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10 Key features of training in R.A.I.D. Survival

  1. Close quarter combat training

  2. Adrenal-Stress response training

  3. Knife vs knife training

  4. Empty hand vs knife training

  5. Improvised weapon training (stick, credit card, pen, beer bottle etc...)

  6. Street based ground fighting (Brazilian jiujitsu with a street approach)

  7. Situational awareness

  8. Conditioning (body durability and toughness)

  9. Multiple attacker training

  10. Sparring, live training

BJJ

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art and combat sport system that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting. Brazilian jiu-jitsu was formed from Kodokan judo ground fighting fundamentals that were taught by a number of individuals including Takeo Yano, Mitsuyo Maeda, Soshihiro Satake, and Isao Okano.

 

Dirty Boxing

Dirty Boxing is a combat system taught by Guro Ilan Srulovicz. It relies heavily on the empty hand movements found in Filipino Dirty boxing while integrating the stick movements of Escrima in to modified empty handed bolo (machete) strikes. These strikes are used for damaging arms, clearing the guard, powerful strikes that are incredibly hard to block and a continuing motion of combinations to confuse and overwhelm your opponent. This combined with the devasting elbows, knees and clinch found in Muay Thai and the grappling techniques of Brazilian Jiujitsu, Sambo and Dumog make Bolo Boxing a Mixed Martial Arts system worthy of any contender.

Pangamut

Pangamut or pangamot is a Filipino martial art term as taught by Dan Inosanto, Kevin B. Smith, and many others. It is a word that refers to a person's comprehensive skill in combat arts, particularly in empty-handed Filipino martial arts, with respect to his or her abilities in panantukan (hand techniques), dumog (grappling), pananjakman (kicking and sweeping), kaukit (foot trapping), and kino mutai (biting and gouging). It is not a system or style, but rather a generalization of one's fighting prowess. For example, if someone were to say "your pangamut is good", this is a complement that means (without a weapon) you are an all around effective fighter.

 

Eskrido

Eskrido, a version of Doce Pares, is a Filipino martial art that is a combination of Doce Pares, Aikido, and Judo, with lesser influences from other Japanese systems. It features standard eskrima stick techniques mixed with Jujutsu-style locks and throws that utilize the stick. The stickwork shows a strong sword influence, and indeed the sword, knife, and other Filipino weapons are also taught. It was founded by Ciriaco "Cacoy" Canete, who continues to teach it in the Philippines and in seminars across the world. The martial art was established in 1951. Canete is considered as the highest ranking practitioner in both Doce Pares Eskrima and Eskrido.

 

Eskrima

Eskrima or Escrima refers to a variety of Filipino Martial Arts that emphasize stick and sword fighting. The term and the art most probably originates from the Spanish word esgrima which is the term for fencing. Other related terms which have entered into common usage include "Kali" and "Arnis de Mano" ("harness of the hand"). Occasionally, the abbreviation "FMA" ("Filipino Martial Arts") is used.

PRIVATE AND SMALL GROUP TRAINING AVAILABLE

 

Training consists of 1 hour to 1 and a half hour private, semi private or small group training. All training begins with a light warmup and stretching.

Training is optimized to each student's needs and goals. Some are more focused on self defense while others are more interested in the traditional training of Kali & Eskrima. The reason Guro Ilan teaches privates and small groups is for exactly that reason. This gives him the ability to hone in and focus on small details and corrections while allowing each student's own natural movements help determine the best way for them to train and grow.

New group classes available!Tuesday - Thursday 8:30pm - 10pm Contact before attending!

PRIVATE OR SEMI PRIVATE TRAINING:

Single class - $150 per class

 

4 Class Pack - $480 - $120 per class

 

10 Class Pack - $1000 - $100 per class

 

GROUP CLASSES (THREE - FOUR PEOPLE PER CLASS)

Single class - $60 per person

4 Class Pack - $180 per person - $45 per class

 

10 Class Pack - $400 per person - $35 per class

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