Teovel Balintawak U.S.A. application of basic hitting point

Discussion in 'Balintawak' started by garrotista, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. garrotista

    garrotista New Member

    Teovel Balintawak U.S.A. practice session.
    Application of basic hitting point in the 12 strikes and palakaw.

    Teovel players are:
    Eugene (Providence, Rhode Island), and Vince the Garrotista (Bay Area, CA).

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=1HE4a4njTX4
     
  2. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Cool! I don't recognize the term palakaw?
     
  3. teovel'sBalintawak

    teovel'sBalintawak New Member

    Palakaw is a Balintawak's term use for the drills or flows. Playing from the basic 1 to 12 defense and offense up to the advance. Regardless of what lineage it may be from the groupings or the koridas/random way we call the flow Palakaw. The root word " lakaw " means walk from the Cebuano dialect. Palakaw means do the walking.
     
  4. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Ah, I certainly recognize the walking in doing the drills out of 1-12! Thanks.
     
  5. free2flow

    free2flow New Member

  6. arnisador

    arnisador Active Member

    Cool! Thanks for sharing!
     
  7. Mono

    Mono Member

    Nice one!!

    Thanks a lot! Looking forward to more :)
    Who are the two?

    Thanks!

    Mono
     
  8. garrotista

    garrotista New Member

    Mono,

    The players are Eugene from Rhode Island and Mara from New York.
    Mara will be in Cebu this month training with the Velez Brothers.
     
  9. Mono

    Mono Member

    Thanks!

    To bad - I wont get to met her since I am planning to be there in July...

    Anyways, safe trip!

    Mono
     
  10. Dagadiablo

    Dagadiablo New Member

    Hoy, Inting!

    Ikaw ma na di ay? Grabe! Looking good brah! Miss u much!

    Peace, love and Soul!

    Mabuhay,

    Pat
     
  11. garrotista

    garrotista New Member

    Hoy! Patrikoy!

    Salamat bai! Thanks for getting me hooked into FMA. I think you introduced me to Nong Monie..and encouraged me to learn the daga (Baraw Sugbo).

    Miss you bro'
    Inting
     

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