DFA Kali - Level 2 by David Seiwert

DFA Kali - Level 2

In Level 1 you learned Offensive moves, now you learn how to Counter them.

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Overview

Level 2 of this dynamic system begins with:
  • Defending against the Jab.  Slipping, parry, shoulder roll & horizontal cover
  • Next you move on to the Cover, Double Cover, Bob and Weave and Stop-hit to contain and control the Hook attack
  • and you will learn how to Block Kicking attacks.

  • Knees and Elbows are introduced at this level and are a great tool for close range.
  • Training drills using the punches, kicks, knees and elbows are also taught.
  • Basic Hubud (tie and untie) drill 
  • Along with more Ground fighting.

  • Street-defense techniques, chokes (front & rear), bear hug, head locks, chest grab, baseball bat attacks and tackle or leg takedown counter.

  • And Finally the Double Stick.
  • Abecedario drills, Sinawali (weaving) drills such as Heaven and others.

What's included?

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Contents

Blocking the Punch
Intro
1 min
Slipping the Jab
5 mins
Parrying the Jab/Cross
6 mins
Shoulder Roll - Jab
3 mins
Low Cover - Hook
3 mins
Stop Hit - Hook
3 mins
Bob and Weave - Hook
6 mins
Uppercut Block
4 mins
Cover Drill 1
7 mins
Cover - Hook
6 mins
Cover Drill 2
4 mins
Basic Hubud - Part 2, Solo Training
8 mins
Basic Hubud - Part 1
8 mins
Punching & Kicking Drill #1
4 mins
Knees & Elbows
Elbow Strikes
8 mins
Knee Strikes
6 mins
Four Elbow Hubud Drills
5 mins
Knee & Elbow Drill 1
4 mins
Blocking Kicks
Front Kick - Blocking
5 mins
Side Kick - Blocking
4 mins
Thai & Shin Kicks - Blocking
5 mins
Ground Locks
Ground Locks Part 1 - Shoulder Lock (Kimura)
5 mins
Ground Locks - Part 2
6 mins
Ground Locks - Part 3
6 mins
Ground Locks - Part 4
7 mins
Ground Locks - Part 5
5 mins
Street Defense Tactics
Front Choke
7 mins
Rear Choke - part 1
5 mins
Rear Choke - part 2
5 mins
Baseball Bat Attack
8 mins
Full nelson
4 mins
Bear Hug
6 mins
Head Lock
8 mins
Chest Grab
6 mins
Tackle or Single Leg Takedown
8 mins
Double Stick
Double Stick Abecedario (ABC's)
11 mins
Sinawali - 4 count
7 mins
Heaven - Six count
11 mins
Standard - Six count
12 mins
Earth - Six count
7 mins
Certificate of Completion
Certification for Level 2
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FAQs

Can I get certified to teach your system?

Yes! The course is designed to help those with no access to a qualified instructor learn FMA and become certified to teach others.

Can I get a refund?

Yes! If you are not happy for any reason, just let us know within 14 days for a full refund.

I'm not interested in teaching, but would still like to learn.

No problem, you can use this course to help you get into shape, boost your confidence or just learn something new.

How long can I access the Level 2 curriculum?

Forever. Your membership never runs out, you can watch it as often and for as long as you wish.

Who is this course for?

This course is for those with no previous experience in martial arts as well as those wanting to further their knowledge or add FMA to their schools curriculum.

What if I have questions?

You can email me from our website http://www.DynamicFightingArt.com or join our private Facebook Group to share knowledge with others in the program.

Can I join now or should I wait until you are finished?

We currently have about half of the estimated 35 videos uploaded into the course so there is plenty for you to study.
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DFA Filipino Kali Online Training

Filipino martial arts (FMA) refer to the fighting methods of the Philippines. It incorporates elements from both Western and Eastern Martial Arts, and are known by such names as Arnis, Eskrima and Kali.

Most people have never heard of FMA or if they have they only think of it as 'That stick fighting martial art" But they couldn't be more wrong.

FMA is a complete martial art consisting of Kicks, Punches, Joint Locking and Weapons (Sticks, Knives and other weapons).

Filipino martial artists are noted for their ability to fight with weapons or empty hands. Weapons are trained from day one because it is taught that the weapon is merely an extension of the hand.

More and more martial arts styles as well as law enforcement (LEO) and the military are looking into the usefulness of FMA, but with a dearth of teaching material and/or instructors out there, they are left to learn on their own or try to find a qualified instructor to teach them. These courses hope to remedy that problem

"If you want to learn to fight go somewhere else.....If you want to learn to survive, join us."

For more information or training material on the martial arts, Mr. Seiwert can be contacted at:
www.DavidSeiwert.com
www.DynamicFightingArt.com
www.DfaMediaProductions.com