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#325148 - 06/09/07 06:20 PM Re: Styles Represented? [Re: Jim_Judy]
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Registered: 05/26/07
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Wow I am amazed how info you have gathered from the videos. I think you should start hitting some seminars and impress the instructors. They will probably give extra info.

I do Indonesian Stick fighting and I learned a bit of the Abrescy System of Eskrima.

I agree padded training has some adavantages but one must keep in mind that in a real fight defanging can be easily done and it can cause serious damage to the extremity.
We spar with a wooden or aluminum knife, no padding. When you get hit on the fingers or stabb it hurts a lot and we are aware that a real knife will cut your finger or a ligament at least. In the body will cause some serious injury and there is no point of tackling the other guy when there is a rain of stabs comnig to you from all angles.
Training with a stick one must keep in mind that no matter how high your pain tolerance is a broken finger or knee cap will keep you from going or a broken wrist so keep that in mind when sparring with sticks. I think the guys from SAyoc produce some type of gloves that are better than the hockey ones. At least they seem thinner than the hockey ones.

#325149 - 06/16/07 02:01 AM Re: Styles Represented? [Re: Jim_Judy]
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#325150 - 06/16/07 04:27 AM Re: Styles Represented? [Re: ShorinjiSeisan]
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when we do more live training, not sparring, we wear just enough on the hands. Leather work gloves with a cloth liner. I'm more worried about the small bones of the hand & wrist than the forearm.

What form of Indo stick fighting do you do?

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