Thomas Sipin - Defend, Control, & Apprehend - Stabilize & Secure
Escrima • 1h 2m
Thomas Spin expands on the basics of single stick eskrima and introduces the basics of double stick eskrima. The double stick curriculum includes basic warm ups, strikes and twirling, and arko with footwork. The Sipins complete this segment with instruction on double stick abesedario, ska_hulog, corto orihinal, and partner drills.
Self Defense | Panther
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