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ARNIS TRAINING PROGRAM FOR 10 DAYS CLINIC

1
ST
DAY
Conduct personal introduction from me as a trainor/coach to the students and vice-
versa.
Lecture about arnis
What about of arnis, history of itself, the relationship of arnis to our Philippine Culture
Arnis as our new national sports and beyond
The kinds
The equipments, things needed in performing this arnis, composition, parts, different
kinds of it make and other equipment of this sports
The relationship of arnis as combat martial art and arnis as game sports
The dos and donts of arnis and it discipline as a true martial arts
Arnis a Filipino martial arts, a sports

2
ND
DAY
Additional lecture or additional information. The lesson, intellectual and written
regarding Kali
Cool warm-up, Filipino cool games (ex. Patintero, Habulan, Sikyo)
Skipping rope
Calisthenics and additional lectures and practical know how
Continuous tactical and technical approach in arnis, storytelling of experiences
Cool conversations in reaction with the sports

3
RD
DAY
Training proper
Warm-up exercise, jogging, calisthenics
Bending exercises
Explanation for what are the purpose of these exercises
The use of cane in exercise

4
TH
DAY
The Basic:
a. Art discipline
b. How to respect you, the art and your opponent and yourself
c. How to use the equipment
- The handling (rattan sticks, padded cane)
- Proper use, place for equipment
d. Waves, breathings, shout
- Purpose and use



5
TH
DAY
Stances and Postures
a. On guard
b. Front, back, straddle
c. Cat stance and other stances

6
TH
DAY
Technique I
Introduction of striking
Blocking and trusting

7
TH
DAY
Technique I
Practice, basic 7, 3, 5 (strike, trust, block)

8
TH
DAY
Technique II
Striking and blocking
Parrying Technique
Trusting
With partners

9
TH
DAY
Introduction to Sinawali
Sinawali and with partners
Semi freestyle A, B, C, D, F technique
Intro to sparring

10
TH
DAY
Tips or simple
Self defense technique for kids
Proper discipline
Light semi-free sparring
Sparring techniques
Lectures additional know how the relationship of arnis as Filipino art to other martial
arts