CURRICULUM COMPLET
FOOTWORK.
Sidestepping 90* and 180* turns
Ducking Squatting, springing, kneeling and low work in general
Forward Triangle Offensive footwork-the triangle’s apex points toward opponent
Reverse Triangle Counter-offensive footwork-the triangle’s base points toward opponent
Wave-in / wave-out Long range baits, fakes, and retreats
Take-offs A running attack that changes direction one or more times
Ranging A 45*, 90*, and 135*stepping, leaping or spinning attack, sweeping
“L” Pattern 90 turns
“M” Pattern two forward triangles side by side. Symmetrical in drills – asymmetrical in application
“N” Pattern Forward triangle with long sidestep
“W” Pattern Two reverse triangles side by side. Symmetrical in drills – asymmetrical in application
“Star” Pattern Superimposed forward and reverse triangles in which the apexes change positions
Plus variations such as Diamond, Hourglass and Box

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Déplacements
PEKITI-TIRSIA SINGLE STICK TECHNIQUES – BASICS – 64
5 ATTACKS
Solo baston subsystem
The introduction to the different categories of stick strikes…including slashes, jabs, thrusts, escapes from wrist grabs (weapon retention), simple combinations, basic counters and recounters, and all the associated footwork.
BASIC STRIKING Forward / reverse forward, broken / reverse broken, circular / reverse circular
PATTERNS Forward pattern, reverse pattern, inverse pattern
MULTIPLES STRIKES Double, triple, quadruple
TAPPING Equal tapping and Open tapping
X FACTOR 12 follow up on your 1,2,3 or  4 striking, everything that is not a 1,2, 3 or 4 is a X or 5 (jab, vertical, left hand, trust, witik etc)
MULTIPLE ATTACKS
Sabay Sabay na Sugod 
Jab, Takedown, Slash, Overhead, Uppercut, Close spacing-multiple hits.
12 ATTACKS
Abcedario
(1 to 12 in 64 attacks) 12 sets of 12 [144] basic attacks and targets. (divided into two sets of 6, a forward set and a reverse, or mirror-image set)
BASICS Sets 1 and 2 – Forward and reverse Basics
DOUBLE FORCE Sets 3 and 4 – Forward and reverse Double Force
REVERSE GRIP Sets 5 and 6- Forward and reverse Reverse grip
PUNYO Sets 7 and 8 – Forward and reverse punyo
HOOKING Set 9 and 10 – Forward and reverse hooking
BAYONET Set 11 and 12 – Forward and reverse Bayonet
FOUR WALL
Apat na Paligid
(13 to 22 in 64 attacks) basic entry technique against strikes in a simple timing drill.
UMBRELLA
Payong
(#23 to #25 in 64 Attacks) fluid entry techniques
TAPPING AGAINST THRUST
Pangising or Dakup y punyo
A drill of 3 attacks, 3 counters, and 3 recounters (#26 to #31 in the condensed 64 Attacks) Taught with “Chekete” (direct) and “Echekete” (indirect) counter to weapon-arm pinning drills, counters and recounters.
FIVE ATTACKS
Limang Sugod
( #32 to #36 in 64 Attacks) diagonal attacks, entries, and counter-to- counter drills.
BREAK IN BREAK OUT
pASoK lOob pasok labas
(#37 to #43 in 64 Attacks) linear attack, entry, and counter-to-counter drills. Taught with “Segang Labo”, a close-quarter engagement-disengagement drill that acts as a platform for close-quarter disarms, traps and takedowns.
SEVEN ATTACKS
Pitong Sugod
(#44 to #50 in 64 Attacks) Entry, off balancing, takedown or repelling techniques.
CLOCK SYSTEM
orasan
(#51 to #64 in 64 Attacks) Entries and baits with double force. Introduction to flat-of-the-blade strikes (called in Visayan “Witik” -lit. to flip or whip, but used here “to cheat”; called “Abaniko” in several other dialects).
PETALS
florete
(12 movements with foot work) Circular doubling attacks. Used in sword work to strike your opponent’s sword across his edge with the back of your blade, thus dulling his blade while sparing your own. Used with a stick as a quick hook-and-cut technique.

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PEKITI-TIRSIA SINGLE STICK TECHNIQUES – ADVANCED
Pekiti-Disarma

Pekiti- Disarming

180 disarming and takedown patterns, divided into 2 sets of 90
set 1 Stick-to-Stick disarms -(includes counterstrike, disarm, knock out, takedown and/or finishing technique) 30 angles of entry ( 5 on a high forehand- 5 on a high back hand and 4 each on forehand strike to leg, back hand to leg, straight low thrust, back hand high thrust, forehand hook thrust [1,2,3,4,5,8,9 in first 12 attacks of Abacedario] 30 counters, 30 recounters.
SET 2 Hand vs. Stick disarms (includes nerve strikes, etc.) 30 angles of entry, 30 counters, 30 recounters
Segidas

bRIDGING

36 attack combinations divided into 3 sets of 12
set 1 Attacks that bridge the gap between long and middle range
SET 2 Attacks that bridge the gap between middle and close range
SET 3 Extreme close-quarter attacks finishing with a break or takedown.
Contradas

COuNTer

36 attack combinations divided into 3 sets of 12
set 1 Multiple small quick strikes for each one of your opponent’s attacks
set 2 Above strikes expanded to multiple opponent footwork pattern drills
set 3 The form counters the first set of Segidas but the drills teach countering the “Contradas” timing versions of the 64 Attacks drills
Recontras

RECOUNTER

36 attack combinations divided into 3 sets of 12
set 1 Quick, close-quarter, multi-strike entry and break or takedown.
set 2 Medium range application of advanced footwork patterns with advanced attacks and trapping includes multiple opponent footwork drills
set 3 Long range application of advanced footwork patterns closing with advanced baits, fakes and finishing strikes.
aLPHABITO

alphabet

up to 26 attacks (depends if you use Sanskrit, Filipino, or English alphabet) based on shape of letters, used with forward triangle
NUMERADO

NUMBER

10 attacks based on the shape of numbers, used with reverse triangle.
OFFENSA DEFENSA

DEFENSA OFFENSA

Advanced evasion drills for weapon arm
huego tudo

FREE flow

Free flow without meeting weapon and any stick contact sound
PEKITI-TIRSIA DOUBLE BASTON
Dirty dozen 1 set of 12 double sticks warm up exercices.
Attacks 1 set of 12 –  Attack patterns practiced at first as symmetrical timing drills, but advanced practice involves asymmetrical combinations of patterns.
DISARMS 1 set of 12 – Double Stick disarms Double Stick.
contradas 1 set of 12 –  Entry techniques using small multi-hits, baits, ending in traps escapes or disarms.
RECOUNTRAS 1 set of 12 – Counters to the Contradas emphasizing direct power hits ending in “finishing” techniques.
BATON ET COUTEAU / ESPADA Y DAGA
Attacks There are 36 combinations divided into 3 sets of 12
set 1 Basic attacks and footwork – dagger held in hammer grip.
set 2 Intermediate attacks and footwork – dagger is switched back and forth from hammer to icepick grip.
set 3 Advanced attacks and footwork – dagger is held in icepick grip.
Disarms There are 36 disarms divided into 3 sets of 12
set 1 Hammer disarming Hammer.
set 2 Icepick disarming Hammer.
set 3 Icepick disarming Icepick.
Contradas / Counter 3 sets of 12 – emphasis on multi-hits, baits, and traps.
set 1 You and your opponent both have your daggers in hammer grip.
set 2 You hold your dagger in icepick grip while your opponent is in hammer grip.
set 3 You hold both are in icepick grip.
RECONTRAS / RECOUNTER 3 sets of 12 – emphasis on recountering contradas with direct hits, disarms and/or “finishing” techniques.
set 1 Hammer grip vs. Hammer grip.
set 2 Icepick vs. Hammer.
set 3 Icepick vs. Icepick.
Originally taught in the sequence of all the first sets, then all second sets, then third sets, which gave you:

1st set group (hammer grip vs. hammer grip) -attacks, disarms, contradas, recontras.

2nd set group (icepick vs. hammer) -attacks, disarms, contradas, recontras.

3rd set group (icepick vs. icepick) – attacks, disarms, contradas, recontras.

in addition, there are tapping and trapping drills that are not numbered but parallel the above techniques.

PEKITI-TIRSIA hand vs. KNIFE TECHNIQUES
Hand vs. Knife

basic

Empty hands versus knife attacks in sak sak (hammer) grip
Knife Tapping Primary, secondary and terciery hand
Third Hand Insertion with the free hand using striking from abecedario de mano
Knife Reversals Flow of reversing and stripping the blade from opponent
Hand vs. Knife

advanced

Empty hands versus knife attacks in Pakal (ice pick) grip
Knife Tapping Primary, secondary, terciery and quadrary hand
Third Hand Insertion with the free hand using striking from abecedario de mano
hand vs. knife

Knife finishers

12 attack combinations , plus. counters to knife defenses.
PEKITI-TIRSIA knife to KNIFE TECHNIQUES
DAGA Y DAGA
Knife to knife
2 sets of 12 attacks (Sak sak and Pakal) and 3 levels of drills
Adecedario De Sak-Sak This set of 12 teaches the basic body mechanics and footwork to use the particularities of knife in hammer grip against specific targets.
Abecedario De Pakal This set of 12 teaches the basic body mechanics and footwork to use the particularities of knife in ice-pick grip against specific targets.
level 1 Sak-Sak Versus Sak-Sak : The Passing Drill, The Locking Drill, The Scissoring Drill, The “Extras” Drill
level 2 Pakal Versus Sak-Sak : The Passing Drill, The Locking Drill, The Scissoring Drill, The “Extras” Drill
level 3 Pakal Versus Pakal : The Passing Drill, The Locking Drill, The Scissoring Drill, The “Extras” Drill
PEKITI-TIRSIA DOUBLE KNIFE TECHNIQUES
DOBLE  DAGA
DOUBLE KNIFE
5 levels of rills and techniques
Level 1

2 Sak-Sak Vs 2 Sak-Sak 

This is where the practitioner has both knives in sak-sak grips and so does the opponent.
Level 2

1 pakal / 1 Saksak Vs 2 Saksak 

The practitioner now has a mixed grip–one knife in pakal and the other held in sak-sak–while the opponent is in double sak-sak.
Level 3

1 pakal / 1 Saksak Vs same

In this section, both the practitioner and the opponent have mixed grips–pakal and sak-sak.
Level 4

2 pakal vs 2 saksak

The practitioner has a double pakal grip while the opponent has a double sak-sak grip.
Level 5

2 pakal vs 2 pakal

Both practitioner and opponent have double pakal grips.
PEKITI-TIRSIA empty hands TECHNIQUES
TEMPERING / kickboxing This is the introductory section to the empty hands section.
ABECEDARIO DE MANO 12 Attacks “Abcedario” or “Letters”: 12 sets of 12 [144] basic attacks and targets. (divided into two sets of 6, a forward set and a reverse, or mirror-image set)
Slap Sets 1 and 2 – with palm and back of hand.
fist Sets 3 and 4 – Vertical fist uppercut, one knuckle hook, 45* downward cross, hammer fist, thrusting backfist.
Elbows Sets 5 and 6- Diagonal down, diagonal up, horizontal, vertical and thrusting.
Wrist hack Sets 7 and 8 – with wrist bone.
Forarms Sets 9 and 10 – Forarms thrust and forward cut hack
Eyes jab Set 11 – whips, thrusts and gouges
Kicks Set 12 – Round house with shin : 45* up, horizontal, 45* down, reverse / front kick with shin/“sipa” kicks with bottom of foot/hooking backkick/cut kicks with edges of foot/inside and outside.hooking kicks with heel stomps.
PEKITI DE MANO Entries, traps and takedowns based on the Pekiti-Disarma.

The techniques are structured with an armed opponent in mind.

Entries Left grab, Left jab, Slap, Finger jab, Elbow, Weapon retention, Body punch, Back/hammer fist, Right cross
Hook, Wrist grab, Front choke
Locks and takedown Straight armbar, Bent armbar, Cradle, Wheel, Inside wrist lock, Outside wrist lock, Sacrifice throw, Sacrifice armbar
Scapula lock, Pins, Hammer lock, Head and neck
PEKITI-TIRSIA SPEARS TECHNIQUES
Set 1 Spear vs spear
Set 2 Spear vs spear
Set 3 Spear vs long sword

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AUTRE PEKITI-TIRSIA TECHNIQUES
Palm stick 1 set de 12 attacks utilisant un Palm Stick / Dulo Dulo mais aussi lampe torche, tactical pen etc.
Flexible weapon Introduction à l’utilisation d’armes flexibles.
Paladin sword Série spécifiquement développée pour ce type d’épée.
Walking stick Utilisation des principes du Pekiti Tirsia avec une canne de marche.