FMA Informative Issue No #94

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FMA Informative Issue No #94
Informative Issue No. 94
2013
Grandmaster “Hamsa” Jay Saceda Jumawan
Introduction and History
Anyo
Empty Hand Techniques
Baston Techniques
The FMA Informative was fortunate in being able to meet and talk with Grandmaster Jay Saceda Jumawan. This
is a practitioner that is very pleasant, reserved, quiet, and lets his actions speak for him.
Once Grandmaster Jumawan commences to demonstrate his art he is one of the most energetic individuals that the FMA Informative has witnessed. His movements are like poetry in motion, smooth, rhythmic, flowing, and demonstrating an energy that has no limits with a demonstration of strength and power that seems to be
a natural part of him. Grandmaster Jumawan is a most impressive individual.
Grandmaster Jumawan is a very busy man, in that he is constantly demonstrating his abilities teaching,
promoting his program called S.M.A.R.T. Arnis Sports Program, a summer sports program in Makati City, Philippines. (Mayor Jun-Jun Binay Jr. who started the program 11 years ago for the under privilege children of the
area, this year (2013) appointed Grandmaster Jumawan to head up the program for Arnis and Tae Kwon Do).
Grandmaster Jumawan has been so active and busy that it was impossible for the FMA Informative to
get him to write captions for the techniques in this issue. However if the reader looks it is for sure that you can
see the technique and understand the movements demonstrated by Grandmaster Jumawan.
Grandmaster “Hamsa” Jay Saceda Jumawan
Grandmaster “Hamsa” Jay Saceda Jumawan
Jumawan Arnis Step
274-F Sitio-8 Block-7 West Rembo Makati City, Philippines
(0909) 304-7478 / (0932) 744-3749
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Grandmaster Jumawan resides in Makati City, Philippines and works at Makati City Hall as a technician.
He is the head instructor at the Makati City Hall promoting the S.M.A.R.T. Arnis/Taekwondo Summer Program
by Mayor Junjun Binay.
Grandmaster Jumawan is the youngest Eskrimador promoted to Grandmaster 10th Dan Red Belt Pulang Patnubay, by Senior Grandmaster Vicente R. Sanchez who promoted him in 2010. Also he has been training with Supreme Grandmaster Restie Obispo and was promoted by Grandmaster Obispo on January 30, 2013
to 10th Dan Red Belt Escrima Hantik Arnis. And finally he is a student of Supreme Grandmaster Prudencio
“Undo” Caburnay.
Grandmaster Jumawan past 2 Guru’s passed away a long time ago, their names were Maestro Wencislao
Ubanan and Colonel Romeo Daclan of Cebu.
Grandmaster Jumawan has been training in Kali for 35 years, Taekwondo for 30 years, and 13 years in
Tai Chi.
Introduction and History
Anyo - Demonstrated by Grandmaster Jumawan son Jayson Jumawan
Grandmaster “Hamsa” Jay Saceda Jumawan has basically three Filipino martial arts instructors:
- Senior Grandmaster Vicente R. Sanchez of LSAI, Modern Arnis, Cinco Teros,
and Kasilagan
- Supreme Grandmaster Restie Obispo of Hantik Arnis Style
- Senior Grandmaster Caburnay of - Lapunti Arnis de Abanico International
which he credits to his style of Jumawan Arnis Step. Combining these three
systems plus of course adding his personal knowledge.
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LSAI stands for Lightning Scientific Arnis International. It is an
organization promoting and preserving the style of arnis/kali, which
was developed and refined by Grandmaster Benjamin Luna Lema. It
is a complete system of martial arts, which stresses both speed and
poser. The system encompasses solo baston, doble baston, espada y
daga, and empty hands.
(L-R) Grandmaster Jumawan
Supreme Grandmaster Restie Obispo
Senior Grandmaster Vicente R. Sanchez
The concept behind Jumawan Arnis Step is defending
if attacked using one block - one
strike. So it is the fundamentals
that when the attacker strikes,
simultaneously the student blocks
diverting the energy of the attackers strike and a strike is delivered.
In training with Grandmaster Jumawan a student learns
Mano-Mano (empty hand) and
Arnis with bladed weapons. Physical fitness is also a key in the art,
stretching and flexibility in movements for drills such as dos manos
and knife. Also developing power,
which when flexibility and power
are combined with speed and accuracy it makes for a dominating
practitioner. Of course heart is a
Characteristics of Lapunti Arnis de Abanico
Lapunti is characterised first of all by the fast “fan” like moves
or “abanico” moves of its primary teaching tool, the stick. Other
aspects similar to other styles of Arnis/Escrima are also given equal
importance. The dagger, stick and dagger, double stick and Combatto unarmed fighting are taught as well.
The footwork is a combination of classical Arnis/Escrima
forward-backward movements, a triangle system of offence and
defence and the cross-legged and twisting style learnt from Kung
Fu.
The main emphasis in Lapunti is on long range but with the
combination of the tight footwork the fighter has excellent mobility and with the speed of the strikes the encounter can be at close
range as well. The style is based on body dynamics, not strength, in
combination with the footwork.
Basic System of instruction:
The fundamentals are 12 basic Lapunti strikes. The 12 counterstrikes. Attack and retreat. Basic defence and disarming and multiple strikes.
very important factor, for without
heart truly the determination of the
coordination of mind and body is
not accomplished.
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Empty Hand
This is a sample of empty hand with a start as you see in the first two photos, however the techniques will be a
variation of different techniques.
Variation 1
Variation 2
Variation 3
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Empty Hand vs Baston
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Empty Hand vs Double Baston
Baston vs Knife
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Close up
Empty Hand vs Knife
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Baston vs Baston Set 1
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Baston vs Baston Set 2
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Grandmaster “Hamsa” Jay Saceda Jumawan and his son Master Jayson Jumawan
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