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by Dan Inosanto,Gilbert L. Johnson,George Foon

eBook The Filipino Martial Arts as Taught by Dan Inosanto ePub
Author: Dan Inosanto,Gilbert L. Johnson,George Foon
Language: English
ISBN: 0938676016
ISBN13: 978-0938676010
Publisher: Know Now Publishing Company; 1st edition (1980)
Pages: 175
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Rating: 4.6
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Combat is as old as man himself. In the Philippines it developed to a degree of effectiveness unsurpassed anywhere in the world. The Filipino martial arts is an expression of man's indomitable will to survive adversity in the most direct and self-reliant manner possible. Here now is that book. Documentation of these arts have been supplemented with interviews with some of the last surviving Masters.

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Here now is that book.

The Filipino martial arts is an expression of man's indomitable will to survive adversity in the most direct and self-reliant manner possible.

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Dan Inosanto teaches The Art and Philosophy of Jeet Kune Do, Filipino Martial Arts, Shoot wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Silat, mixed martial arts and other arts at his Marina del Rey, California school, the Inosanto Academy of Martial Arts

Dan Inosanto teaches The Art and Philosophy of Jeet Kune Do, Filipino Martial Arts, Shoot wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Silat, mixed martial arts and other arts at his Marina del Rey, California school, the Inosanto Academy of Martial Arts.

Daniel Arca "Dan" Inosanto (born July 24, 1936) is a Filipino-American martial arts instructor who is best known as a training partner of Bruce Lee. Inosanto is an authority on Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts including Eskrima and P. . Inosanto is an authority on Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Martial Arts including Eskrima and Pencak Silat. Dan Inosanto began training in martial arts at the age of 11 receiving instruction from his uncle who first taught him traditional Okinawan Karate and later also Judo and Jujutsu

The Filipino martial arts is an expression of man's indomitable will to survive adversity in the most direct and self-reliant manner possible

The Filipino martial arts is an expression of man's indomitable will to survive adversity in the most direct and self-reliant manner possible. Their daring exploits serve to illustrate the most deadly fighting systems that the world has known.

The Filipino Martial Arts as Taught by Dan Inosanto. However, Dan Inosanto appears to believe in diminishing returns and a resisting opponent, so I won't be adding his videos to my out box (the trash can) with other videos that fail to address the above. Dan Inosanto's demonstration partner moves with fluid attacks of his own and Dan Inosanto's combinations are usually brief.

By:Dan Inosanto, George Foon, Gilbert L. Johnson. Combat is as old as man himself.

Combat is as old as man himself. In the Philippines it developed to a degree of effectiveness unsurpassed anywhere in the world. The Filipino martial arts is an expression of man's indomitable will to survive adversity in the most direct and self-reliant manner possible. There has been an obvious need for a book that coordinates and puts into perspective the roots and principals of a fighting art--a book that explains the relationships between weapons and empty hands, philosophy and history, asseses strengths and weaknesses, and finally a book that liberates the mind from the classical way of thinking. Here now is that book. Compilation of THE FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS has been a monumental task for the authors, representing over 1900 years of historical research, travel, observation and personal participation. Documentation of these arts have been supplemented with interviews with some of the last surviving Masters. Their daring exploits serve to illustrate the most deadly fighting systems that the world has known. This volume is illustrated with over 750 photographs and drawings and written by one of the most respected martial artists in the world.
Kalrajas
A piece of history in your hands. Is a must have, specially if you train or have trained under Guro Dan Inosanto. The book was published before I was born, so Amazon has given me the chance to get it at a reasonable price. Highly recommend.
Gagas
This is a great book, wish I bought this years ago!!
Gardall
This book is excellent, in terms of diagrams, it has a good brief history of the Filipino Martial Arts, and the lives of some of the masters of the art who actually taught Dan Inosanto. The sections are broken down for the novice clearly. It is an old book, one out of print- if anybody is really interested in Filipino Martial arts, this book is a must. But the problem is how many are still available.
Kadar
If you have read Bruce Lee's "Tao of Jeet Kune Do" and respect his philosophy, you will love this book from his foremost student, GM Dan Inosanto.

Though there are many with higher credentials than myself, my sons and I have trained in Bandalan Doce Pares Eskrima under Master Antonio Lucero for over five years,so my experience of reading this book was perhaps very different from that of someone untrained in Eskrima/Kali/Arnis. Our grandmaster goes back with GM Inosanto, so perhaps it is not so suprising that I loved this book. It has much in the way of philosophy, history, and the structure of armed and unarmed techniques in this book that is invaluable. The stories of true Grandmasters, warrior legends, and veterans of dozens of fights to the death like Angel Cabales, Regino Ellustrisimo,Leo Giron, John Lacoste, and Floro Villabrille are amazing, as it is the tried and proven combat reality of FMA that makes it a unique and beautiful art.

There are many parts of the book that I enjoyed, but I found these passages under the heading of "Weapon Characteristics" to be a very important summation of why Kali/Eskrima/Arnis is such an important and deadly martial art.

"Escrimadors claim the ability to pick up any hand-wielded weapon, regarless of its shape, and use it effectively. To someone unfamiliar with Escrima principles, that sounds presumptuous, but consider the pattern of angles [covered earlier in the book and similar in all Escrima styles] again. There's only so many ways to hit an opponent.

If you're already familiar with one or more weapons, all the better. Swing the weapon, jab the weapon, hit anything with the weapon and see if you don't use some form of that pattern. The angles....of Escrima and Kali are 'principles. They have nothing to do with styles or faction.'

Instead of thinking of a weapon as belonging to the Chinese or the Japanese or the Filipinos or any particular martial art, instead of thinking of a weapon by its exotic name, look at the weapon, look at the weapon. The performance of a weapon is affected by its characteristics, not by its origin or its name." (128)

There are also many photographs and captions illustrating the efficacy of empty hand Eskrima/Kali and the way in which there is a unity between weapons-based and empty hand combat styles. The ideas on solo training and environmental training are very good as well (fighting in a doorway to defend your home, from behind a wall, etc.).

"Once you have learned the basics from any instructor, you must seek elsewhere. This elsewhere is 'within yourself.' Truth is in being yourself, 'totally' and 'alively'." Dan Inosanto The Filipino Martial Arts
Whatever
I already had Black Belts in Modern Arnis and Taekwondo, and I was still training in Jujitsu, Silat and Muay Thai for several years when I went to Stockton, California (Some people say Sticktown, Kalifornia.)the Mecca of FMA in the United States,to train in Serrada Escrima from Grandmaster Vincent Angel Cabales Sr. I had started FMA in the 70's, then in 1992 I attended the FMA tournament at University of Pacific, in Sticktown. I noticed Master Vincent Angel Cabales Jr. getting cheated out of points, and I didn't know if the cheating was intentional or accidental as some strikes are so fast that they could easily be missed by judges, but it was obvious to me that whoever trained him did an excellent job. Most of the strikes were direct solid hits. Other people were furious that he was getting cheated so bad, one woman asked if the judges were watching the same fight or if they were blind. She was so mad she was spitting. After the fight was over I asked the fighter who it was that trained him so well, and he introduced me to his Dad, Grandmaster Vincent Angel Cabales Sr. I'm glad I made the right choice to learn Serrada. Many of the Masters in Danny Inosanto's book attended that tournament. This book is what led me originally to the Filipino Martial Arts and should be back in print.
Train hard and have fun!
Guro Dennis Servaes
Kekinos
As most martial artists know, Dan Inosanto was Bruce Lee's top student. However, Master Inosanto had been a seasoned martial artist with a background in various Filipino martial arts before meeting Bruce Lee. This excellent book covers the basic history of the Filipino Martial Arts, the use of the arnis sticks and knives. The combinations taught in this text are effective and practical.

As a lifetime student of the martial arts, including the Filipino stick and knife arts, I found this book an excellent reference source when combined with actual hands-on training under an instructor.

Rating: 5 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Use of the Monadnock Straight Baton).
GoodBuyMyFriends
Dan Inosanto has been one of the best teachers and proponents of the martial arts.His resume need not be repeated.In this book he explains and teaches the fighting system of his homeland.Unless a system realistically addresses weapons, sadly few do, it cannot call itself a complete martial art.For non ballistic( firearms) weapons, Kali has stood the test of time.Amongst my most prized books is a signed copy I received from Dan Inosanto attained at a seminar.His teaching ability is legendary and at your fingertips with this book or anything he does.
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