Okay, now I’m going to show. I’d like to introduce
first of all Robert Hampton, he’s going to be my assistant here and we’ll be showing
the actual targets of where I’m striking to. Okay? So, if he’s facing me right here, I’m
actually going to switch to a lighter stick. The stick, by the way, these are rattan sticks,
they’re very light. But I’m going to actually even switch to a lighter stick because of
the velocity and the power that you can, that you can, when you wield these sticks that
it’s still a lot of power and stuff I can, that still comes out of these. Okay? So my
first strike that I did was a centralized strike on the head. Okay? Just like this.
Okay? That’s a center line. Okay, my next strike was to the right temple. Okay? Next
one, number three would be to the other side. Temple on that side. Okay, and his arms are
up. You’re going to put your arms up. I’m going to hit his right rib and I’m going to
come across like that. And my last one that I showed, was right there on the other side.
Now, on the left side on the left ribs. Okay? There’s many more angles, I’m just showing
those basic five that I prefer right there. So all the people that are doing different
styles and systems saying, “No, we do this we do that,” I know there’s many thrusts and
stuff and some keys there’s hooking strikes, but right now I’m just showing basic linear
and outer circular strikes. Okay? So this is one, this is two, three, arms up, four
and five. Okay? Okay, so that was the linear strikes. Okay? Those straight lines. Okay?
But, I gave you five basic linear strikes to the head, each side of the head on temple
and on the side of the body, which is the ribs. These are the linear strikes.

Escrima Stick Strikes & Techniques : Escrima Linear Strikes
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8 thoughts on “Escrima Stick Strikes & Techniques : Escrima Linear Strikes

  • June 26, 2008 at 3:29 am

    yea, and what happens when i pull out my gun..?

  • June 27, 2008 at 7:27 pm

    So you walk around with a gun all the time? People always say that cause a gun is more threating, but when your gun is n the car, at home, or stuck in your pants, then you may want to know how to protect yourself with a fighting system. And escrima is a damn good one.

  • June 28, 2008 at 12:40 pm

    Well then I'll use the unarm combat of escrima/kali to defend myself. The knife system and unarm combat are the same unlike kung fu/karate that have different stikes with their weapons. Escrima have small joint locks, kicks, and punches. Research a little and you find that escrima/kali system is great for da street.

  • June 28, 2008 at 12:59 pm

    Um, have someone hit you with a stick and see how it feels. At full speed you would be glad to have armor.

  • August 9, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    like you have one…

  • March 1, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    watch human weapon escrima here in youtube

  • November 1, 2010 at 4:21 pm

    WOW this guy is good.. He's a member of Doce Pares which is he's been trained in Philippines…

  • August 12, 2013 at 7:18 am

    usually escrima sticks are duel weld but when they're not they are use for one hand. there's nothing wrong with using two hands because there is never a "wrong" in martial arts. it's just more efficent to use it as a one handed weapon but if you need to use it as a two handed weapon. Some other martial artists may see you as weird though. Hope this helps 😀


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