- single-stick disarm
- basic sinawali
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Filipino Martial Arts Master Julius Melegrito on Sinawali “Sinawali, also known as two-stick drills, are very very important because they are a bunch of striking patterns,” Julius Melegrito says. “These are really fun to do, especially when you do [them] with a partner.” Julius Melegrito then proceeds to describe the open strikes of basic sinawali, using his fighting sticks to gesture:
- Strike 1: to left shoulder of the the opponent
- Strike 2: to right shoulder of the opponent
- Strike 3: to left knee of the opponent
- Strike 4: to right knee of the opponent
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Filipino Martial Arts Master Julius Melegrito on Redonda In this third video, Melegrito demonstrates the redonda twirling drill for two Filipino fighting sticks! Watch as the Filipino martial arts master wields two Filipino fighting sticks so they look like helicopter rotor blades. Meanwhile, a training partner holds his own Filipino fighting sticks as contact guides.
How to Execute the “Redonda” Training Drill for Two Fighting Sticks
More About Julius Melegrito: Please visit PMAA.info for more information about Julius Melegrito's schools and organizations. Philippine Fighting Arts, a three-DVD collection covering stick-combat and knife-fighting techniques from his curriculum, is also available in our online store.