Sikaran

This art, known for its kicks, originated in Baras, Rizal in the Philippines. Its signature move is a reverse spinning roundhouse kick called "biakid" wherein the attacker's heel connects to the back of the opponent's head or neck. The hands are used to block and parry. Special techniques include pangahilos (paralysing blocks, strikes, and kicks) followed by pamatory (potentially fatal blows).

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