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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Pepper View Post
    #8 - ripping hook from rear hip to lead shoulder

    The last one is the interesting one, apparently based in the local preference for a blade with a proper false edge.
    So this is a backhanded motion?
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     Style: Siling Labuyo Arnis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    So this is a backhanded motion?
    Exactly - spine/false edge of the blade leading, pulling back from hip to shoulder.
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     Style: Sticks & Jits & Fritz

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspeedy View Post
    Have you trained all these styles? Or are you just handy with the google search?
    I probably got these details from this page

    http://arniseskrimamalang.wordpress....fferent-style/

    But I think it would have been from an older thread from FMATALK or somewhere similar.
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     Style: Siling Labuyo Arnis

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    And then there's Tapado, which uses a 40" guava stick:

    #1 - vertical strike, like chopping wood
    #2 - horizontal strike, right to left
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Pepper View Post
    And then there's Tapado, which uses a 40" guava stick:

    #1 - vertical strike, like chopping wood
    #2 - horizontal strike, right to left
    That's cool. Are the strikes done with one hand or two handed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel_tke View Post
    That's cool. Are the strikes done with one hand or two handed?
    Two-handed. IIRC, there's a tapado practitioner in #6 of the original Dog Brothers tapes. He fights against Top Dog, who waits outside of his range until he's got a feel for the timing of the strikes, and then does a ballistic entry and swats him in the head.
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    Yeah, I noticed that Crafty likes to walk around with a long stick. And I've seen a couple Dog Brothers fights where they use longer sticks, but they look a little longer than the Tapado style sticks. So, I wasn't sure. Also I couldn't see where anyone listed the weight of those sticks, so I didn't know if you could swing them with one hand quickly or not.

    I guess you could if you were strong enough. I train with heavy sticks to get my strength up. It's hard to tell from a picture.
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    I've been introduced to a little tapado. My teacher knows a tapado teacher in SD but I haven't met him yet. On a related note, a few weeks ago I took the grand champion award at the SD Grand Internationals stickfighting, and my weapon of choice was the tapado. It's a pretty satisfying thing to hit people with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    I've been introduced to a little tapado. My teacher knows a tapado teacher in SD but I haven't met him yet. On a related note, a few weeks ago I took the grand champion award at the SD Grand Internationals stickfighting, and my weapon of choice was the tapado. It's a pretty satisfying thing to hit people with.

    Pretty awesome! Congrats!
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    "there's a tapado practitioner in #6 of the original Dog Brothers tapes"
    That would be Ron Harris. He trained Tapado with Romeo Mamar in the Philippines. Top Dog might have done more damage if Ron's helmet had not come off in the exchange.

    In a further explanation of the Tapado strikes, the ability to "reset" the strike immediately is of great importance. Like how a fabricating machine executes a function and then resets to repeat it as many times as is necessary, with the alternate option of going #1 to #2, or #2 to #1. etc.

    When explained to me, the Tapado strikes were designed to strike the opponent's weapon and then "drainpipe" their way down the shaft to strike the hand if hand contact was not made by the first strike.

    I recall sparring with someone years ago with staffs and applying this principle. Worked very well. He was a Wu-Shu trained man and had difficulty executing the twirly stuff against the "I Smash You" mindset of Tapado. Also a chiropractor he said that his hands could not take much more of a beating as almost every strike either landed or was funneled down to the hands.
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