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Guro Louie D Lindo,Ikatan Kali,By Steven K Dowd, Louie D Lindo was born in Iloilo Philippines on March 29 1959 His first. exposure to the martial arts was at a Karate club in Manila in the summer of 1973 From. 1974 to 1984 he was an active Korean Taekwondo practitioner under Yong Man Park and. Hong Sung Chon He taught at various locations around Metro Manila and became a. member of the following the National Taekwondo demonstration team the De La Salle. University Taekwondo team the Blackbelt TKD Brotherhood batch 1 He also competed. at the 1st 2nd and 3rd National TKD Championships His training partner was childhood. friend Benjie Magsino who is an accomplished instructor and former Asian. Championships National Team member As teenagers they would both go around. downtown Manila visiting martial arts clubs, In 1984 he relocated to Los Angeles California and during 1985 started training. in Kali Muay Thai and Jun Fan Gung Fu at the IMB Academy in Carson California. under Richard Bustillo Dave Lear Greg Lontayao and Dan Inosanto His training partner. was Victor Gendrano Jr who is currently an instructor at the Inosanto Academy It was. also during this period that he met Arnis Grandmaster Guillermo Lengson assisted by. Rey Galang and Topher Ricketts during a seminar at the IMB Academy. He acknowledges Professor Greg Lontayao as his first formal Kali instructor in. the fundamentals of the Villabrille Largusa System of Kali. A major highlight in his growing interest in the Filipino martial arts was attending. the 1987 West Coast Eskrima Championships as there were several grandmasters and. masters in attendance namely Giron Tendencia Largusa Tobosa Canete Lontayao. Cepeda and many others, In 1987 he began training in Indonesian Pencak Silat Mande Muda under the late. Herman Suwanda with emphasis on the Cimande and Cikalong styles of Silat He also. assisted Herman Suwanda in his initial seminars and efforts to introduce his unique. system of Silat to the public He appeared in Herman s first instructional videotape titled. Harimau Silat Louie D Lindo received his Silat instructorship in April 1990. Prior to relocating to Canada he went back to Manila Philippines in 1990 and. had the opportunity to meet the late Grandmaster Antonio Ilustrisimo Master Tony. Diego and Master Freddie Fernandez at the Luneta Park through Master Topher Ricketts. Relocating to Vancouver Canada in May 1990 gave him the opportunity to teach. Kali and Silat to the local martial arts practitioners through the assistance and friendship. of local Arnis instructor Ross Doromal Shortly thereafter he established a small club. and organized seminars by Herman Suwanda Ted Lucaylucay Edgar Sulite and other s. He traveled to Cebu in 1994 and met Doce Pares Grandmaster Dionisio Canete. Balintawak Grandmaster Cres Go with Sergio Arcel San Miguel Eskrima Grandmaster. Momoy Canete Doce Pares Grandmaster Inting Carin Grandmaster Navales and. Grandmaster Seneres Then at the World Arnis Championships in Manila he met. Grandmaster Benjamin Lema and Master Elmer Ybanez Also in attendance at the. tournament was Grandmaster Antonio A Ilustrisimo, His Kali club in Vancouver was visited by other instructors from other systems. these were Grandmaster Bobby Taboada Balintawak Arnis Miguel Zubiri Bakbakan. International and Kali Ilustrisimo Dan Rutano Estokada Mike Zimmer Villasin. Balintawak Jopet Laraya Lapunti Arnis de Abaniko Bernardo Salinas Arnis Estrella. Philip Gelinas Pekiti Tirsia and Dog Brothers stickfighting Roedy Wiranatakusumah. Silat Jati Wisesa Tharyana Sastranegara Silat Perisai Diri Ted Wong Jeet Kune Do. Roger Agbulos Lameco Eskrima Josh Wood Kalis Ilustrisimo Leonard Trigg. Lucaylucay Kali Rick Mitchell Balintawak Arnis and others. Sometime in 1993 he co founded with local Pekiti Tirsia and Dog Brothers. stickfighting instructor Loki Jorgenson the Vancouver Kali Silat Association with the. main objective of unifying all locally based Filipino martial arts instructors and students. from different styles and systems under one informal association thru participation in. joint training seminars in support of each other s activities and collectively propagate the. Filipino martial arts in the Province of British Columbia. A career move in 1999 prompted Louie to move to Calgary Alberta The move. gave him another opportunity to teach Kali and Silat While in Calgary he was able to. share the art of Kali to the police training unit and organized a Tulisan edged weapon. seminar by Master Rey Galang This gave the local Kali practitioners an insight to the. knife fighting art of Kali Ilustrisimo, While in Alberta he attended training seminars in Kali Ilustrisimo conducted by.
Norman Suanico and Sonny Padilla He attests that their single weaponry Level 1 and 2. programs as very simple direct functional and easy to retain These two programs are. now a major part of Ikatan Kali s Phase 1 training curriculum. In 2001 he moved back to Vancouver and through the kindness and generosity of. local Taekwondo Hapkido and Inayan Eskrima instructor Michael Sirota he was given. the opportunity to teach Kali at Master s Sirota s Martial Arts Centre in Richmond The. first Kali Ilustrisimo edged weapon seminar by Norman Suanico was also held there in. 2003 He has since then taught Kali to beginners advanced students instructors. security military police units and has conducted seminars in other major cities in Canada. and Washington State, He also enjoys learning the fundamentals of Wing Tsun and acknowledges former. Kali student Chris Chinfen for sharing this realistic self defense method with him. He gives credit to all the grandmasters masters instructors practitioners and students he. has come across since 1973 who had contributed to his martial arts development and. maturity and to those who continue to inspire him Presently due to time constraints he. has decided to concentrate his training in the fundamentals Ilustrisimo system and the. further development of his empty hand skills program He acknowledges the following. individuals for sharing and introducing the fundamentals of this art to him Miguel. Zubiri Edgar Sulite Rey Galang and Norman Suanico He looks forward to being a. lifetime student of the Kali Ilustrisimo system, He currently teaches a semi private group of dedicated Kali practitioners. conducts seminars and continues to develop his personal expression of the Filipino. Indonesian combat arts Ikatan Kali,Ikatan Kali group. Ikatan Kali, IKATAN KALI is Louie D Lindo s personal expression of the Filipino. Indonesian combat arts Ikatan meaning to interweave is not a new system The empty. hand skills training program is influenced by Silat Cimande Silat Sabetan and other. martial arts systems from Southeast Asia while the weaponry program is inspired mainly. by Kali Ilustrisimo, Our Ikatan Kali program is constantly evolving The above program serves as a.
primary guideline only as we are always researching to further simplify streamline and. refine our Art Ikatan Kali can be defined in three words simplicity directness and. functionality,In terms of our approach to,training fighting concepts. philosophy and strategies there is,only one mindset We train mainly. for self preservation,The Legacy of the late Grandmaster. Antonio Tatang Ilustrisimo,continues Binondo Manila. On a recent trip to Manila,Philippines in July 2006 to visit my.
family also afforded me the rare, opportunity to learn and experience Louie D Lindo with Mang Tony Diego. of Kalis Ilustrisimo Orihinal Repeticion, the fundamentals of the Ilustrisimo system direct from Mang Tony Diego and his. assistants Tom Dy Tang and Arnold It was a humbling experience and I felt like a raw. beginner once again These lessons were indeed one of the best lessons I had received in. the Filipino combat arts It was well worth the 1 2 hour drive depending on the. unpredictable Manila traffic from my parents place to Binondo Manila Not to mention. the minor flooding due to typhoon and heavy rains Classes were informal and are. conducted late at night for about 2 3 hours Footwork body mechanics and basic strikes. was emphasized I will forever treasure these training sessions and I look forward to. visiting the Kalis Ilustrisimo Orihinal Repeticion Club again in the near future Me and. childhood friend Kenneth Co were deeply honored for the learning experience and. opportunity,Kenneth Co Tom Dy Tang Tony Diego and Louie Lindo. Taken at the Kalis Ilustrisimo Orihinal Repeticion gym in Binondo Manila. Master Instructor Roger Hudson,Trecehampas Arnis Awayan. By Steven K Dowd,Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio where.
he began his martial arts training at the young age. of ten At that time Roger met David Green who,would introduce him to Tae Kwon Do a Korean. form of martial arts,From 1976 1977 Roger studied under. Masters Ken Ferguson and Jamal Oden both of,Cleveland Ohio. August 1984 Roger enlisted in the United,States Air Force as a Personnel Specialist A few. months after arriving at Vandenberg Air Force,Base California Roger began studying Modern.
Street Fighting,October 1986 Roger was re assigned to. Ramstein Air Base Germany During his assignment in Germany Roger studied the. following disciplines Chinese Boxing from October 1986 June 1987 Tang Soo Do and. Kenpo Karate under Masters Bruce Bianchetta and Gilbert Velez from 1987 1991. October 1991 Roger was re assigned to Ellsworth Air Force Base Rapid City. South Dakota where he met Grandmaster Andy Sanano and began his training in. Trecehampas Arnis Awayan Initially he had no idea what he was doing but soon learned. how valuable the information and overall lessons about life Grandmaster Sanano had to. teach really were,Trecehampas Arnis Awayan,Trecehampas means the original 13 strikes of. the Sanano family Arnis is one of many forms of,stick fighting practiced in the Philippines and. Awayan means art of fighting What makes,Trecehampas Arnis Awayan so intriguing and unique. is the philosophies of the system learn to fight not to. Within every Martial Arts system you will find, a basic foundation Striking arts have various punches.
kicks blocks and ground fighting systems contain,throws joint locks falls etc Trecehampas is no. different however tradition is the key to the system. In other words the basic techniques from katas, sparring and self defense are practiced on a regular. basis You must strive for total understanding of your. basic foundation before you can achieve the Grandmaster Andy Sanano. F L O W First Level of Wisdom This is a level of, comfort that is unique to each practitioner but should be shared with others in order to. help them find their F L O W, The techniques of Trecehampas Arnis Awayan are taken from various styles of. Martial Arts to include Karate Judo Sikaran Pilipino high kicking and Panandyakan. Pilipino low kicking Another unique feature of Trecehampas Arnis Awayan is that. few techniques are discarded as useless instead they are practiced over and over until. the basic purpose and deeper understanding of the techniques are revealed Like most. Filipino systems of stick fighting Trecehampas offers an abundance of disarms counter. strikes locks takedowns etc In addition disarms are taught using both the stick and. empty hand which makes the techniques practical for various situations. Grandmaster Sanano often say s if you lack foundation you lack. understanding This foundation is not only found in the Martial Arts but life as well The. knowledge shared by Grandmaster Sanano begins and ends with the practitioner not only. in the school but in every aspect of life as well The lessons to be learned in the DOJO. begin with how you practice If you understand the reasons and the purpose for practicing. Kata Self Defense and fighting you will have gained valuable knowledge about your art. If you learn except and appreciate your limitations and strengths in life combine. these two together you will soon learn there is no reason to fight just relax and learn to. fight not to fight Due to his prior training and his exceptional talent in the Martial Arts. dedication and discipline in adopting the Sanano Martial Arts System S M A S he was. awarded the honorary Black Belt from Grandmaster Sanano on January 1 1992 On. November 13 1992 Roger was awarded the rank of 1st Dan Black Belt title of. Sempei and permission to teach the Sanano Martial Arts System A few months later. Roger was selected as the Head Instructor of the Ellsworth Air Force Base Youth Center. Karate program where he taught from December 1992 1994. In March 1994 the Pennington County Sheriffs Office Rapid City South Dakota. hired Roger as a Deputy Sheriff where he was employed until July 31 1998 While. employed as a Deputy Sheriff Roger continued his training and teaching by becoming a. Defensive Tactics instructor for the Sheriffs Office Roger later became a member of the. Special Response Team SRT as a member of the entry team During this time as an. entry team member Roger assisted Grandmaster Sanano who was also a member of the. SRT with teaching various techniques to other members of the team The techniques. taught ranged from soft hard empty hand to weapon retention knife disarms. In 1995 Roger was awarded the rank of 2nd Dan Black Belt from Grandmaster. Sanano In 1997 Roger was awarded the rank of 3rd Dan Black Belt from Grandmaster. Sanano and also the rank of 4th Dan Black Belt from Grandmaster Melton Gioranmo in. Sikaran Arnis, August 1998 Roger relocated to his hometown of Maple Heights Ohio where he.
continued practicing and teaching the martial arts by operating a martial arts school from. June 1998 2001, During his tenure in the martial arts Roger has won Grand Championship awards. and numerous first place trophies in empty hand self defense competitions traditional. weapons team kata musical forms and sparring He has also participated and placed in. tournaments throughout South Dakota Wyoming Nebraska Canada Ohio and Germany. During his time in Rapid City South Dakota Roger competed and won 1st place. in the first annual Rumble at Rushmore This no holds barred competition attracted. competitors from all styles and disciplines of martial arts He is also skilled in the use of. traditional weapons such as the Bo Jo Han Bo Sai Tonfa and Arnis de Mano Because. of his understanding of the martial arts and its practical application Roger was often. selected to assist Grandmaster Sanano in the instruction of various groups throughout. South Dakota, In August 2001 Roger attended the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy. London Ohio and was certified as a Defensive Tactics ASP Baton and O C instructor. November 2002 Roger resumed his law enforcement career with the U S Department of. Veterans Affairs Medical Center Cleveland Ohio as a Federal Police Officer Upon. graduation from the Basic Police Officers Academy Roger was recognized as the Honor. Graduate of a class of fifty other Federal Police Officers May 2002 Roger was promoted. to the position of Supervisory Police Officer with the U S Department of Veterans. Affairs awarded the rank of Lieutenant given direct supervision of nine other Federal. Officers to include a K 9 officer and supervisory authority for twenty four other police. officers As a Lieutenant Roger was required to attend and successfully complete training. at the Law Enforcement Training Center Little Rock Arkansas Upon completing this. training Roger was certified to instruct other Federal Officers in Firearms to include. tactical pistol Use of Force Officer Safety and Awareness Defensive Tactics PR 24. O C Search and Seizure evidence handling storage and report writing Since completing. this training Roger has conducted over thirty training classes to veteran and newly hired. On July 14 2006 Roger was promoted to Supervisory Training Officer for the. U S Department of Veterans Affairs Cleveland Division Along with this promotion. came the responsibility of training all the police officers assigned to the Cleveland Oh. and Brecksville Oh campuses The training provided ranges from Defensive Tactics to. crime scene preservation Roger is also responsible for conducting training for ten other. Medical Facilities within the Ohio area that fall under the responsibility of the Cleveland. campus Training provided to those facilities range from bomb threat procedures to. disaster preparedness, Roger is currently in his junior year of college with Kaplan University as a. Criminal Justice Major, Roger continues to practice teach and develop all areas of the martial arts with. emphasis on providing functional responses to assaults This functional training can be. attributed to Roger s years of continued training studying the law and its effects and his. deep rooted belief in what the martial arts has to offer. In August 2004 Roger was promoted to the rank of 5th Dan Black Belt in. Shotokan Karate Sanano Trecehampas Arnis Awayan and awarded the title of Master. Instructor,Instructor Guro Dr Mit Brahmbhatt,Guro Dr Mit Brahmbhatt began training in.
the martial arts in 1996 in the style of Kuntao under. Master Aaron Brown student of Grandmaster Arthur,Sykes In 1998 Mit met Sensei Roger Hudson and was. amazed at Sensei Hudson s passion and skill for the arts. of Arnis Sikaran Dumog and Shotokan Karate Since, 1998 Mit has diligently trained under Sensei Hudson. becoming his senior student Training was very intense physically as well as. mentally Mit is honored to be under Sensei Hudson who is not only a teacher but also a. brother Mit not only excelled in the system of Trecehampas Arnis and Shotokan but also. has experience in various aspects of jiu jitsu and chin na Martial Arts helped Mit reach. a higher level of academic achievement He graduated from Case Western Reserve. University School of Dentistry in 2002 and has been a practicing dentist since. For the past eight years Mit has constantly been training to achieve higher levels. in the arts Sensei Hudson s teaching covers every aspect of combat striking pressure. points clinching and ground fighting The striking aspect combines the raw power of. Shotokan with the speed and devastating joint locking of the Philippine arts The concept. of Sensei Hudson and Guro Brahmbhatt s fighting system is deceptive flow opponent is. never sure what to expect Single stick doble stick and knives are all part of weapon. training The empty hand striking consists of open hand closed hand elbows knees and. kicks Through the practice of arnis they are able to flow instinctively rather than. thinking before moving They feel that being able to take a strike is just as important as. being able to deliver a strike Therefore body conditioning is also very important When. practicing low lining the legs our conditioned to the point where we can take a. penetrating low kick Their low line kicking is and art of its own After diligent practice. in the art of low line kicking the targets knees ankles inside thigh can be hit at will. with devastating consequences The concept of their elbows and knees is that any part of. the human body is a target no sport, The joint locking and dumog is also an integral part of their fighting system. Guro Brahmbhatt loves the joint locking aspect of the art After training in the. Trecehampas system of Arnis locking limbs becomes second nature Devastating throws. with severe result follows many of the locks The dumog consists of various breaks. pressure point strikes and submissions from the ground position Sensei Hudson and. Guro Brahmbhatt are both extremely versatile on the ground however in reality they. believe one should get up as quickly as possible Guro Brahmbhatt favors chokes and. neck cranks when practicing his dumog, The system of arnis in which Sensei Hudson and Guro Brahmbhatt train is a no. nonsense system They believe in allowing the body to flow naturally The art allowed. Mit to achieve harmony mentally as well as physically Sensei Hudson and Guro. Brahmbhatt are constantly training and developing their arts Guro Brahmbhatt is. honored to be the highest ranking student under Sensei Hudson who is the greatest. teacher he has known,Guro Bob Manalo,International Eskrima Serrada Association IESA.
By Steven K Dowd,The first taste of the martial arts that Guro Bob. Manalo had was when his father enrolled him in Chinese. Karate under Sifu Mike Solaices The location happened to. be one of Ed Parker s first Kenpo schools in San Francisco. before Sifu Mike Solaices took over In the late 70 s Bob. tried out Shotokan under the late Sensei Eddie Manila and. then moved on to Shorin Ryu at San Jose State University. under Sensei Isao Wada,It wasn t until the mid 90 s that Bob set foot in. Professor Sultan Uddin s Eskrima Serrada School which he. had heard of by word of mouth What lead him to this point. in his life For seven years he had been racing outrigger. canoes and one day his cousin Ron Cabanada who also had. been racing canoes suggested that they needed to study an. art that was more in line with their heritage since they were. not Hawaiian So they went looking at various Filipino. martial art schools Cousin Ron went into the Largusa Kali. system and Bob found and started training in Eskrima Serrada under Professor Uddin. Once entering the school Bob observed Professor Uddin and was overtaken with. the smooth flowing movements of the style and the precise execution of technique It. didn t take much He was sold,Before commencing his training he was. expected to have already warmed up with exercises,stretching etc for once stepping on the training. floor it was time to learn With weapon in hand he,would commence learning and practicing practical.
applications of Serrada techniques The aspects of, the art is using directness address the situation with. no dancing around no wasted showy movements no,wasted motion. Guro Manalo has found in reality that the art,is not a hard art However to be proficient and. skilled in the art is challenging And with this,challenge the final reward is becoming a true. Eskrimador in the art and a person that can handle. the day to day physical and emotional challenges, In talking with Guro Manalo about Professor Sultan Uddin he states that in.
knowing the Professor with his smile and warm demeanor no one could ever guess that. this man is a true warrior inside highly skilled in the combative arts. Professor Uddin takes care of his students guiding them not only in the style of. Eskrima Serrada but also in life A philosophy of his is that the art of Serrada is not. necessarily self defense but is also,about succeeding in life using the. concepts in everyday life dealing with,work general activities and family. Guro Bob Manalo Jr has been,a student of Eskrima Serrada for over. a decade under Professor Sultan,Uddin Founder of the International. Eskrima Serrada Association and the,seventh Master under the late.
Grandmaster Angel Cabales Guro,Manalo continues to teach the art in. Ed Jimenez and Teo Zabala are students under San Francisco California He was. Guro Manalo who assist in teaching the basics of awarded the prestigious Pamana Arts. Eskrima Serrada Both have had the privilege of Legacy Award in 2003 for Young. learning directly from Professor Uddin They are Journalism and the Martial Arts. the first students to travel outside California to help. represent IESA,Philippine Martial Arts Combat Aikido. By Steven K Dowd, Philippine Martial Arts Combat Aikido PHIMACA was developed in large part. as a means of self defense as a way to effectively and efficiently neutralize violence not. cause it There are no competitive matches in PHIMACA One of our distinctive features. is that it has incorporated many of the essential elements and principles of other martial. art schools, Our self determined system exists besides the established schools of Jujitsu and of. Aikido In Aikido the peaceful principles are completely real Aikido means the. harmonization of the own movements with those of the aggressor and to overcome him. in order to convince him of the sense of peace This is only one meaning of many. PHIMACA follows the same way Through an extension of the spectrum of possible. techniques the defense against an aggressor is possible in a secure way. PHIMACA which is a hand to hand combat technique studied true power in. order for each of us to experience personally the core principles of Self Defense we. must not stop at the mere repetitious practice of Kata and Randori Sparring with. partners and Randori help to lead us closer to both the core principles of Self defense and. the true power that they generate by letting us experience the techniques studied in Kata. as they were meant to be performed against a smart resisting and aggressive opponent. As an added benefit Randori training leads to an indispensable and highly prized sense. of security, PHIMACA celebrates its founding anniversary every 3rd day of July.
Grandmaster Enrico P Tamayo a 3rd Degree Black Belt from PHILCOMA established. the club in July 1997 PHIMACA swiftly grown many chapters in Saudi Arabia and. continue to expand because of its effective and swift maneuvering techniques and the. students progression from white belt all the way thru black belt Students who ve gone. thru our rigid training will surely see and feel the difference once they reached their. brown belt rank All the bone breaking body throwing and real knife attack will surely. prepare one when he enter the real street fight scenario. PHIMACA Masters,The Halo Halo Man,Master Rick B Lafrades. By Steven K Dowd,Filipino martial arts based but not limited in. techniques on what works in real situations of aggression. Rick Lafrades commenced his training at the age of 14 with. Taido Based on angular and spinning techniques which at. the time was the newest martial arts coming from Okinawa. his instructor the late Master Pacifico Abenoja, Rick trained in this art for approximately 5 years. Actually Rick s first introduction to the Filipino martial arts. was when he met Master Leo Ledesma in 1973 Master, Ledesma taught a basic arnis de mano which comprised of. 12 strikes however what made Master Ledesma s art unique. was a reversal which he called Tabak,Through Master Ledesma Rick was encouraged to.
meet with and train with other instructors So he trained in. Modern Arnis Istuki style with Professor Eddie Rodriques and with Grandmaster Nes. Fernandez 3 Teros and Cinco Teros he,always emphasized hitting your target. precisely and he don t believe in fancy,movement One practitioner that he trained. with was from Zamboanga Master Frank,Malestki whose main style was Shorin ryu. But also Master Frank Malestki combined,Hapkido Kickboxing and street fighting. adding to the art he was teaching,Rick s knowledge experience and.
skills were growing in this vast array of,different martial arts including training with. his friend Master Ed Farris who has a wealth of knowledge in all aspect in Martial Arts in. classical old style of Arnis he has also introduced spiritual healing This formulating in a. Halo Halo mix mix of fighting arts With this Rick has found with this mixtures and the. base being the Filipino martial arts it is very effective in street confrontations and. tournaments,In teaching Master Rick Lafrades takes what he. has combined in the arts and has the student first build a. strong foundation and footwork With the foundation. built and a full understanding of footwork the student. then continues to learn angular and invading movements. never meeting the opponent head on This opens up, various situations with the opponent putting them in a. vulnerable alignment for counterattack By, understanding and comprehending fully the techniques. and theories of opponents movements it brings a great advantage both in the street and. in the ring, Master Lafrades fully believes that the foundation footwork and understanding.
an opponent is very important to obtaining the skills of a professional martial artist One. piece of advice that is instilled in his students is that they should never underestimate any. opponent Believe your opponent is skilled until otherwise shown. Grandmaster Roland Dantes,By Steven K Dowd, An Arnis Master in his own right Guro Roland Dantes. has studied under and exchanged ideas with a vast who s who in. the world of Filipino martial arts And has promoted the art of. Arnis continuously throughout the world Additionally he has. promoted the art of arnis continuously throughout the world. since the 1970s Awarded a 7th degree Black Belt in Arnis de. Mano in 1977 by the late Grandmaster Remy Presas of Modern. Arnis he was later promoted to the rank of 8th degree black belt. prior to Professor Remy passing away Guro Dantes has also. studied with some of the most recognized Filipino martial artists. such as Grandmaster Ben Lima Lightning Scientific Arnis. Grandmaster Johnny F Chiuten Grandmaster Filemon, Caburnay Lapunti Arnis de Abaniko Grandmaster Antonio. Ilustrisimo Ilustrisimo system Kali Ilustrisimo Grandmaster. Jose Mena Mena Style Doblette Rapilon Grandmaster Dr. Guillermo Lengson Kafephil Arfephil Sagasa Grandmaster. Ciriaco Cacoy Canete Doce Pares Grandmaster Porfirio. Lanada Lanada Arnis Grandmaster Edgar Sulite De Campo Caballero style. Lameco Grandmaster Jose Villasin Balintawak Grandmaster Johnny Chiuten. Combined Open style Grandmaster Chris Ricketts Bakbakan Grandmaster Leo Gaje. Pekiti Tirsia to name just a few, Master Dantes has excelled in other parts of his life not be content with only. studying arnis He also possesses a degree in Bachelor of the Arts and Bachelor of. Science he is also a qualified physical fitness instructor and a graduate of the National. Police Academy in the Philippines Even with this among all these accomplishments he. is a well known and successful bodybuilder and television personality and film star. These past few months Roland Dantes has had a seriously hard time Grandmaster. Roland Dantes had suffered a heart attack on October 7 2006 He was admitted at the St. Lukes Hospital Manila Philippines, On October 13th the report Basically per conversations with the brother sister. Johnny Pintoy Kenny a heart artery was ruptured requiring immediate hospitalization. Apparently his left lung was had also collapsed requiring drainage His lung is better and.


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