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Filipino Kuntao
The Art of Jing Shen Jie Fang "Free Spirit" Fighting

Rick Hernandez

Filipino Kuntao, a brutally effective fighting art, combines the low-line kicks of Filipino sikaran with the dynamic footwork and punishing strikes of Chinese Kuntao.

In this DVD, Rick Hernandez leads you step-by-step through the explosive footwork, kicking and striking methods of Filipino Kuntao. He then shows how these components flow together to create a virtually unstoppable fighting system. Kuntao doesn't just hit an opponent, it teaches you how to shatter him when you strike.

Hernandez, a kuntao master, received his training directly from Filipino martial arts master Florendo Visitacion. Having said that, like all the products carried in the NNSD martial arts book shelf, the concepts can be easily incorporated into whatever style you practice.

Filipino Kuntao: The Art of Jing Shen Jie Fang "Free Spirit" Fighting (Paladin Press) color, 150 minutes.

DVD,  Item# Dfilkuntao
DVD -- $77     Retail 79.95

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Comments about Filipino Kuntao Include:
In a world filled with dangerous individuals, one of the highest compliments I offer is awarding someone "Crosshair" status. It is short for "The only way I'd mess with him is through crosshairs" status. While the idea of sniping someone from a great distance may not sound particularly professional or complimentary, among the often grim humor of those whose job it is to face danger it is an understood standard. It means that the person is too good, too dangerous and too on top of his game to safely take them down in any other way. Rick Hernandez is such an individual, an ex-Brooklyn street thug and Army Ranger, the man was dangerous BEFORE he started studying Kuntao. While my opinion is that pure kuntao is too excessively brutal for self-defense, the concepts that make it extremely effective can be scaled back to operate within judicious use of force standards without losing their effectiveness. On the other hand for individuals operating within combat zones or in high-risk professions where quickly and effectively neutralizing an immediate threat is necessary you're going to want to know the information in this tape. My only complaint about his tapes is that while Rick is a funny, vivacious and exciting teacher in person, he stiffens up in front of a camera. He's not going to get any academy awards for acting, but if you learn what he is talking about in this tape, you might be around to watch the next Academy Awards on T.V. -- Marc MacYoung


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