Practical Self Defense 2 DVD Set by Edgar Sulite
Part 1 Edgar explores ways to defend yourself against a knife attacker. Edgar starts with the basic footwork. Next; he teaches defenses using the stick. Edgar interchanges a tennis racquet; an umbrella; a handkerchief and a belt in place of the stick and demonstrates their appropriate applications. Approx. 50 minutes. 1994
Part 2 In this DVD, Edgar continues his self-defense lesson against the knife attack. He progresses to empty hand counters based on the Lameco eskrima principles. First; a review of the basic footwork patterns. Taught next are a variety of methods for redirecting the knife attack. Also shown are a variety of disarms. Edgar concludes with self-defense techniques based on common hold-up situations. 50 minutes.
The late Punong Guro Edgar Sulite dedicated his life to mastering the art of Eskrima. From his early days in Tacloban City and Ozamis City,and later in Manila, and finally in the United States, he was able to engage in intensive one-to-one training with many of the top masters of the Philippines. With his high level of proficiency, he was able to creatively synthesize his knowledge to form "Lameco Eskrima", a system that deals with long, middle and close ranges.
Digitally remastered from original videocassette.