Thanks for clearing that up. Yeah I've noticed an extra gear come into play
I'd assume so...but I wasn't there to experience it, so just an assumption based on video footage. In one clip Tatang shows pluma at corto, nose...
Out of interest, did Tatang ever alter his approach to presenting his art depending where he was? i.e. a public demo, luneta or tondo
Hmm good point
De Cadena/ Bagsak and Clasico :)
"The other guy should be disarmed before he realizes it."
Thanks for the info Pat. For me this is what stands FMA apart from many others arts.
Thanks for the info GM Palumbo. A bit off-topic, but do you know whether SGM Cacoy was involved in the resistance during WWII?
The opinions of the the uninformed, are just that.
Nps, but the thanks go to GM Regino's Grandson, who kindly converted it from the original 8mm :)
Dan Inosanto's Ilustrisimo techniques came from GM Regino - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3Krh9oZZGIQ - enjoy!
Nice quote Mike. Is BZ Mang'taas baraw no more ?
Your best bet for info on the second part of your question would be Tinni Macachor
Thanks for sharing :)
I live in the UK, most I've paid is 20 least I've paid is 10 an hour.
There's plenty that don't charge any where near that, so not sure who the "they" is. Who are you talking about? and have you had a lesson with...
"Find a post of mine mocking sonny umpad. I dare you."
Seeing as I'm meant to be leaving those things in other forums, I'll leave it up to those...
But before you were mocking his footwork?
she twists and turns depending on the direction of the wind.
"Among the lumads, we call it taraw-- bait and attack."
To quote someone else, and something you've read before - "I know an enganyo when I see one"
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