Dumog – Filipino Wrestling Martial Arts. Dumog is a Filipino style of stand-up wrestling. It also refers to the grappling techniques used by many. This program is a great addition striking techniques being used in self-defense. Mano-mano is an empty hands system taught in the Kombatan. Reviewed by Roberto Pedreira. Dumog is the “art of moving a body from point A to point B”, Paul Vunak explains. The techniques of Dumog are few, and simple.

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Grappling in Eskrima – The Basic Principles of Dumog

But as always, you be the judge. Dumog Hardening Techniques The tempering process The hands are tempered by slapping the banana trees and for hardening the hands are smashed by slapping into the bark of a tree.

Hubud is a different matter. Then the action techniqjes couple of techniquss sometimes little longer, depends on the skill of the Dumoguero. In effect, you are using your opponent’s energy to your advantage The biceps pull and biceps push are best used in cooperation with each other. Your hands should be facing the opposite directions in such a way that you can straighten his arm out.

Even Mike Tyson won’t be able to hurt you, Vu promises of course, he doesn’t put it in writing.

Dumog – Wikipedia

Dymog course, you have to get the technique first. This bark of a tree is freshly cut with the juice still fresh became the useful medicinal liquid that will help to harden the hand. Anyone who knows Vu will be able to guess that the methods he recommends are 1 hubud, 2 straightblast, and 3 gunting.

Tai Chi uses push arm techniques they do workand so do some Brazilian Technisues Tudo fighters. There is a complete determination to win dmuog challenged is called for by another Dumoguero. You now lever yourself out, using your right hand to brace against his massively muscled chest if necessaryand grab his right wrist with your right hand. You must sense, or anticipate, the moment when your opponent will plant his foot to regain the balance that was lost during the biceps push.


The Dumog techniques are similar to Menang kabaw. Put your hips, legs and upper body behind each movement fully. Dumog also contains methods of joint-locking and choking, as well as takedowns, throws and submission holds.

Instead look for a way to strike that will cause pain and shock first and then find away to get out of his grip. Dumog Tactics of Defense 1.

Immediately after the low tide, the Dumoguero goes into the shoreline and find a suitable place for him to practice. Here, the opponent places both hands over the other opponent, ears similar to the method used in grabbing sumog steering wheel of a car. After the vigorous training and the elbow is already bleeding, then a medicinal oil is applied to the cuts.

The sandy portion after the high tide is ideal for elbow training. So there’s nothing really revolutionary in Dumog. Both players put their two hands at techniqhes back. Retrieved from ” https: If it sounds unrealistic, try it. Both systems can be combined or learnt independently. Vu spends a fair amount of time on set-ups. Vu teaches this as a bonus. As a distraction, maybe, but it seems an inefficient one at best.

It consists of standup grappling and wrestling, utilizing off-balancing techniques, throws, and neck turning to force an opponent to the ground. Vu does it with his knuckles instead, hoping to take out the nerve. I don’t know if there is a connection or not, but on “Head Butts, Knees, and Elbows” tape 3 in the JKD Streetfighting seriesVu concludes the tape techniquws footage of him beating the hell out of various fruits and vegetables.


In other words, you have to be more careful with this one.

Using arm levels, pushing, pulling, and control of the head. Dumog Also known as Filipino wrestling Focus Grappling Country of origin Philippines Olympic sport no Dumog is the Filipino style of wrestling while standing upright and refers to the grappling aspect of Filipino martial arts.

In the sport of Dumog, proper technique and process calculation techniquds critical to victory.

A choke point is a military term meaning “controlling area”. During the hardening, while the forearm is smashed against the branch, the juice of the bark is medicinal that helps to harden the forearm.

In most cases, if there are feuds between family against family, the first to be called to be the middle man to pacify the trouble is the Dumoguero because the presence of the Dumoguero scares everybody. The word D umog is most commonly used in Mindanao and the Visayas, while the word B uno is used in Luzon, specifically in the Southern Tagalog-speaking provinces as far south as Mindoro.

However, it has to be said that seeing everything done from many angles and entries aids comprehension and Vu is entertaining to listen to, in a whacky sort of way. Since there is no more “give” left and you are making him light by lifting him slightly off the floor, he will be easy to move in any direction, provided that you keep the upper arm bone tight.