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     Punong Guro at Tagapagmana Steven Dowd and listed Guros are the only authorized instructors of Arnis Balite, per the Aguillon family. Any others that claim to be instructors are not recognized as such by the Aguillon family or Punong Guro at Tagapagmana.

 
Guro Clint 'Dusty' Rhodes

Guro Clint 'Dusty' Rhodes
Reno, Nevada

Guro Clint 'Dusty' Rhodes

    Born in California in the sixties. Raised primarily in Western Nevada. Guro Rhodes is a Native American. Growing up on a ranch. Guro Rhodes learned to work hard, take pride in himself and to never give up. He was involved in many sports as a young man, but mostly in wrestling and rodeo until his early twenties.
     Guro Rhodes got married and joined the Navy in the mid-eighties. Upon completing his commitment with the Navy and then deciding to give up the rodeo life he started riding iron horses (Harleys).
     While attending Fallon Community College at night after work, he met Punong Guro Steven Dowd. Learning that Punong Guro Dowd was an instructor in a Filipino martial art known a Arnis Balite, he became extremely interested in this particular style of martial art.
     Guro Rhodes commenced his training in Arnis Balite in 2001, and earned the rank of Guro on February 04, 2005. He enjoys teaching and continues to learn and gain knowledge in the art of Arnis Balite and other Filipino martial arts.
     Guro Rhodes believes that with knowledge comes power and a great responsibility in using that power correctly.

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