The aspect of Arnis that utilises blunt, bladed, projectile, flexible and improvised weapons for combat and self-defense
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Panuntukan is the hand to hand combat aspect of Arnis, this has been referred to as Filipino dirty boxing due to its informal, unruly and opportunistic nature to achieve better leverage in combat or street fight self-defence situations
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The kicking art and foot control aspect of Arnis that employs mostly low line kicks that focuses on hips, knee, shin and ankle destruction in conjunction with armed and unarmed combat.
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Also commonly referred to as Dumog or Buno, is the locking, throwing, out balancing and grappling aspect of Arnis. What makes it different is it's awareness of the weapon (the presence or absence of it) when executing locks, throws, grappling and other techniques.
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Paghahanda is referred to as the training and conditioning aspect of Arnis that prepares both the mind and the body to develop reaction, reflex and randomness
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Guerrero Arnis De Mano

Arnis, also known as Kali and Eskrima, is an indigenous Filipino Martial Art that comprises of Panandata (weaponry), Panuntukan (empty hands), Pagbuno (grappling and locking), Panandyakan (kicking) and Paghahanda (training and conditioning).  While "guerrero" is the Spanish word for "warrior".

Through out the Philippine history, Arnis or Kali has been utilized as defense of self, family, clan and the motherland. Arnis has been exhibited during the Battle of Mactan, Philippine Revolution against the Spaniards, and Philippine Guerilla resistance during Japanese occupation of the Philippines among others.  

Initially learned using weapons, Arnis is both an armed and unarmed fighting system with only effective and efficient techniques being passed through from one generation to another.

Guerrero Arnis de Mano (GADM) is the Arnis, Kali, Eskrima system that is founded by Guro Guerrero.  What sets Guerrero Arnis de Mano apart is it's Multi-Style System, Multi-Weapon System and Multi-range System referred to as "the tripartite"

While others can be considered as systems base on their fighting range (eg. Long range systems) or the way they handle weapons (eg. slash systems, witik systems, abanico systems), Guerrero Arnis de Mano is "counter system" utilizing different styles, range and weapon as counter to different styles, range and weapons. 
The tripartite concept is built into the training syllabus that is used by each student as he goes along to learn the art of Arnis, Kali, Eskrima.  The syllabus is progressive, building from one skill set to the other.

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Arnis Discovery Class

Discover Arnis as an effective martial arts for self-defense and work-out.  Experience Arnis through hands-on Arnis training session and know what Arnis has to offer. 

Join Guro Robert Guerrero as he walks you through the Filipino Martial Art of Arnis, Kali, Eskrima.

On 10 June 2017 from 3:00-5:00pm at the Safra Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres, Singapore 828654

This Discovery class is FREE! Email your name at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or SMS your name at +65 8782 4236 (GADM) to register for this class.

We are now at Safra Punggol

Guerrero Arnis de Mano is now training at Safra Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres, Singapore 828654 every Saturdays from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.

Click the link for more information on the Training Schedule and Training Location

Upcoming Seminar / Workshop

Having a strategy and deploying techniques that is needed for combat and self-defense situations is what separates the winner from the loser, the victor from the victim.

This high intensity workshop develops stealth attacks, reactive defense, and strategic counters that leave the threat dead on their track.

When: 4 June 2017, 12:00nn - 5:00pm

Where: Sin Ming

Registration: CLOSED


 The New Paper Sunday edition highlighting Guerrero Arnis de Mano (then United Arnis Singapore). Read all about it here Arnis Article at The New Paper

Arnis, Kali, Eskrima Arsenal

Balaraw (Dagger)
Tactical knife techniques in Arnis simulates the use of one short weapon such as Balaraw (dagger), kutsilyo (knife), Balisong (butterfly knife), and Dulo-Dulo (Palm stick). Balaraw is an interesting aspect of Panandata (weaponry) as it focuses on the use of every part of an edge weapon such a the punya (tip), Punyo (butt) as well as the edge (talim), blunt and side of the knife.
Doble Baston
Also referred to Double sticks, Doble Olisi, Dalawang Sandata ( 2 weapons), it simulates a system of 2 weapons of equal length. Training with double weapons develops ambidexterity and coordination between the 2 limbs.
Espada y Daga
Espada y Daga (sword and dagger) is a system that simulates the use of one Long and one short weapon as well as shield and weapon combinations and is unique to Filipino Martial Arts due to its combination of long and short weapon, which teaches the partitioner to transition from Long to mid or mid to short ranges and vice versa. This can be achieved by using footwork that can transcend all three ranges (largo, Medio, corto).
Mano y Mano
Mano y Mano often referred to as Empty Hand, Kamao (knuckles), Kuntao, or simply Mano represents the interpretation and adaptation of weapon techniques to empty hands.  The ability to convert or adapt or translate techniques from one type of weapon empty hand is another factor that makes Arnis unique.
Solo Baston
Solo Baston also called as solo olisi, simulates a combative system utilizing one Long weapon such as stick (for blunt weapon) and swords (for edged weapon) that focuses on the use of the weapon hand especially in Long range while it goes in tandem with the live hand (that is usually trained by Espada y Daga) for medium to close range.

About GADM

Premier Arnis, Kali, Eskrima school in Singapore

We train every Saturdays at Safra Punggol

  • Guerrero Arnis de Mano
  •  +65 8782-GADM (4236)
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  •  9 Sentul Crescent Singapore Singapore 828654 Singapore

Training Schedule

  • General Training 3:00p.m - 4:00p.m
  • Per Level 4:00p.m - 5:00p.m
  • High Performance 5:00p.m - 6:00p.m

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