“The Professor” Remy Amador Presas Teaching 6 Count!

Here is a video clip of Remy Amador Presas the founder of Modern Arnis.  I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to have trained with him on many occasions.  God bless his soul!

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Brian R. VanCise

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3 Responses to “The Professor” Remy Amador Presas Teaching 6 Count!

  1. Scott Sober says:

    I was surprised to see how different they look from us when they do six count. It looks like they are stomping when they move, interesting.

  2. Brian VanCise says:

    Hey Scott,

    We utilize more footwork and overall body movement in our 3,4,6, 10 count and beyond. More of a trianglular footwork and movement. Still understand that some Modern Arnis practitioners move almost identical to us. A good example is Rich Parsons and other practitioners from the Flint area.

  3. Brian VanCise says:

    Look at the Southern MartialTalk Meet & Greet Youtube video clip on our IRT home page where Rich and I are doing 6 count to get a feel on his movement. His footwork and movement is fantastic!

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