Pekiti-tirsia Kali is an ancient martial art of the Philippines. “Kali” in the name of martial arts denotes its relationship to the ancient arts of Kali.
Pekiti-tirsia is primarily the art of owning different weapons, and secondly, it is the art of combat. Those in possession of pecity-tirsia believe that it will be easier for martial arts students to remember the correct directions of movement if they train with a stick and then with real weapons. Then, when the student will hold receptions with his bare hands, he will apply the same movements unconsciously.
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