posted on Sep, 6 2013 @ 03:38 PM
reply to post by punk316
Are you interested in learning the martial arts that Jason Bourne Dodson the movies? Cause if that's the case he was doing Danny inosantos blend of
Kali, panatukan, and silat (cimande, bunti negera, serak) as choreographed by Jeff imada ( who got his start in the movie big trouble little china).
The stick a d weapons fighting was escrima, Arnis. Using two sticks, its called sinawai.
However if you want to learn what the actual sf guys were learning fire pry hand combat they all get shipped over to the Philippines to take a crash
course in pekiti tersia. Basically they all learn Kali which was born from silat which was inherited largely by the Indians platha shatar vidia. And
some southern chinese martial arts. Collectively called kuntao in south east Asia. Looks a little like jeet kun do.
Also the west coast seals were taught for a whileby a crazy jeet kun do teacher called Paul vunak.
They basic military learns mcmap and other similar systems. Which. Are all basically judo, jujitsu and basic combatives. However the sod isl guys
basically learn Kali.
Also check out systema. Extremely similar to the south East Asian martial arts. Kelly McCann always has so e good advice and books since he also
used to teach the special forces. Mostly the sf use Kali be haze the us special forces were influenced by the sas. The sas were heavily influenced
by their time in the British colonies in se Asia. There they all learned the local fighting systems cause they destroyed the western boxing and
combative techniques very easy. The martial art was plain superior so they picked it up and learned it. The us were influenced by the British and
started training in it too. Check out videos online and you'll see why they obviously chose the arts or large sections of it. The Dutch though are
the real masters of those sort of arts though in the western world because they spent a lot if time in their Indonesian colonies learning the local
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