Practice Palm Stick – This is called the “practice” palm stick due to the fact it has a rounded head to make it much safer to practice with an opponent. The palm stick has many names from the Japanese as well as the Filipinos as, Kubatan or Kubaton, yawara, Olisi-Palad, dulo dulo. Poro-Poro, Tabak-Malit, Malik, Pasak, Arnis sa Palad, Pocket Stick, Kudit, Dos Puntos etc.
The Palm stick is a very deceptive weapon due to its non-threatening look, but in the right hands it can be a very good self defense weapon. In ancient times women would carry these types of deceptive weapons to ward off potential threats. The palm stick is easily concealed so it can be drawn before the attacker knew what was going on. The palm stick was also used to make it easier get to a primary weapon, which in ancient times was the sword.
The palm stick is used to smash superficial nerve areas, eyes, throat groin and to grab muscle and rip. There are pain compliant take-downs to controlling or taking it to the extreme necessary with this deceptive weapon. Look at the video below to see how to use these palm sticks.
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