The Arnis Lima Lima Techniques of Kuntaw

A. Five Blocking - (Lima-Gang)
  1. Right upper side
  2. Left upper side
  3. Right lower part
  4. Left lower part
  5. Center part
  • B. Five Striking - (Lima-Taw)
    1. Right strike, shoulder level
    2. Left swing, shoulder level
    3. Right strike, knee level
    4. Left swing, knee level
    5. Right strike center from the sun
    C. Five Thrust - (Lima-Sok)
    1. Reverse
    2. Overhand
    3. Reverse overhand
    4. Single hand overhand to head
    5. Single hand reverse to head
    D. Three Types of Blocking -
    1. Direct blocking (Palatub)
    2. Hold Strike block (Saggang-hataw)
    3. Flow blocking (Pa-agos)
    E. Five Disarming - (Lima-Gaw)
    1. Twist down
    2. Scissor twist
    3. Wrist twist
    4. Rib twist
    5. Shoulder Clip
    F. Five Arm Locks - (Lima-Tringka)
    1. Side
    2. Front
    3. Shoulder
    4. Back
    5. Neck
    G. Counter Strike - (Gantig-Hataw)
    1. From right strike, left swing and right swing
    2. From left strike, right swing and left swing
    H. Figure (8) Eight Techniques - (Pamamaraan Largo Otso)
    1. Single Sinawali
    2. Single Abanaka Sinawali
    3. Double Sinawali
    I. Figure - X - (Redonda-Ekis)

    J. Basic Fundamental Forms - (Balangkasan-Anyo)
    1. Balangkas-Isa
    2. Balangkas-Dalawa
    3. Balangkas-Tatlo
    4. Balangkas-Apat
    5. Balangkas-Lima
    K. Advanced Form - (Mataas na Anyo)
    (Moro-Moro)
    1. Sarswuela

    NOTES:

    SINAWALI - Is a practice form of a counter strike (Ganting-Hataw) movements.
    It derives it's name from the word Sawali, which is a native Pilipino walling material. It is made of intertwined thinned bamboo used in Nipa Huts (house) during SEVEN DECADES.