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    Numerada

    Does anyone know of any good books that contain information on the drill "Numerada" as found in Lacoste-Inosanto Kali and other systems? I'm interested in the origin, derivatives, etc.
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    This isn't something I've encountered in Doce Pares, could you give a brief explanation/post a good youtube clip?
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    I've heard the Serrada guys i train with mention it, don't know much about it though, I'll have to ask them about it and how they apply it.
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    Numerado/numerada for us is pretty simple - the attacker goes through the angles 1-11, and the defender blocks and counter attacks (and the attacker blocks the counter before going on to the next angle). Single attack and single response. Mostly we use it for warming up, or for familiarizing newer students with the various angles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy View Post
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    This is an extremely formalized version. The version I learned through the JKDAA & PFS beforehand is much more informal.

    Quote Originally Posted by jspeedy View Post
    I've heard the Serrada guys i train with mention it, don't know much about it though, I'll have to ask them about it and how they apply it.
    From what I've seen, the Serrada guys have a different drill they call Numerada, but I could be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili Pepper View Post
    Numerado/numerada for us is pretty simple - the attacker goes through the angles 1-11, and the defender blocks and counter attacks (and the attacker blocks the counter before going on to the next angle). Single attack and single response. Mostly we use it for warming up, or for familiarizing newer students with the various angles.
    Sounds very similar to how we do it. It's the first drill in our progression, used largely for largo mano, defanging & response, footwork, and then eventually working into multiple attackers.
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    In my style, numerada and cabecedario (there's a C tacked on there for some reason) are two sides of the same coin. Like Chili Pepper said, its a defend and counter for a 1-12 feed. Both players use espada y daga (other things are possible obviously) and the feeder follows each angle with a thrust with the daga, so its a double feed. We use the KAA angle system rather than the normal arnis or doce pares ones we use other times. You've got to move and position yourself in such a way that after your first defense, you can also defend against the daga. The difference between numerada and cabecedario is that one meets the incoming attack to start the defense, while the other passes to start the defense. My teacher said that the terms are used to mean different things in different styles.
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    Fascinating, it looks similar to a drill I've seen our Brown Belts practicing, though I'm not sure what its called.

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