Filipino Boxing, also known as Panantukan, Mano Mano, Suntukan, and Dirty Boxing, is a no nonsense self defense system derived from the movements of weaponry from the Filipino Martial Arts. Learn to utilize punches, kicks, elbows, knees, head butts, and other physical weapons in a wide array of combative combinations. This course will greatly improve physical fitness as well as situational awareness when taken multiple times.
Showcased in Hollywood films such as: The Bourne Identity Trilogy, Chronicles of Riddick, Quantum of Solace, and Equilibrium, this art of fist fighting is not used for sport, but as a means of a street-oriented fighting system. The lines of attack are derived from the usage of a knife in Filipino Martial Arts. Panantukan is specifically focused on empty hand techniques with the intention of ending an unwanted physical conflict as quickly as possible.
This is a single day sampler to showcase the art to those interested in learning a new martial art, or learning techniques to defend themselves. We will be offering a 6 week summer course to present this martial art.
General Admission of $10 at the door.
No spectators allowed.
Where: Mt. San Antonio College
Building 27A , Room 108.
When: May 30, 2015 11AM - 12:30 PM
For further information, contact:
Instructor: Steve del Castillo
Assistant: Mark Gonzales