This offer includes 11 DVDs about the Inayan System of Eskrima:
Das Inayan Serrada ist ein rasantes Eskrima-System, das im Nahkampf besonders effektiv ist. Es besteht u.a. aus sehr schellen und effektiven Block-, Parier- und Kontertechniken. Das Flow-Sparring des Inayan Serrada wird oft wegen seiner Geschwindigkeit von anderen Stilen kopiert. Das Serrada ist einer der elegantesten und effektivsten Eskrima Stile. Es wird in den USA von vielen Kampfsportlern anderer Systeme trainiert, ist aber auch bei Anfängern beliebt. Es werden die folgenden Bereiche auf diesem Video demonstriert:
- ersten Basistechniken
- richtige Griff
- mehrere Kombinationen gegen die Angriffe 1 – 6
- Basistechniken noch mit “Verzierungen”c
Inayan Serrada Eskrima is a fast close quarter fighting style. It uses quick block and counter striking techniques as well as short fast parrying counters.
Often copied for its flow sparring drills, it is one of the most elegant and efficient Eskrima styles. It is sought after by practitioners of other martial arts as well as beginners.
This video teaches advanced techiques of Serrada Eskrimas
In this video you will learn
- basic counters 7 to 12,
- these techniques with flowering,
- disarms to strikes 1 to 6,
- Lock and Block levels 1,2 and 3 and
- Basic Flow Sparring (Flow Sparring level one)
All techniques are demonstrated with and without partner, slow and fast and from different angles so that they can be seen very clearly.
Kadena de Mano Basics
In this video, Marisib Steve Klement demonstrates with his partner Randall Crisp basic techniques of Kadena de Mano:
- Against the knife attacks 1-12
- Against each attack
- Various defenses are demonstrated
- Each counter with combinations, throws and knife disarming.
- The techniques are shown from different angles at normal speed and in slow motion.
Kadena de Mano 1
The Inayan Kadena-de-Mano Eskrima is a Filipino system, which deals primarily with the areas knife to knive, knife – empty hand free and weaponless.
You will learn:
– Parry techniques
– Striking techniques are used as well as
– Various types of lockflows.
This video demonstrates basic techniques and the eveolvement of drills.
– Knife to knives
– Knife to empty hands
– Empty hands
– 1st lockflow of Inayan Kadena-de-Mano
All techniques are trained in many interesting drills.
Kadena de Mano 2
In this 2nd Kadena-de-Mano video, Suro Mike Inay demonstrates entries to the knife- and empty hand drills you know from video 1.
Also highly sophisticated new drills will be shown for knife and for empty hands.
Disarming techniques with and without knife as well as disarm reversals will be demonstrated against knife attacks.
The Kadena-de-Mano Lock Flow Drill Number 4 will be shown as well as a free flow through the different areas.
Kadena de Mano 3
In this third KdM video you will learn new, sophisticated drills:
- Rght against left
- rRght against right
- Several training forms in the area weaponless against knife attack.
- Unarmed drills that go from the kick to the headbutt distance
- A passive KdM lockflow
- A lockflow with counter techniques.
- The techniques are shown from different angles at normal speed and in slow motion so that all the important details are clearly visible.
Inayan Sinawali is a double stick style of training in the filipino martial arts.
It uses different striking patterns to develop proficiency with double weapons. Often noted for its fast “weaving” (hence the name Sinawali) of striking patterns when the students interact with each other, this is one of the most fun and easy to learn of the filipino martial arts. Easy to learn but difficult to master.
Content of this video:
– Standard Inayan Sinawali Drills 2 – count through to 9 – count
– Offside 5 – and 7 – count Sinawalis
– Basic loading (chambering) positions
Sinawali helps to develop
– Eye-hand coordination-
– Hand/wrist flexibility.
To further understand the style of Sinawali the following concepts will be demonstrated and explained:
– Reverse redondo
– Mirror chaining
The subject of this video is a simple reflex-based knife attack defense system that is quick and easy to learn: the “Reactive Knife Defense System” based on the Inayan Kadena de Mano.
This system has been taught by Suro Inay to police academies and police instructors throughout the United States.
On this video, the techniques and principles of this system are demonstrated on the one hand, on the other hand also the drills and exercises are shown, in order to implement these techniques safely.
– Knifefighting poitions
– Distances and reaction times
– Angles of attack
– The techniques
– Trainng exercises and drills
– Pinning techniques
In this video, Suro Inay demonstrates how nerve techniques can be used effectively in self-defense.
The video is a good basis on the one hand for the determination of the nerve points, on the other hand for their correct application.
This applies both in medical terms, since no dangerous pressure points are stimulated, as well as from a functional point of view: These points work, if they are used properly!
The Inayan Larga Mano is a style that fights in the long distance and is based on the fight with the Kampilan.
In this video, the possibilities that the fight offers in the long distance are explored.
It teaches the techniques, principles and forms of this interesting style.
In this video, you will learn the basics of Inayan Dequerda’s stick system:
Inayan Dequerdas is a strong fighting style in the middle distance.
The focus is on hard force-to-force blocks followed by cutting, which can be easily adapted to impact weapons.
With its uncomplicated effectiveness, this style is particularly suitable for police and security agencies, non-FMA martial arts and novice martial artists.
– Angles of attack
– Various counter-attacks
– Disarming the 8 attacks
– Drills to strengthen the techniques
It is demonstrated with and without partners, from different angles, fast and slow, so that all details are clearly visible.
Über den Autor:
Mangisursuro Mike Inay
has been practising and teaching the Filipino Martial Art of Eskrima for over 30 years. He learned Eskrima from two legendary teachers, the late Grand Master Max Sarmiento and the late Grand Master Angel Cabales. Suro Inay trained privately (one to one) with GM Sarmiento from late 1965 until GM Sarmiento´s death in the mid-eighties. Suro Inay also trained privately (one to one) with GM Cabales from late 1965 until early 1977. Suro Mike Inay developed a knife defense program for law enforcement in the U.S.A. and has appeared on the Law Enforcement Training Network (L.E.T.N). Mr. Inay has travelled worldwide and throughout the U.S. and has many notable high ranking martial artists train under him or attend his seminars. He died of heart failure on September 27, 2000 unexpectedly.