Combat Glima is the most brutal and efficient style of Glima, but it is always practised with the honourable attitude that characterizes the training-sessions of the Viking martial arts. The aim with Combat Glima is to be the fighter standing when the other fighter is lying down on the ground. If both fighters fall to the ground, the aim is to wrestle your way free and stand up as quickly as possible. The fight continues as long as the two fighters are within reach of each other.
Tuhon Apolo is our mentor at MAD Systems for our iKali program. He is a direct student of Grand Tuhon Leo Gaje, Jr., heir and guardian to the Pekiti Tirsia style of Kali,
With his curricula practiced by thousands of students worldwide, his goal is to share the “Learn to Teach, Teach to Learn” philosophy.