In Karate it is called kata, in taekwondo it is called poomsae and in Arnis it is called anyo. The Filipino martial art of Arnis originated from the Philippines and is being practiced by police and the military worldwide. Watch as Punong Guro Jing Gonzalez and his students at Rhonrose Martial Arts & Fitness demonstrate a basic Arnis Anyo.
Punong Guro Jing Gonzalez or PG Jing to his students started learning Arnis at an early age through Grandmasters Ernie David and Roland Dantes. He is the founder of Arnis Manila of Canada.
PG Jing is also a 2nd degree black belt in ITF-Taekwondo and has cross-trained in different martial arts like Muay Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Combat-Judo and Karate to name a few. His true love and passion is stick and knife fighting, thus he enjoys incorporating Arnis drills to different martial arts. Together with the Canadian Stickfighting Team, he recently represented Canada in the World Stickfighting Championships in Hungary as both coach and competitor where the team finished Third over-all.
A long-time vegetarian “The Speedy Veggie” as he is also known, is an active fighter is ardent fitness advocate whose goal is to be able to share his knowledge in weapons-fighting to the Canadian police and military.