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Class – April 4, 2017 – Sayoc Stick Grappling

Instructors: Guro Joe C and Guro Lem

Attendees: Dan, Brian, and Ryan

Notes:

We continued with the stick grappling techniques from last week. These techniques are from Tuhon Tom’s stick grapping instructions in the past. We reviewed the stand up body lock to chokes with the stick. We went through some front head locks to guillotine chokes. Next, we transitioned from the side body lock to head and arm throw or to the neck crush. And also, we worked on some over-under clinch techniques to finishes.

We got some good reps drilling these sequences. We made them lightly free-flow through the locks from the side body clinch. From there, we had the Receiver’s give some reaction to which the Feeder’s had to move into the correct lock or choke or throw.

Next stick class we will review take downs with finishes. Also, maybe we will learn how to initiate a response to get entry.

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Class – Feb. 28, 2017 – TD 1 & TD 2

Instructing: Guro’s Joe C and Lem

Attending: Brian, Shane, and Dan

Notes:

Tonight’s class we resumed fine tuning Td1 and Td2. We examined the parts where the receiver was doing most of the work and movement. In Td2, the receivers part is what makes most of the movements of the drill. We made sure that the receiver was giving the right amount of control during certain parts of the drill. These control point could be considered a time were the receiver can change his position to become the Feeder/attacker.

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Feb 14, 2017 – Class Notes – Review 3 of 9 & TD’s

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Instructing: Guros Joe C & Lem

Attending: Dan, Shane, and Brian

 

 

Notes:

Tonight we dedicated the training to see how much of the curriculum the guys knew. We asked them to perform without instructing and drill what they knew. We covered: 3 of 9 with its different variations. 5-count and 7-count passing drills. 10-count kayanan. Td 1-3. Later, we ran a line drill for Td2 to get more reps in.

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Feb 7, 2017 – Class Notes – Sayoc Stick C-template

Instructing: Guro Joe C and Guro Lem

Attendance: Dan, Brian, Ryan, Shane, and Mike (Ryan’s out of town family)

Class:

We reviewed Sayoc stick C-template. We worked both feeder and receiver side. We did some cardio while practicing the template by running up and down the room as we were performing the 12 counts. Later, we worked on count 3 for entry into grappling. From there we ran through some stand up chokes with the stick.

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Class Notes – Aug 23, 2016 – Projectiles with TD 1

Instructing: Guro Joe C & Guro Lem

Attendence: Lance, Edward, Dinno, Dan, and Brian

Notes:

Tonight, we incorporated projectiles into the transitional drill 1. First, we went through the template for TD1. We then had them run through the drill by adding projectiles for each target. We later introduced trying to clear and then projecting into the target. Then, we added multiple attackers to the drill.

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Class Notes – Aug 9, 2016 – Long Blade AK

Instructing: Guro Joe C & Guro Lem

Attendence: Brian, Dan, Dinno, and Vince

Notes:

Tonight we worked on long blade material from Atienza Kali. First we did some triangle and hourglass footwork. Then, we worked off the second count of the bolo evo 1. We used footwork to move out of the attack. Then we used passes along with the footwork. Next we worked on two-counting the attack. All these moves we tried to emphasize moving to the side or even to the back of the attacker. This made sure the attacker would be off balance from trying another attack. If the attacker would swing back (count 3), we would be ready with a tip-up deflection.

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Class Notes – Aug 2, 2016 – 3 of 9

Instructing: Guro Joe C & Guro Lem

Attendence: Brian, Ryan, Asim, Mike, and Sid

Notes:

Tonight, we had the beginner students work on 3 of 9 tapping. Then we showed them left hand template.

The advanced students worked on feeding by having two feeders with each working on a specific side (one is clearing, the other with the blade), while the receiver cross taps and wipes their attacks. Later, they worked on true right. Same as above, two feeders working their own side. We switched it up by later having two receivers partner up while one feeder feeds 3 of 9.