds highest ranking Modern Arnis players: Cristion Vasquez, 9th Dan, Rene Tongson, 8th Dan, Rodel Dagooc, 8th Dan, Jerry de La Cruz, 8th Dan, Victor Sanchez, 8th Dan and Samuel Dulay, 7th Dan.

At the 25th of July 2008 he received 8th Dan Modern Arnis and the Grandmaster title from the highest ranking Modern Arnis masters and Grandmaster of the Philippines.

At the 20th of March 2014 he received 9th Dan Modern Arnis from the Modern Arnis Grandmaster of the Philippines.

Dieter Knuettel is involved with the Filipino Martial Arts since 1978 and he has been teaching Modern Arnis seminars since 1983 all over Europe, in Australia, in the USA, in Russia and even in the Philippines.

He is one of the most experienced Modern Arnis Masters worldwide.

On this video the following DAV black belts also demonstrate: Hans Karrer, 7th Dan, Jorgen Gydesen, 7th Dan, Carsten Hemmersbach, 6th Dan, Ingo Hutschenreuter, 5th Dan, Michael Naber, 5th Dan, Markus Kenkmann, 5th Dan, Peter Rutkowski, 4th Dan, Simone Koch, 3rd Dan,  Reiner Palloch, 3rd Dan, Ingo Balzus, 3rd Dan and Jörg Winner, 1st Dan

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