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 will cover the basics of Inayan Serrada Eskrima.
- Angles of attack,
- basic grips
- the counters of the first six attacking angles
will be covered in this video. In the end you will see techniques
- 1 to 6 with flowering.
All techniques are demonstrated with and without partner, slow and fast and from different angles so that they can be seen very clearly.
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.