David James – Vee Arnis Jitsu Concepts Part 2

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Its major components are Vee Jitsu, Arnis, and Muay Thai boxing.
To a lesser extent, it also incorporates elements of other Filipino martial arts such as Kuntaw, Chinese Kung fu, and Japanese Aikido.
Vee JitsuVeejitsu_midVee Jitsu is the foundation of the art.
It integrates the joint locks, breaks, throws, and ground movements of Judo/Jiu Jitsu with the brutal, “no-holds-barred” approach of traditional street fighting.
“Dirty” techniques such as groin kicks, biting, and eye gouging are readily employed during fight situations.
To further enhance and improve the system, Professor Vee devised a series of fifteen two-person short forms dubbed “Vee Jitsu Te’s”.
These enable the student to respond effectively to a variety of attack scenarios using a series of sequential defensive moves.
In order to additionally prepare for the realities of street confrontations, students are drilled rigorously in class and paired with persons of different shapes and sizes.
That way an individual can experiment with various techniques to determine whether they work effectively against larger or smaller opponents within a given situation.
ArnisArnis_midThe powerful weapons and empty-hand martial art of Arnis makes up the second major component of Vee Arnis Jitsu.
It is here where we derive the famous “Cinco Tero” fighting pattern.
Many of the Vee Arnis Jitsu techniques such as the “fifteen dimensions”, and the “patterns-of-twelve” drills are derived from Arnis.
Students practice these techniques using a variety of different stepping variations.
The more important ones include Paqua circular footwork, forward and backward motion, and the “V-stepping” pattern.
A number of training exercises including the “Sinawali” drills are also incorporated within the curriculum.
The art of knife-fighting is another major part of weapons training.
With great emphasis on rapid continuous reptitition of the “Cinco Tero” and other striking drills, students develop speed and mobility.

 

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