Check out this Link to a great little martial art book store and their stock on Serrada Eskrima Books.
This was a great TED talk about the cognitive benefits of training FMA. Pretty cool lecture.
I remember training with GM Giron in his backyard for my first lesson. He gave me the basics and the foundation for my journey.
The focus of Arts into a NonClassical Set. I really like the way Sifu Joe has blended his Escrima, WingChun, Silat, and Kenpo. I feel like this is our mission also, to beable to blend the “essential” concepts of these other arts into our Eskrima skills.
I found these diagrams on the basic hand techniques of WingChun on the web. The top one is illustrating the basics of one arm Chi Sao.
I have often heard it said that the most important belt in MA’s is the white belt. Even after passing Black, Guro, Sifu, or whatever that system considers its graduate level. One must always be a student, so one is always learning.
An interesting article on the martial arts of StarWars.
Star Wars: An American Martial Arts Film Franchise?