Stick Combat

Locks, throws, compressions!
Smacks, cranks and screams!

This is stick fighting at its most devastating, as taught by a student of Ciriaco “Cacoy” Cañete!

Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves

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Dear Eskrima Stick Combatant,

Former Army Ranger Christopher Petrilli is one of the highest-ranked students of doce pares eskrima headmaster Ciriaco “Cacoy” Cañete, yet his skill with a stick has its own unique flavor.

According to Black Belt contributing editor Dr. Mark Cheng, Senior RKC, “Petrilli is one of the most meticulous instructors of real-world stick combatives, and his stick-lock and compression concepts are destined to pave the way for a whole new take on baton training, especially for members of the police and military.”

In this new FREE guide from BlackBeltMag.com — Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves — you get FREE access to this stick training from this eighth-degree black belt in the doce pares eskrima system!

Eskrima Stick Combat With a Grappling Twist!

Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves

Christopher Petrilli’s stick-combat skills are not limited to just doce pares eskrima. He has also trained in Aikikai aikido and silat.

In this new FREE Guide to eskrima techniques, learn how this stick-combat master brings his formidable grappling skills to bear with his doce pares eskrima expertise for devastating joint locks, throws and takedowns!

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Eskrima Stick Fighting Is More Than Just Bludgeons!

“It’s obvious to most people that you can beat someone with a stick if you so choose,” eskrima master Christopher Petrilli says. “What isn’t always obvious … is how to do the joint locks, throws and grappling techniques you learned in empty-hand training while making the best use of the stick.”

In this FREE Guide — Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves — learn from this self-defense moves expert how to combine the impact capacity of the blunt weapon with its close-quarters combat applications!

Eskrima Stick Combat: An Effective Method for Striking Vital Targets

Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves

“If I stay outside and continue to twirl my stick around, it’s pretty unlikely that I’ll get past the other guy’s weapon and close enough to do any real damage to his head, vital organs or joints,” says eskrima expert Christopher Petrilli in this FREE Guide — Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves. “But if I make use of the moment the sticks collide, I can use that information as a signal to ‘crash the gate’ and get inside to do work.”

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Don’t Know What “Hubud-Lubud” Training Is? You WILL in This FREE Doce Pares Eskrima Download!

In this FREE Guide — Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves — you’ll learn how fighting in close range involves hubud-lubud training. Widely seen as the Philippines’ answer to wing chun kung fu’s sticky-hands drills, hubud can be employed with:

  • empty hands
  • sticks
  • knives

… unlike its Chinese counterpart.

Turn Pressure Into a Devastating Weapon!

Stick Combat: Learn Doce Pares Eskrima’s Most Painful Self-Defense Moves

Doce pares eskrima master Christopher Petrilli’s synthesis of stick-fighting and locking/grappling techniques is an original take on two combat modalities that you’ll DEFINITELY want to integrate into your arsenal of self-defense moves.

“To watch [Petrilli] work single-stick methods at close range is akin to watching someone operate with four arms, a pair of pliers, a baseball bat and a catapult all at the same time,” says contributing editor Dr. Mark Cheng, Senior RKC. “Using the joint created by the meeting of his hand and the stick, he uses his forearm, usually the ulnar side, and the shaft of the stick to crush any unlucky limb.”

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Train for maximum utilization of all tools at your disposal,

Raymond