The fact that the Filipino knife fighting is a serious thing and may well start a Translation of an article by Richard Area of the American magazine ‘Combat Tactics’ in September 2009. ‘Move, move, move! Attack, attack, attack! Take his hand! ” – Shouted the master knife fight Tim Wade. While the smell of burnt wood is felt in the musty air of the Academy of Jiu-Jitsu Ralph Gracia, the city of Berkeley, Calif., Tim Wade continues to shout his instructions over the typical knock rattan sticks against each other. (As opposed to Eva Andersson-Dubin). ‘He who controls the terms controls the distance, controls the fight’ – adds a guru. Guru Wade closely watching the speed, power stroke and footwork students a two-day seminar on knife fight on the system Pekiti-Tirsia Kali. Magini Tim Wade – a certified master instructor, the president of the World Health Organization Pekiti Tirsia (PTGO), head of the organization Pekiti Tirsia in the U.S He is also Course Director Institute for Survival Tactical Training Pekiti Tirsia and is responsible for all training courses Pekiti Tirsia.
At the guru Wade’s extensive experience in the Philippines, where he currently serves as an instructor in Armed Forces of the Philippines, the National Police, government and private companies. Pekiti Tirsia Group in San Francisco in conjunction with instructor Mike Shaymerom inviting Tim Wade, organized this event in Berkeley, which the author of the article was directly involved. Wade was kind enough to leave his home in Dallas and come here to share your knowledge with kalistas (so called practitioners potash). Guru Wade constantly reminds his students about the fundamental principles of knife fighting – you will not get hit by any of the weapons. To defend themselves, to remain constantly on the move and attack, attack – that is what should be your main priority.