What is the Bihonte Combativos System?
The Bihonte (Bee-hon-te) Combativos System is a composite group of highly effective developed martial arts systems that combine to form a unique system of martial arts .
Bihonte means “Natural Law” or “Natural Motion or Natural Response”. Combativos is Portuguese for Combatives. The Bihonte system has as its core, five (5) unique martial arts systems that each focus on various aspects of hand to hand combat. These 5 systems include Mokuraiken Kempo which is emphasized by lightning fast strikes and low kicks, Jeet Kune Do (Bruce Lee’s method of kickboxing and Wing Chun), ShihKeafma (Filipino Stick and Blade Arts of Kali, Escrima and Arnis), Gracie Brazilian Jiu-jitsu/BJJ (specifically Pedro Sauer Gracie Jujitsu), and Hai Ki Chi Do,(Stand up Jiu-Jitsu).
Each of these standalone arts was developed and practiced by various martial arts masters and founders who sought to develop one highly effective martial arts system that would incorporate and complement each of the individual systems and yet allow for effective fighting methods which incorporated a blend of striking, kicking, throwing, takedowns, submissions, grappling, conditioning, joint locks, individual weapons training and weapon disarmament.
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