Lameco Oversea?

Discussion in 'Lameco' started by Rudy Franco, Dec 4, 2006.

  1. Rudy Franco

    Rudy Franco New Member

    Guro Agabulos is their anyone teaching Lameco outside the US?
    Just curious?


  2. Twist

    Twist Junior Member

    I hope its ok that I answer, too ;)

    There is Guro Dave Gould in Sweden and Udo Müller and Patrick Schlichting in Germany.
  3. Roger Agbulos

    Roger Agbulos New Member

    Is that it? Hmmm, anybody else out there? My Lameco brother Dave (SOG) is actually base in California. He actively conducts seminars all over Europe.

    Hi Twist! Thanks again for the LAMECO link at You may have to do it again fo me if that's alright with you ;) .
  4. Twist

    Twist Junior Member

  5. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Cool! But what we need is a link to a list of instructors of the art. Is there a central site for Lameco?
  6. JohnJ

    JohnJ Senior Member

  7. chfroehlich

    chfroehlich Junior Member

    Not Udo Mueller, Wolfgang Mueller!! Wolfgang!!

    Don't mix these two!! Not related in any kind!!

    Udo Mueller is doing Inosanto Kali, Wolfgang Mueller Lameco Eskrima.

    BTW: Guro Agbulos, haven't heard from your for a while. What happened?? Mailed you several times and got no reply.

    Greetings from Germany

    Student of Wolfgang Mueller, Lameco Arnis Club Frankfurt/Germany
  8. Roger Agbulos

    Roger Agbulos New Member

    Hello Chirstif, how are you kapatid?
    I'm sure I have several emails from you that I have missed, for this I apologize. My private email somehow got tangled in somebody's joke list somewhere, it eventually got in the spam list circulation bigtime, GRRRR! I got tired of the viagra offers and p***** enlargement stuffs... (don't really need it ;) ) I dropped the account.

    Anyway, please get in touch with me through:

    Hope all is well with you and your family.

    Warm regards,

  9. Pat OMalley

    Pat OMalley Brit with a stick

    You may be interested to know that PG Jun Pueblos (long time sparring partner of PG Edgar) is living in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. He is now comming out and teaching again.

    It was also a shame to find out that some JKD Kali guys in Glasgow (who say thier style is influenced by Lameco) ingnored him when he went to visit them.

    But hey, at least he is going to teach publically again (after some coxing by myself and Master Ray Galang).

    Best regards

  10. oosh

    oosh Junior Member

    "It was also a shame to find out that some JKD Kali guys in Glasgow (who say thier style is influenced by Lameco) ingnored him when he went to visit them."

    That's pretty rude, and a big loss for them on their part...I mean how often do you get someone of that skill level popping in to say hello ? doesn't happen very about burning bridges ;)
  11. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Most JKD groups with which I'm familiar say their FMA stuff comes pretty directly from Dan Inosanto. It's great to see that some are continuing to explore this aspect of their art!
  12. JohnJ

    JohnJ Senior Member

    That was the case till Lameco became a prominent focus within the JKD curriculum. Many of Dan's long time students including contemporaries quickly pursued Lameco as the core teachings for their Eskrima/Arnis programs. i.e. Larry Harstell
  13. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Ah, I see! That's great that they're expanding out. Many JKD groups are still doing fairly rudimentary FMA (and often that's all they want).
  14. gagimilo

    gagimilo Member

    First of all hello to everybody!
    I'd like to say here that Guro Agbulos has been so kind to help FMA spreading by organizing a sort of a long distance program for a group of people here in Serbia. We're just a small group at the moment, but hopefully it will grow bot in numbers and in quality, primarilly thanking to Guro Roger.
  15. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    That's great! How many other FMA groups are there operating in Serbia?
  16. gagimilo

    gagimilo Member

    To my knowledge, there are just onother two groups, basically ding some eclectic stuff, including some elements of eskrima, bot I believe we're the only ones focusing exclusively on FMA.
  17. phurba

    phurba New Member


    10 years ago, I met this guy from Australia who told me his teacher was Guro Lim (authorised 5 degree by PG Sulite) teaching in Adelaide, South Australia. Master Lim was in Manila the last I heard of him.

    From seaching the internet - John Chow is another teacher (authorised 4 degree by PG Sulite) in Melbourne, Australia. He seems to lean more towards Kali Ilustrisimo. No idea whether both are still teaching Lameco.

    Peace in the Buddha,
    Lama Dorje
  18. still lurking

    still lurking New Member

    I wonder where Jun is in the heirchy of LAmeco compared to those in the US. IMO Jun should even be ranked higher than Topher when it comes to Lameco but knowing Jun , he doesn't want any of the alcolades or titles .

    There's also Mang Lito in the Phils. and another one who was the gold medal champion from lameco (who's name escapes me) before retiring to raise his new family back in 94 (?) but practices out of his backyard.

    Pat, you have a gem in your midst. Jun Pueblos embodies what a true Martial artist should be. For those that know him, his skill compares only to his humilty. A GM in his own right. Without him , there would've never been a PG Edgar Sulite and vice-versa.
  19. Guro Dave Gould


    Concerning all of us that trained directly with PG Sulite be it privately, via seminar or part of his "backyard group" we all respect and think highly of Guro Jun Pueblos.

    You are in that anyone who has access to this great protege of PG Sulite should consider themselves extremely fortunate and take every opportunity made available to them to train with him in Lameco Eskrima.

    I myself have never had the opportunity to meet with him but I hope that one day we will be able to meet and share with one another. As for Guro Jun Pueblos` position in the Lameco Eskrima roster he is second only to Master Christopher Ricketts. Both are icons and well springs of knowledge and we are all fortunate to have access to their knowledge and experience equally.

    Go well, ciao.

    Guro Dave Gould.
  20. edscasein

    edscasein New Member

    Jun Pueblos in Glasgow

    Hi Pat,

    If you could pass on any details regarding Lameco class es by Benjamin Pueblos (here in Glasgow) I would be eternally greatful.



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