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  • What should I wear?
    The student's outfit includes the official CCFB t-shirt and black pants. If you do not have them, you can wear something dark without any brand or something else.
  • Do I need to bring any equipment?
    For the beginning only your safety goggles. After 2 months of training you will need your own pair of sticks and at least, one knife. Later on you will need to have your own training sword and training tomahawk and build your knife-belt.
  • Where is the school located?
    Check current timetable for further information.
  • When are classes held?
    Check current timetable for further information.
  • Do I need prior experience to join your school?
    No, you don't need any prior experience to join our classes. We welcome beginners and provide a supportive environment for learning and growth.
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    Your training gear (safety goggles, training knife, stick) if you have, a flash light, a bottle of water, your towel and a second t-shirt. If you're a beginner and you don't have anything, don't worry I'll provide to you what you need to start.
  • How many classes can I attend?
    Two times a week is good for you to reach a good level but it purely depends on you and how seriously and responsibly you want to train.
  • Is there a ranking system?
    Yes, there are 9 levels in total. Related article you'll find here.
  • What is flow?
    For me flow is how comfortable you feel with your techniques and your environment. But also how you can pass from one technique to another in unspecified order. It is very important and yet very advanced not to get stuck in obstacles that your opponent raises against you.
  • What does CCFB means?
    It's the abbreviation of Combined Chinese and Filipino Boxing.
  • Who is the founder of CCFB?
    CCFB was founded by me, Sifu Angelos Fasois. It is based on my studies in various martial arts disciplines, particularly the Chinese and Filipino martial arts.
  • Is there any full contact fighting?
    Yes, there is, with necessary precaution.
  • Do I need a training partner?
    CCFB can be practiced with or without a partner with the use of double baston, solo Baston or any other weapon eg knife, tomahawk, bullwhip etc. A practitioner will be able to develop the flowing motion needed for effective strikes. CCFB is a path that you have to cross alone with the help of your team!
  • Is CCFB focused on a specific range of fighting?
    For us there are 4 distances, largo, medio, corto and punyo. Emphasis is placed in corto and punyo or in close quarter fighting. But we do not neglect the rest!
  • Is there any empty hand fighting?
    Yes there is. Panantukan is the art of empty hand fighting. This blade influenced boxing art focuses on limb destruction, intercepting an opponent’s offense, off balancing your opponent, punching in both leads and using a variety of hand, fist and arm surfaces for striking. Punches, elbows, knees, head butts, low kicks, shoulder and forearm strikes are combined with a diverse combination of body manipulations and “nasty” tactics to form an extremely effective ‘boxing’ method. Target areas vary from western style boxing in that the art is less a ‘competitive’ format than a ‘combative’ one.
  • How long does it take for someone to become advanced?
    The more you practice the more "lucky" or effective you become. Unfortunately, I cannot give a satisfactory answer. All depends on your work and will power.
  • Are there any secrets?
    Secrets are what you don't know and remain so, if you don't exercise. As you practice you learn; Everything is clear in front of you. I don't hide anything!
  • Do you use protective equipment?
    Yes, it's necessary to avoid permanent damage to your body which will afflict you later. Youth and stupid mistakes pay off later. My responsibility as a teacher is to educate you and take care about your safety in practice.
  • I have a few extra pounds, can I deal with the system?"
    Yes, your extra pounds are not a problem.
  • Do I need to be physically fit?
    No, you don't. With the passage of time it acquires the endurance you need to have.
  • Do you offer self-defense classes?
    Yes, we offer self-defense classes that focus on practical techniques and strategies for personal safety. These classes are suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels.
  • I did another style of martial art, can I adapt?"
    Another martial arts style will give you a positive advantage to start.
  • What is different from other martial arts?
    The pedagogy I use to develop someone. My insistence on looseness and flow. Αnd the accuracy of hitting something.
  • From what age can one watch? Can Minors?
    CCFB classes are for adults only.
  • How easy is it to remember the drill?
    Everything depends on the training you are doing and your will to learn.
  • How hard is to learn the system?
    The CCFB system of training is built on natural movements and instinctive reactions. Our goal is to give students practical, usable skills in the shortest time possible. Furthermore, our system is designed to be beneficial for all. Our techniques and training are never a contest of strength or power. Our system is designed for dealing with attackers that are bigger and stronger, using techniques, tactics, and determination training. Although the system is easy to start learning, it takes regular practice over time to really build the muscle memory and train your reactions. When you train self-defense, you are training a life skill that goes beyond dealing with dangerous situations: it builds confidence, awareness, discipline, and personal strength for dealing with the challenges of everyday life.
  • What a weapon teaches you?
    Pacing, timing, precision, control of the weapon, correct sense of distance, enhances the spatial awareness, ambidexterity and dexterity. While at the same time it strengthens and develops your skills in unarmed combat. It enhances the sharpening of thought and also the reflexes. Promotes safety rules anddisciplined behavior. It develops respect for the weapon itself. The above applies to any weapon, even some that nowadays it is considered unrealistic.
  • What are the benefits of practicing martial arts?
    Martial arts offer numerous benefits, including improved physical fitness, self-confidence, discipline, stress relief, self-defense skills, and a sense of community. It's a holistic approach to personal development.
  • How do I get started?
    To get started, simply contact me. To book an introductory lesson.
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