Kali KNIFE Training on Wing Chun WOODEN DUMMY – Fantastic!





Kali KNIFE Drill on Wing Chun WOODEN DUMMY – Fantastic! Train with me at my Online School of Filipino Martial Arts with exclusive Full Instruction videos at …

24 thoughts on “Kali KNIFE Training on Wing Chun WOODEN DUMMY – Fantastic!

  1. John Davis says:

    I have a bob, could you show us some bob training, not that everything I learn doesn't go straight to bob anyway, oh a thank-you for all your hard worlk. The inspiration and motivation I get from just being a follower, has been awsome for my life. I do plan on joining the school soon.

  2. Johnno Dorber says:

    I like /the fact that you showed this drill with the wooden dummy as I have one and a pair of butterfly sword/knives which I would like to apply Kali principles in using. The drill is a good start despite the butterfly knives being more of a slashing and chopping weapon.

  3. Kaliman99208 says:

    "Cut and tap", I have always called it "cut and cover" same thing, I
    just had never heard the word "tap" before. I train with Chris Kent out
    here in Boise and although I have never been taught knife drills on the
    wooden dummy per se, i found at home it was great for that! In class
    we just use a training partner. Training is only limited by ones
    imagination sometimes. Hell I even practice wrestling shooting in
    takedown drills on the wooden n dummy. Cheers!

  4. Kaliman99208 says:

    "Cut and tap", I have always called it "cut and cover" same thing, I
    just had never heard the word "tap" before. I train with Chris Kent out
    here in Boise and although I have never been taught knife drills on the
    wooden dummy per se, i found at home it was great for that! In class
    we just use a training partner. Training is only limited by ones
    imagination sometimes. Hell I even practice wrestling shooting in
    takedown drills on the wooden n dummy. Cheers!

  5. J.P. Webb says:

    Great stuff as always Kali Center! I love the Dummy sets you've shown. Below a dude asked about the "stick" on the dummy and that is even more fun. You can take your training to a whole new level with dummy practice. I train almost 100% alone for the most part and have had to get really creative. The dummy has saved my ass and now and again when I HAVE a partner, I bring it into the partner skills as well to introduce new concepts and break down to the basics. Keep up the great work!

  6. Tata Nolo says:

    Excellent work! Do you know? I learned long time ago some kali techniques buy I don't know which level or grade I reached. How could you make me an examinaton to obtain a certify from your academy?

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