Eskrima, also known as Arnis or Kali, is a Filipino martial art that focuses on using weapons, mostly sticks, when in combat. It’s also the national sport of the Philippines. During an Eskrima training, expect to learn about joint locks and control, as well as disarming your attacker. There’s also empty-handed fighting that may include punching, throwing, kicking, and grappling. Book a Kali training today and learn to utilize these techniques, whether in a martial arts competition or real life.
Directly translated into English, Wing Chun (or Wing Tsun) means “an ode to spring”. However, despite its pleasing title and deflective approach to force, Wing Tsun is a direct, destructive and fearsome martial art when dealing with an attacker.
Cornered at close quarters?
Learning the art of Wing Chun can effectively train you to thwart opponents much stronger than yourself.
Since the history of evolution, human beings have been developing sets of survival skills and tools to defend themselves. These skills and tools range from sticks and stones first created by Neanderthals to today’s powerful & deadly martial arts. It may even surprise you that there some martial arts that are actually specifically designed to break bones instead of boards.
Jump kicks are surely one of the most popular martial arts techniques. Various martial arts experts agree that their practice is one of the most beautiful, but also, in the terms of fine motor skills, the most demanding part of martial arts training. Numerous martial arts masters perform various jump (flying) kicks of which many are truly breathtaking and they attract spectators' attention thanks to their beauty and skill.