Stick and Dagger Methods taught in SMSOE, NMODE-DSG..."OLD SCHOOL SAN MIGUEL ESKRIMA FROM THE OLDER GENERATION..it's not what you see, it's what you don't see...Nong Naro
Nong Banoy's techniques and method...
1ST OBJECTIVE OF OUR SANMIGUEL EXPRESSION
SAN MIGUEL EXPRESSION SUCCESSIVE DEFENCE AMARRA (REDONDA PUNTA BUN)
2ND OBJECTIVE WHEN LEARNING THE SAN MIGUEL AS AN APPLICATION
The movements (Amarra, Pani-il, Antaw) are influenced by San Miguel Eskrima, NMODE—DSG, De Campo 1-2-3 Orihinal Eskrima, Pakusog Bunal (Doring Saavedra Method "Pangtiwas") Single Stick. The fusion of their strategies becomes the Eskrima Combatives FMA. Much can be said about the San Miguel. If taught in the content of a form without meaning (memorizing sequence of movements—strike patterns and footwork, etc..), then it is just that - a form with no function.
Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia and Ramil Agustin using stick and dagger demonstrating the Corto Orihinal of San Miguel System of Eskrima NMODE--DSG, Bangga-Bangga.
Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating Dipaleta. Deceptive Power Strike and Hit "Pakusog Bunal" the way of Doce Pares Orihinal Maestro Teodoro "Doring" Saavedra thru the teachings of Nong Ising.
Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating just one of the many blade drawing techniques from the scabbard as taught in Eskrima Combatives Filipino Martial Arts.
The Art of the Blade "Gikan Sa Sakuban" Part II of V. Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating drawing the blade from the scabbard.
The Art of the Blade "Gikan Sa Sakuban" Part III of V. Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating drawing the blade from the scabbard.
The Art of the Blade "Gikan Sa Sakuban" Part IV of V, "Hinaplos". Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating more blade techniques.
The Art of the Blade "Gikan Sa Sakuban" Part V of V. Magtutudlo Ramon Rubia demonstrating more blade and scabbard techniques.