He was a student of Ed Parker , from whom he received a shodan rank in American Kenpo. The film I Am Bruce Lee provided Inosanto an opportunity to reveal a little-known fact about the friendship the two men shared. Inosanto was teacher to Bruce Lee, introducing him to nunchaku. Inosanto explained that he introduced the weapon to Lee, taught him the basics and some exercises to get him started on his weapons training. The Game of Death movie, one of the most recognizable of the Bruce Lee films, showcases the use of the nunchaku by Lee and Inosanto.

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Visiting Student Information Curriculum Movement is universal, no one single style or system has it all. Students learn what works in a particular situation, against a particular opponent, and when another technique or series of techniques would be more practical and effective. The Filipino Martial Arts — Kali-Eskrima-Kuntao-Silat The highly sophisticated and comprehensive martial art from the Philippines is weapon based, but ultimately an empty hand system.

The Filipino martial arts taught at the Inosanto Academy are drawn from 26 primary sources, the instructors who Magulang Na Guro Dan Inosanto has spent his life training under. Everyday objects, such as umbrellas, books, bandannas, etc. Use of left and right hand techniques develop coordination. Drills and techniques taught in a fluid, non-restrictive manner allow students to enhance their natural attributes and improve their sense of timing, speed, awareness, balance, agility, and confidence.

Innovative and radically ahead of his time in his training and teaching methodology, Bruce Lee developed a martial system and fighting strategy that has lost none of its effectiveness over time. The movements are crisp, and efficient, utilizing the most direct lines and angles. JKD affords the practitioner a means by which to effectively pursue the most direct line of attack. And once an attack has been launched there are no breaks or interruptions. As one technique nears completion, it starts to blend into the next and so forth: one continuos flowing motion until the conflict is resolved.

RCJ Machado Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu The rare combination of champion competitors and skilled teachers, the Machado brothers have developed a program of instruction in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu that enables the student to execute, with ease and confidence the techniques and combinations of close-quarter submission and control. The ability to plan your moves and anticipate all counters and re-counter moves perfecting the strategies of throws, take downs, sweeps, body control and positioning, before they occur, provide you with both a physical and mental challenge that promote your growth as an individual and as a martial artist.

Phase Classes In the Phase classes students are taught the ranges of combat, and how to easily flow from each range. Kicking range, into hand range, hand range into close quarter trapping and grappling range, close quarter trapping range, into grappling or ground fighting range.

The use of weapons, both defensively and offensively are taught in an easy to remember and efficient method of application. Classes are kept small to provide the students with the individual attention needed to progress. A truly combative sport martial art, Shoot Wrestling utilizes long range kicking, punching, kneeing, evasion and footwork. Practitioners are allowed to throw, tackle, take-down or sweep the opponent and continue in the ground fighting and engage in submission and locking.

Training in Shoot Wrestling will develop attributes such as balance, speed, agility, coordination, endurance and sensitivity. Care is taken to teach students proper form and body mechanics to eliminate injuries while training and gain maximum effectiveness. The class places an emphasis on the physical conditioning and cardiovascular benefits of Thai Boxing.

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