Arnis is a sport that can be both enjoyable and physically taxing. Either in physical education class or as your preferred sport, you will come across arnis. I discovered that I can utilise Arnis for self-defense after seeing the video our physical education lecturer gave us.
Arnis, also known as Kali or Escrima, is the national self-defense martial art of the Philippines, and it focuses a significant emphasis on battle utilising weapons.In addition, Arnis instructs students in joint locks, weapon disarming, and hand-to-hand combat.
Improved hand-eye coordination, reaction times, dexterity, brain function, depth perception, agility & stability, and practical weapon defence are all benefits of the method. Students of Real Martial Arts practise Arnis with one or two 26-inch sticks, open hands, short swords and daggers, long bos, and long swords.
The progressive nature of Arnis makes it a potent close-combat martial art. Each set of moves builds on the previous one, inflicting more damage and exerting greater influence over the target.