Enroll in Level 1 for FREE!
The Filipino martial arts are known by the names Kali, Escrima and Arnis. Most people think of it as "That Stick Fighting Art" , but it is much more. The Filipino martial arts are a complete system encompassing hands, feet, weapons and joint locking. Many police and military around the world are now learning these arts are due to the effectiveness of the techniques. A $10 value, but you can get it for Free!
Almost 2 hours of Training and 30 lessons!
We recommend that you take this course with a friend if possible (but not necessary). It helps to have a workout buddy to practice techniques on, spar with, and share ideas. It’s also more economical because you can share the cost of the video courses.
DFA Kali students will only be tested at Basic Instructor level and above, but they should stay in touch by sending periodic videos, (To make sure that they are making sufficient progress). You decide when you are ready for Instructor level testing.
However, you need to spend at least three months in between levels before moving on to the next level. These techniques, theories and ideas need to become ingrained in you and become part of your ‘muscle memory’. It is not enough to simply memorize the drills and techniques.
The course teaches the following:
- FMA History
- The Salute or Bow
- Warm-ups and Stretching
- Forward Angle Stepping
- Reverse Angle Stepping
- Six point Stepping
- The Jab
- The Cross
- The Hook
- The Uppercut
- Hand Speed Drills
- Front Kick
- Side Kick
- Thai or Shin Kick
Street Defensive Tactics
- Front Choke
- Rear Choke - part 1
- Rear Choke - part 2
- Ground Fighting #1 - Guard, Mount, Side Mount
- Ground Fighting #2 - The Reality of the Street
- Ground Fighting #3 - Maneuvering in the Guard
- Warm-ups for the Stick
- Nine Angles of Attack
- Long Range Blocking
- Certificate of Completion
"If you want to learn to fight go somewhere else.....If you want to learn to survive, join us."
David Seiwert has been studying, teaching and training in a wide range of martial arts from Japan, Korea, China, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines since he was 12 years old.
He is currently retired from the engineering field and regularly travels to Southeast Asia to further increase his knowledge and understanding of these indigenous arts.
When not traveling he spends his time teaching, giving seminars, writing books and producing videos about the fighting systems of these regions.