I have been training in martial arts for 15 years and have loved the physical workout and challenges. I never thought I could be a black belt, but once I started I was hooked and the black belt became inevitable. As a 4th degree black belt, I was still very actively training and competing. I found that my training has changed from being athletic and competitive to more self defense and practical. That is when I found Kali. I have often felt that some techniques in my martial arts training were designed for a bigger person to fight with and that it didn’t address protecting myself against a knife. Which has become a very common threat these days.
I began training Kali in 2015 and have since earn my status as a Guro (teacher). This art of Kali has been a great asset to my martial arts training. The similarities and differences have truly made me a better martial artist.
If you haven’t ever tried Kali – you are missing out. You don’t have to be a martial artist at all to start training. It is a stand alone system or it can enhance what you already do. Many Krav Maga practitioners are also finding this system to be a very effective training. I will be conducting a seminar on February 7th at 5pm. Please come and join me and try it out.