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Kali Sikaran is a Filipino Martial Art that combines techniques from other Philippine martial arts such as Panuntukan, Sikaran, Kadena De Mano and Dumog. By practicing and enhancing these techniques, it teaches students to adapt to any kind of situation. Kali Sikaran helps an individual develop speed, coordination, stamina, strength and reflexes that improve self-defense and fighting skills.One of the most prominent Kali Sikaran martial artists is Dan Inosanto who also trained under the legendary Bruce Lee

The training concepts of Kali Sikaran are unique to the system. They are based on Panantukan (Filipino Boxing), Sikaran (Filipino Kickboxing), Stick fighting, Daga (Knife Fighting Training), Kadena De Mano (Close Quarters Range) and Dumog (Grappling). In Kali Sikaran these concepts are woven together into a complete and very effective fighting system. Any improvement in one aspect of the system will accelerate change and immediately enhance another. In a combination of empty hand training and weapons training, the practitioner will develop agility, balance, coordination, dexterity, endurance, flexibility, reflexes, speed, and strength that support both defensive and offensive fighting skills. The Kali Sikaran practitioner is trained to be able to adapt to any given situation.


Dan Inosanto was born on July 24 1936.He is an American Filipino Martial Arts (FMA) instructor.
He teaches The Art and Philosophy of Jeet Kune Do, Filipino Martial Arts, Shoot wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Silat, Mixed Martial Arts and other arts at his Marina del Rey, California school, the Inosanto Academy of Martial Arts. He received a shodan from and was an instructor for Ed Parker in American Kenpo Karate before becoming a student of Bruce Lee.Dan Inosanto is one of three people allowed by Bruce Lee to teach his Martial Arts system, and the only one to be given Instructorship in Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do of the third level.He also studied with dozens of martial art masters elsewhere in the United States, Southeast Asia, and Europe, including Johny Lacoste (Kali, or Kamong Lihok), and Chai Sirisute (Muay Thai)

Big Stan (2008) .... Knife Guy
Redbelt (2008) .... Joao Moro
Brazilian Brawl (2003) (V) .... Ruben
Out for Justice (1991) .... Sticks
Big Trouble in Little China (1986) (as Daniel Inosanto)
Sharky's Machine (1981) .... Chin No. 1
Long de ying zi (1981) (as Danny Inosanto)
Skirmish (1981)
Game of Death (1972) (Filipino fighter)

Fight Science (2006)
Modern Warriors (2002)
Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (2002)
Bruce Lee in G.O.D.: Shibteki ygi (2000)
Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey (2000)
Famous Families(1999)(The Lees: Action Speaks Louder)
The Path of the Dragon (1998)
E! True Hollywood Story (Brandon Lee)(1997)
Curse of the Dragon (1993)
Bruce Lee, the Legend (1977)
The Warrior Within (1976)
Life and Legend of Bruce Lee (1973)



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