I will be in #NYC for show how #panuntukan is #fun and #interesting#todo#usa#brooklyn#fight#martialarts#boxing#dirtyboxing#geneva#switzerland#swiss#kongperformancegeneve#Repost@umabrooklyn
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We are happy to announce the return of 12 year Professional Boxing Veteran, Lionel Fabregue (@kong.performance) to @umabrooklyn this Fall! .
On Saturday November 17th from 11am - 3pm he will cover the PFA methodology along with his extensive Boxing knowledge and teach all that attend. The cost for this event is $100 and is open for all to be apart of. .
I want to thank Yan Sulpice (@yanmuni) for connecting with me years ago and showing me the methodology / Concepts that @stephanepourre had created....There is great value in cross training as a Jeet Kune Do Martial Artist and I believe this approach to Panantukan as Martial Sport is a valuable system to study. .
In this video you’ll see Lionel and his training partners Yan Sulpice and Thomas Euzenat along with their teacher Stephane. Without them I think Lionel would still only be a 12 year retired boxing vet. 😂🤣🤣🥊 lol (kidding) .
From the words of PFA (@panuntukanfranceassociation) founder Stéphane Pourre this is what PFA is: .
The PFA methodology.
What is it?
The question is often asked.
Not a new discipline.
Not another revolutionary self defense method.
Not a sport in the system of competitions .
It is simply an articulated methodology around the panuntukan or Filipino boxing. But adapted to all types of sports or martial boxing workouts.
Develop the partner's adaptation to all unknown in flow, movement.
Work in the form of series. Integrate them into drills or "Combos" of boxing feet and fists. Then integrate them into theme assaults. Then free.
All with the specificities of of.
The game on the structure in boxing or fighting.
The concept of concepts such as central lines or pressure forward, etc.
The development of attributes such as reaction speed, stability and others.
It's all fun and not taking seriously. .
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