Volume Three: Blade Against Blade, Worden teaches the real-world blade skills every fighter should have when facing a committed attacker armed with a knife. Tactical folder or fixed blade, cut through the fallacies of knife defense, to understand technical efficiency in offense is to be prepared in defense!

Transition and Flow: Another principle taught in the Datu’s NSI curriculum is the compound concept of transition and flow. Transition is the ability to spontaneously adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of combat such as fluctuating distance, range adjustment, the variables of environment, the interplay of the foe’s actions, and so on. Ultimately, at the highest levels of martial development, transition is executed in a seamless flow of motion where the operator’s display is completely fluid, seemingly effortless, and totally effective .Such flow is kinetically articulated through a physical rhythm, jazz-like in its irregular expression of varied beats and mixed tempos. Kelly S. Worden often analogizes this concept like the crescendo and decrescendo of a high-performance motor shifting gear to gear.

DVD-21st Century Knife Volume 3

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  • Volume Three: Blade Against Blade, Worden teaches the real-world blade skills every fighter should have when facing a committed attacker armed with a knife. Tactical folder or fixed blade, cut through the fallacies of knife defense, to understand technical efficiency in offense is to be prepared in defense!

    Transition and Flow: Another principle taught in the Datu’s NSI curriculum is the compound concept of transition and flow. Transition is the ability to spontaneously adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of combat such as fluctuating distance, range adjustment, the variables of environment, the interplay of the foe’s actions, and so on. Ultimately, at the highest levels of martial development, transition is executed in a seamless flow of motion where the operator’s display is completely fluid, seemingly effortless, and totally effective .Such flow is kinetically articulated through a physical rhythm, jazz-like in its irregular expression of varied beats and mixed tempos. Kelly S. Worden often analogizes this concept like the crescendo and decrescendo of a high-performance motor shifting gear to gear.

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    According to Paladin PressKelly S. Worden is one of the most innovative minds in the martial arts world today!

    Charles Athole Murrey wrote: Wow what an education for me! Mr. Kelly S. Worden, you are pure practical genius sir.  

    Christopher Scott Lee wrote: "I feel that the best quality about Datu Worden is his teaching style. He is brutally honest about what aspects of training are important and about those that are not. This approach is perfect for the times we live in. Today's martial arts student is no longer content with the games that instructors play in order to milk more money out of their students. Many martial artists are starting to wake up to the fact that the ability to memorize thousands of techniques and drills isn't synonymous with the ability to apply one's art under pressure. More and more, people want real martial arts....a real value for their time, effort and money. By unabashedly sharing his knowledge of martial arts, Kelly Worden is a liberator, a light bringer who dispels foolishness with unconventional truth, a bold innovator, an enlightened reformer, and a friend of those stout-hearten souls who refuse to follow the herd. 

    Tom Hopkins wrote: I am more than impressed with your take on true self defense as I have bounced around for years in different styles, looking for something that would give me what I need should the need present itself.

    Glenn Lytle wrote: Hi Kelly,
    I just wanted to thank you for providing an outstanding seminar this past weekend. Your student and assistant instructors Rob, Morgan, Martin, Shaun and Ken provided not only awesome displays of their technical skills but also a wealth of knowledge and wisdom. As a gray beard, I especially appreciated their patience and grace as they taught us how to master the techniques. When the seminar ended on Sunday, I felt like a better man physically and spiritually. I also felt a strong fellowship with all the instructors and the other students. That was a feeling I haven't experienced since the Army and Vietnam. 

    Thank you again for all you do and stand for!