Untalan's Martial Arts Center

2 Timothy 1:7 NLT
For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline

Filpino Arts of Escrima/Arnis

 

Angel Cables.-Born in the Philippines in 1917, Cabales moved to the United States in the late part of 1939. He is acknowledged as the Father of Eskrima in the United States. Angel Cabales was the first to open a school (Stockton, CA) that taught the art of Eskrima to both Filipino and non-Filipino students.

Notable Student: Bruce Juchnik of Angel Cabales -Serrada Escrima 

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 Remgio Amador Presas (December 19, 1936 – August 28, 2001) was the founder of Modern Arnis, a popular Filipino martial art. Born in the Philippines, he moved to the United States in 1974, where he taught his art via seminars and camps. In 1982 he was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame as Instructor of the Year. He published several books and videos on Modern Arnis and is recognised as the "Father of Modern Arnis".

Notable Student: Bruce Juchnik of Remy Presas

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 Bruce Juchnik , Head of the Majapahit Association, Serrada Escrima and Arnis, Auburn Ca 

 

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Notable Student of Bruce Juchnik:  Ed Untalan  - Serrada Escrima and Modern Arnis, Certified  Lakan Antas - Black Belt - Instructor Majapahit Association 

 

 

 

 


Cabales met a man named Feliscimo Dizon on the docks of Manila. Dizon taught Cabales the stick fighting skills. They trained together on a daily basis with a round kamagong, dagger and empty-hands. Cabales trained hard and became fluent in the many aspects of the system. Through many traveling experiences he made his home in Stockton, CA. In 1966 he decided to teach the Serrada art to the general public. He always enjoyed sharing his many stick-fighting adventures through his rough life in the Philippines and United States.

He is greatly missed in the martial art community and will always be remembered as one of the greatest Grandmasters of the Filipino Martial Arts.