Thread: Dan Inosanto Panantukan Videos
02-12-2010, 18:50 #1
Dan Inosanto Panantukan Videos
Someone put the virtually the entire Panantukan series from the Definitive Inosanto Collection DVD set up on You Tube. I don't know how long it will remain up there but I thought that some of you who may be curious about FMA empty hand work might enjoy seeing it. In addition to showing the techniques Guro Dan spends some quality time discussing the origins of the movements found in Panantukan to include his personal influences of Juanito "John" LaCoste, "Lucky" Lucay Lucay, and Max Sarmiento. He also demonstrates how the movements common to FMA empty hand work often derive from weapons usage and makes comparisons to other systems such as Chinese Kung Fu and Fencing. There is over 70 minutes of material but it is well worth a look.
Very good stuff in my view.
Here are the links:
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02-12-2010, 20:57 #2
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02-12-2010, 22:05 #3
Thanks for posting the videos. It was very interesting, and enlightening, to see FMA with their empty hands. Great post!Colby Sharp
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