WEKAF Competition Workshop

WEKAF USA
COMPETITION WORKSHOPS
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FEBRUARY 26, 2011 ON OAHU
10:00AM-2:00PM (OLD  STADIUM PARK PAVILION , S.KING & ISENBERG ST .)
FEBRUARY 27, 2011 ON MAUI
10:00AM-2:00PM (KIHEI YOUTH CENTER , 131 SOUTH KIHEI ROAD )
This is a sanctioned
WEKAF USA training event.
These workshops are in preparation for the WEKAF USA Pacific Island Regional Tournament that will be held in Hawaii this summer of 2011
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For more information contact these instructors:
Oahu-Master Ron England
Email: worldwideaq@yahoo.com
Phone: 808- 259-9098
Maui-Senior Maestro Randy Cabanilla
Phone: 808- 871-6086
More information can be found on these websites:
www.wekafusa.org
www.olaa-naloeskrima.com
You can find these organizations on Face book.
This workshop is sponsored by
WEKAF USA & hosted
by Ola’a-nalo Eskrima
See attached flyer for complete details!

WEKAF Workshop Flyer <— Click link for Workshop Flyer!!

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PYA Martial Arts Hawaii – 5 Ranges of Combat

The ranges of combat are broken down differently for every  other martial art style, system, or school. Some break it down to just to 3 sections, others do 7 ranges, and sometimes into 10 different components. But in at Protect Yourself Academy Martial Arts Hawaii we break it down into what we call the 5 Ranges of Combat.

  1. Stand-up – Kicking, Boxing
  2. Clinch – Muay Thai Clinch, Dirty Boxing, Greco Roman, Take Downs
  3. Grappling – Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Ground and Pound, Submissions
  4. Melee Weapons – Sticks, Knives, Machetes, Hatchets, Swords, Beer Bottles
  5. Range Weapons – Fire Arms, Throwing Knives, pepper spray

There are several additional parts with in each range that we break down even further to help isolate and develop essential attributes in those section that will overall strengthen each fighting range. At Protect Yourself Academy Martial Arts we focus on giving proper weight to all 5 ranges of combat and we are careful not to treat any of the ranges as a poor step child.

Sifu Allan Jardin
ProtectYourselfAcademy.com

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