I know that the 64 attacks was added to the curriculum, but I have seen film footage of the orignal 32 attacks that GT Gaje was teaching early on. I don't know if he decided to create that to teach in some systematized manner, but it existed back in the 70's.
Back in the early 70's many of the East Coast FMA masters worked together, definitely cross system amaglmation went on.
Guro Steve L.
It's unfortunate that the main body of Pekiti pratictioners is so far from the main body of sayoc and atienza praticioners; I'd like to see more of what the systems show about each other, since they deal with such similar areas of application. (It's also unfortunate that Tim Waid would die before he'd host someone from outside the system)
Definitely agree with you there SelfCritical.
Given that... after e-mailing him and finding out there are barely any active training groups in the DFW for PTK. (and he is a DFW local)
Originally Posted by selfcritical
It seems like he'd rather let PTK die than let someone who's a better administrator take over.
I'm surprised he doesnt have a school or something going given how active Austin and Houston and San Antonio are