Bring the fight to your opponent with triangular footwork. Now that you can hit hard with what you've learned in the first Video, you are ready for the next step -- FOOTWORK. This footwork is based on the Pekiti Tersia system. Because the very name "Pekiti Tersia" means "close quarters" in the ILONGO dialect of the Philippines, the system places considerable emphasis on closing footwork.
With this Video you learn to move on the outside, create an opening, close and finish your opponent. If you can do this in stickfighting-imagine how effectively you will close empty handed! The Video finishes with a professional woodworker discussing the different types of fighting sticks and a section on what you should know about fighting gear.
This series is aimed at the application side of the Art. Each of the six Videos in the series focuses on a particular aspect of real fighting skill. Throughout these Videos the teaching is illustrated by real fights. These fights are not tournament "full contact stickfighting" pillow fights that you may have seen, but "Real Contact Stickfighting" as done by the recently surfaced underground group "The Dog Brothers". Under Real Contact rules, EVERYTHING short of deliberately putting your opponent in the hospital is allowed - any stick techniques, punching, kickboxing, elbowing, kneeing, headbutting, trapping, throwing, grappling, locking, and choking are all allowed against anywhere on the body. Seeing how the material taught in these tapes is applied in real time will deeply accelerate your learning. 85 min. Video in ENGLISH Language