Arnis is a Filipino martial art. Already at the beginning of training in such a martial art, you will begin to work with weapons, and only then learn the technique of hand-to-hand combat. In both cases, uniform motor principles are used.
Arnis is distinguished by its plasticity and speed, “fluid” manner of conducting combat, attacks of the opponent’s limbs, rapprochement during counterattacks with the enemy, movements along triangular trajectories, as well as weight shifts on the front foot.
Arnis de Mano or Arnis adequately means hand defense, that is, the technique of fighting using one or more Continue reading
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