Modern Arnis Training System

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Modern Arnis Training Systems (MATS)

Level one
Twelve angles of attack
 Control, pull back and follow through
Block, check and counter with
 2-step footwork, slice striking and cut striking
Slap off-pull off drill
 All twelve angles
Techniques from slap off
 Wrist wrench and inside dive throw
Techniques from pull off
 Center lock and arm bar
Empty hand slap off flow drill
Striking styles
 Figure 8, reverse figure 8, Abanico corto, Banda y Banda and rompida
Palis –Palis
 Two-step footwork
Double stick single sinawali using modern style
 Use both sticks separately with lead leg forward
Double stick poking drill
 Basic bait and passing moves

Twelve disarms

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Do basic disarm with slap -off or follow-up using their stick to strike the arm
Do #2 basic disarm
Do basic #3 disarm using the circle and pass to strike their arm, then to the head
Do fast #4 disarm to bait with check hand, then either thrust head or samurai takedown
Do basic with a strike to LI10 then GB20
Do basic (the way I do it) use the strike with their stick, then to an arm bar
Do basic with stick scissors move (with advanced grip to locking takedown)
Use palis-palis to a stick snake disarm to abanico hit
Use drop stick to a stick strip disarm
Basic #10 to a cane takedown
Quick strip with grabbing hand
Umbrella strike, to palis - palis disarm on the body.

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Modern Arnis Training Systems (MATS)

Level 2 - Right hand flow
Right-to- right
 Six count drill
Right hand old style techniques
Single sinawali to sweep stroke entry to rolling
Rolling low break out
Sweep stroke break out
Stick strike with rolling
Sweep stroke to high strike, then to pull off
Sweep stroke to arm bar drill
Six side tapi – tapi
 Block to stick tip grab trap punyo thrust
Six side counter- for- counter for the stick grab (the hug)
Seven side tapi-tapi
 Low bait to stick arm bar  then do pass back

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