Tabak-Toyok

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The tabak-toyok (sometimes colloquially referred to as chako) is a Filipino flail weapon consisting of a pair of sticks connected by a chain. It is closely related to the Okinawan nunchaku, the primary difference being that the Filipino version tends to have shorter handles and a longer chain than its Okinawan counterpart, making it better suited for long range. Each handle is approximately eight inches long. The length of the rope or chain that connects the handles is approximately 6 to 7.5 inches, but the weapon's ideal size depends on the user. Because the small size of the tabak-toyok allows for easy concealment, it is often used in street brawls in the Philippines.

Filipino martial artist Dan Inosanto teaches tabak-toyok techniques as part of his kali curriculum. He introduced the weapon to his friend and student, the martial artist and actor Bruce Lee.[1] Lee would later become famous for using the similar nunchaku in his films.

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The First nunchaku organization in the Philippines founded by Filipino member's of International Nunchaku Community General Information

Filipino Nunchaku Community the Home of filipino nunchaku enthusiasts Combat or Freestyle. This group started on 2013 the 5 filipino member of International Nunchaku Community is called Freestyle Nunchaku Forum (FNF) created a group called Pinoy Chucker us association of filipino nunchaku enthusiasts. In 2016 The group is continue to grow the filipino Administrator of Freestyle Nunchaku Forum Sir. Howard Lee he created a logo and the group given name as Filipino Nunchaku Community at same year the FNC create a Video us Collaboration of FNC member

The FNC Administrator

Howard Lee - Admin of International Nunchaku Community the freestyleforum.net (FNF), He is the leader of the group

Marlon Bangkil - Global Moderator of International Nunchaku Community the freestyleforum.net (FNF), Creator and Manage of the Official Facebook Page of FNC since the founding of this group and manage the Facebook Group and Youtube Channel of FNC

Risty Ababa - Creator and Manage of the Official Facebook Group of FNC

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