11th DAV summercamp - review

Discussion in 'Modern Arnis' started by Datu Dieter, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. Datu Dieter

    Datu Dieter Junior Member

    Hello everybody,

    just a quick review on the 11th biannually DAV summer camp, that was held from the 27th of July to the 1st of August in Karlsruhe this year.

    We were 175 practitioners coming from 10 countries. The participants from Russia, the USA and Hong Kong traveled to Germany especially for this camp.
    Other attending countries were: Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, France, Denmark, Poland and the majority came of course from Germany.

    We were 12 instructors there were 25 training sessions of 90 minutes in those 6 days. We taught 166 different classes with different topics for every session, because we had 6 to 7 instructors, who taught at the same time, to have rather small groups.
    Here you can download an .xls file, where you can see the class schedule with all the tropics of the camp:

    http://www.abanico.de/DAV-camp-2009-class-schedule.xls


    All the instructors taught on an extremely high level.
    Even though you might not know the names, here is the list of the instructors together with their Arnis rank and years in Arnis and the city where they come from:

    GM Datu Dieter Knüttel, 8th Dan, 31 years, Dortmund
    Master Hans Karrer, 6th Dan, 30 years, Ulm
    Master Jorgen Gydesen, 6th Dan, 26 years, Ulm
    Carsten Hemmersbach, 5th Dan, 23 years, Cologne
    Peter Rutkowski, 4th Dan, 24 years, Essen
    Sven Barchfeld, 4th Dan, 21 years, Dresden, DAV president,
    Sunny Graff, 4th Dan, 24 years, Frankfurt
    Ingo Hutschenreuter, 4th Dan, 24 years, Stuttgart
    Benedikt Eska, 4th Dan, 20 years, Munich, DAV secretary
    Bernd Vieth, 4th Dan, 24 years, Frankfurt
    Philipp Wolf, 3rd Dan, 12 years, Kiel, DAV Vice president
    Alexander Pisarkin, 2nd Dan, 6 years, Ekatarinburg, Russia[FONT=&quot]

    [/FONT]The mood was extremely good as well as the weather, so that we could train outside o the grass under the trees all week long.
    Everybody (from 14 to 73 years of age) had a great time and lots of fun.

    The participants were very cooperative and helpful to all who needed help, for example during the preparation for a examination.
    Also the leisure time together in the evenings was very nice with lots of talks, jokes, dancing and also some beer.

    We hat 20 black belt examinations and the examinees showed good to excellent levels. There were

    9 to Lakan/Dayang Isa, 1st Dan
    6 to Lakan Dalawa, 2nd Dan
    1 to Lakan Tatlo, 3rd Dan
    4 to Lakan/Dayang Apat, 4th Dan

    Also, there was a professional video team filming part of the event ans special footage for a Modern Arnis DAV Image-Clip.
    We are also very curious to see the final clip.

    All together it was a great camp and we will be back in 2 years at the same location.

    I will post some pictures, once I have some.

    Maybe we will get some of the participants to write about their impressions as well.

    Regards



    Datu Dieter Knüttel
    GM of the DAV[FONT=&quot]
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  2. Brian R. VanCise

    Brian R. VanCise Senior Member Supporting Member

    Cool Dieter! Thanks for the review! [​IMG]
     
  3. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Thanks! Sounds great!
     
  4. Mono

    Mono Member

  5. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Thanks!
     
  6. Datu Dieter

    Datu Dieter Junior Member

    Hi everybody,

    I just thought, for not everybody wanted or had a look at the .xls file, I should list the lessons and topics of the lessons, so that you could get an impression about the material that was covered on our camp.

    First once more the instructors with the abbreviation, that you find in front of each class, so that you know who taught what.

    DK - GM Datu Dieter Knüttel, 8th Dan, 31 years, Dortmund
    HK - Master Hans Karrer, 6th Dan, 30 years, Ulm
    JG - Master Jorgen Gydesen, 6th Dan, 26 years, Ulm
    CH - Carsten Hemmersbach, 5th Dan, 23 years, Cologne
    PR - Peter Rutkowski, 4th Dan, 24 years, Essen
    SB - Sven Barchfeld, 4th Dan, 21 years, Dresden, DAV president,
    SG - Sunny Graff, 4th Dan, 24 years, Frankfurt
    IH - Ingo Hutschenreuter, 4th Dan, 24 years, Stuttgart
    BE- Benedikt Eska, 4th Dan, 20 years, Munich, DAV secretary
    PW- Philipp Wolf, 3rd Dan, 12 years, Kiel, DAV Vice president
    AP - Alexander Pisarkin, 2nd Dan, 6 years, Ekatarinburg, Russia[FONT=&quot]
    [/FONT]BV - Bernd Vieth, 4th Dan, 24 years, Frankfurt

    And here the lessons:

    LESSON 1


    DK
    Welcome Training


    LESSON 2


    DK
    Black belt-preparation 1

    HK


    Single sinawali, 12 att..+ blocks, etc.

    JG
    Single sinawali, counter sinaw., variations

    CH
    Counter techniques 1

    PR
    Tapi Tapi special

    BV
    Abanico entries and sensitivity drills

    IH
    Mental training (examination preparation)


    LESSON 3

    DK
    Black belt-preparation 2

    HK
    Rompida, Banda y Banda, Figure 8

    JG
    Strike combinations., Tapi-Tapi sinawali r. / l.

    CH
    Grading preparation 2nd and 1st Klase

    SB
    Grading preparation 5th and 3rd Klase

    PR
    Bo, long staff 1 (torch fire)

    PW
    Figure 8 - counter and recounter, part 1


    LESSON 4

    IH
    64 Double sinawalis

    SG
    Espada y Daga


    Other topics by licensed DVD instuctors

    Examinations: 1st Dan to 5th Dan
    Examinations: 5th Klase to 1st Klase


    LESSON 5

    IH
    5-7 strike counterattacks

    SG
    Sinawali variations

    Other topics by licensed DVD instuctors

    Examinations: 1st Dan to 5th Dan
    Examinations: 5th Klase to 1st Klase


    LESSON 6

    Start 14:00 Certificate ceremony, of the examination, then

    DK
    Doublestick drills 1 (1-2 + 1-4)

    HK
    Karanza (double stick, Espada y Daga)

    JG
    Kicks and strikes with defense

    CH
    1-1, sparring exercises and Drills

    PR
    Transport and securing with and without tools

    PW
    Double sinawali, butt, Tapi stop of No. 1 Stopper

    SB
    Sinawali against two partner


    LESSON 7


    DK
    Selfdefense in the car

    HK
    Doublestick 4th series

    JG
    Dagger to dagger drill

    PR
    Arnis with Disco-feaver

    PW
    Tapi Tapi & Balintawak - compar. & concepts1

    SB
    Reverse sinawali, stick other hand, 1-1


    Lesson 8


    DK
    Buttcomb., 1st Disarmingseries with stick

    HK
    Abanico largo, corto

    JG
    Releasing, / quick release

    CH
    close distance tactics

    SG
    Knife to knife

    PW
    Abanico freestyle

    AP
    FCS choke template


    LESSON 9


    DK
    SV at the wall

    HK
    1st disarming series with a tool, classic corto

    JG
    Sticktrapping and follow ups

    PR
    empty hand drills

    PW
    Takedown-, securing and ground techniques

    AP
    Pangamut

    SB
    Knife drills in combination


    LESSON 10

    DK
    Stick-takedowns in close distance

    HK
    Palis Palis

    JG
    1st disarming ser. empty hand + fexible tool

    CH
    Effective kicking and boxing

    SG
    Reactive knife

    PW
    Tapi Tapi & Balintawak - compar. & concepts 2

    BE
    Workshop Tapi-Tapi inside butts


    LESSON 11

    DK
    Modern principle, Modern drill

    HK
    Cinco teros

    JG
    advanced sticklocks and squeezes

    CH
    Tapi Tapi details

    SG
    Single stick drill (Modern)

    BE
    Arnis Cruzada - twirling

    PW
    Selfdefense with a keyring


    LESSON 12


    DK
    Selfdefense at a table

    HK
    Espada y Daga

    JG
    Tapi Tapi combining different areas

    CH
    Knife - empty hand combinations

    PR
    Drills single stick

    IH
    Boxing, front kick, releasing techniques


    LESSON 13


    DK
    Doublestick-drills 2 (2-4)

    HK
    Abanico freestyle

    JG
    "25" sticklocks and squeezes, simple

    CH
    Stab combinatins, twirling, bear hug and chokes

    PR
    Tapi Tapi part 1

    SB
    Disarming series depending on the program

    PW
    Throwing techniques with and without stick


    LESSON 14


    DK
    Tapi Tapi black belt program

    HK
    Classical 1-1

    JG
    Flow drill and armbar/trapping

    PR
    Tapi Tapi part 2

    CH
    Stike combinations and 7th disarming series

    SG
    Single stick drill (classical)

    IH
    Whipstr. sin., 1st double st. ser. stick + empty hd.


    LESSON 15

    DK
    Training for the instriuctors of the sumemrcamp
    and all from 3rd Dan

    Rest:Leisure time or free lessons​
    through licensed DAV instructors


    Lesson 16

    DK
    Training for the instriuctors of the sumemrcamp
    and all from 3rd Dan


    Rest:
    Leisure time or free lessons​
    through licensed DAV instructors


    LESSON 17

    DK
    Tapi Tapi basic and intermediate level

    HK
    Classical 1-1

    JG
    Empty hand defense against a stick

    CH
    Diagonal attack, 1st disarm ser.other hand, ellbow

    PW
    Figure 8 - counter and recounter, part 2

    SB
    "DAV internal" - exchange/questions/etc…


    LESSON 18


    DK
    Offensive Tapi Tapi

    HK
    Karanza (classical)

    JG
    Conter techniques against strike/Butt/stab

    CH
    Empty hand techniques

    SB
    Sinawali variationen

    IH
    Complex doublestick-twirling combinations

    PW
    Application of twirling techniques


    LESSON 19

    DK
    Knife tapping 1

    HK
    Karanza (Modern)

    JG
    Def. empty hd - stick: disarm/lock/throw/pinn

    CH
    Counter techniques 2

    PR
    Modern - Classical

    IH
    Tapi Tapi stocktrapping of Prof. Presas

    PW
    Repeat: Tapi Tapi, lowkick, sipat, knee


    LESSON 20


    DK
    Knife tapping 2

    HK
    Dulo Dulo with a stick

    JG
    counter techiques to empty hand locks

    CH
    Tapi Tapi, dominant leading

    SG
    How to live and train without pain

    BE
    Repeat: 5th Klase

    AP
    Pangamut


    LESSON 21


    DK
    Doublestick Tapi

    HK
    empty hand - Stick (Stick winns)

    JG
    Counters to all disarming series

    PR
    Tapi Tapi part 3

    SB
    Repeat: 4th Klase

    IH
    Modern arena: "Experience Spartakus"

    CH
    Disarming , lock, throw


    LESSON 22

    DK
    Counters to disarming techniques

    HK
    Tapi Tapi

    JG
    Modern Drill with locks and trapping

    PR
    Bo, long staff 2 (torch fire)

    SB
    Examinations preparation 5th to 1st Klase

    PW
    Correct behavior when injuries happen


    LESSON 23


    DK
    Knife disarms drills and more

    HK
    Empty hand - stick (empty hand gewinnt)

    JG
    Tapi Tapi variations inside butts, left hand

    PR
    Sibutt

    PW
    Abanico drills / sumbrada

    SG
    double stick

    SB
    Examination 5th to 1st Klase


    LESSON 24

    DK
    Dulo-Dulo / Impact Kerambit

    HK
    Double stick 1st, 2nd and 3rd series

    JG
    Butt 1-1 with dirarm and lock

    CH
    Tapi Tapi, special variations

    SG
    Locks, single + double stick, Espada y Daga

    IH
    Timing, precision and variations with 2 sticks

    PW
    Rompida - classic/modern/empty hd drill/Appl.


    LESSON 25

    DK
    Empty hand locks part 1

    HK
    Children training in the DAV (talk & exchange)

    JG
    Reactive knife with disarmings and locks

    PR
    Disarming with tied (cuffed) hands

    IH
    Tapi Tapi cocktails

    BE
    Reversegrip techniques

    AP
    Knife


    LESSON 26

    DK
    Empty hand locks part 2

    HK
    Evaluation of effort (talk &exchange)

    JG
    Sticklocks and squeezes: chain concept

    CH
    Double stick drills and applications

    SG
    Single stick entries w. Abanico and variations

    PW
    Concepts of filipino Kick-boxing

    BE
    Six count with stick and knife


    LESSON 27


    DK
    Final training with the presentation of the certificates



    I hope this is interesting for you.

    Greetings

    Dieter
     
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2009
  7. Datu Dieter

    Datu Dieter Junior Member

    11th DAV summercamp, group pictures

    Hi,

    here is a group picture from the camp. About 30 are missing, because we had some day participants, who were not there this day and some were late for the picture.

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    And one of the instructors

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    From left to right, top row:

    Peter Rutkowski, 4th Dan
    Alexander Pisarkin, 2nd Dan[FONT=&quot]
    [/FONT] Ingo Hutschenreuter, 4th Dan
    Philipp Wolf, 3rd Dan, DAV Vice president

    bottom row:

    Carsten Hemmersbach, 5th Dan
    Sunny Graff, 4th Dan
    GM Datu Dieter Knüttel, 8th Dan
    Sven Barchfeld, 4th Dan, DAV president
    Benedikt Eska, 4th Dan, DAV secretary
    Master Hans Karrer, 6th Dan
    Master Jorgen Gydesen, 6th Dan[FONT=&quot]

    [/FONT]missing on this picture:
    Bernd Vieth, 4th Dan


    Greetings


    Dieter
     
  8. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Wow, impressive turnout! The Professor would have loved to have seen that picture with all those attendees.
     

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