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Temujin Lucaylucay Kali and JKD

Local Address: UP TOWN, California, United States
Temujin Lucaylucay Kali/JKD
 
Background

Employment History

  • Apprentice Instructor
    Dan's Back Yard Group

Education

  • Temujin Lucaylucay Kali/JKD , Temujin Lucaylucay Kali/JKD
    Kali Academy

Biography

  • Temujin Lucaylucay Kali/JKD
    
    1946-1996
    
    Ted Lucaylucay was born in the Hawaiian Islands and experimented with various martial arts styles. After moving to Los Angeles he became one of the early "backyard" students of Richard Bustillo and Dan Inosanto...
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Web References
Jerry Meyers Martial Arts
www.jerrymeyers.com, 31 Jan 2007 [cached]
Ted LucayLucay was the first student to graduate under Dan Inosanto from the Kali Academy in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do.
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Ted was my J.K.D Brother in Dan's Back Yard Group and I was honored when he asked me to become an apprentice Instructor in LucayLucay Kali Jeet Kune Do.I have since been promoted to Associate Instructor by Guro Greg Allen one of the two senior Instructors in the LucayLucay Kali Jeet Kune Do system.
When Guro Ted Lucaylucay died, he left two full Instructors Guro.
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Ted gave them both the authority to promote to full Instructor.He also left various Apprentices and Associate Instructors with the right, as I will show later in a letter from Ted to his Instructors, to promote and recommend to a certain level.He also left a written curriculum for us to follow.While Ted was developing his program, he was also making videos.The context of the videos changed as he researched and developed his final written program.So what you see in his earlier videos is an earlier version of what he ended up with.
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Guro Russ Lafuente and I, both associate Instructors under the supervision of Guro Greg Allen, are teaching what we call Original Lucaylucay Kali Jeet Kune Do, which is the written way and is not modified except by Ted himself.We think this is what he would have wanted.Those Instructors of Ted's that agree with us on this, we welcome your comments.
International Jeet Kune Do >> Singapore, Thailand, Australia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Romania, USA, UK
www.ijkd.com [cached]
Ted Lucaylucay: In 1987 Sifu Ted Lucaylucay began to teach a small group of dedicated students at the Inosanto Academy in Marina Del Rey, CA.
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Ted was often a guest at our home and spent the weekends with us on a monthly basis. Ted frequented my LA Chinatown Gym and taught there often. Ted always emphasized sparring, with and without weapons. I remember that his main concern for me, over the years, was to help me to develop a strong left hook. Most if not all of my private sessions with Ted included sparring with him personaly and it was a great experience. In regards to Bruce Lee and Jeet Kune Do, Ted did not like the term JKD Concepts, he thought that it would cause confusion and he was right. However, he did say that he learned Jeet Kune Do as a concept "from Dan Inosanto". Although Ted would never clearly define a physical Jeet Kune Do, he did share with me what he called the earlier training methods. This was in reference to training in Dan Inosanto's backyard when they still called what they did Jeet Kune Do, however Ted was more comfortable with calling this Chinese Gung Fu/Kickboxing or Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing.
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Ted was fond of classical martial arts, self defense, combative sports and always balanced his training and teaching accordingly.
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In 1996, After the unexpected passing of my teacher and dear friend Ted Lucaylucay, I went through a period of confusion and lack of clear direction in regards to my martial art.
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I trained privately with Ted at his house in Montery Park whenever his and my schedule would permit it. I asked to train with him full time and he said he did not have the time. Ted visited many times to my Club at Alpine Park Rec. Ctr. in LA Chinatown, to teach workshops to me and my students and continued to do so after my move to Thailand. In December of 2001 I moved to Thailand and Ted wrote a letter for me to give to the Thailand Ministry of Education saying that I had his permission to teach Jeet Kune Do.
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Before I left, Ted told me that although it is important to have an instructor, that the the art itself would teach you. He was very right. Ted came to see us in Thailand in 2003 and again in 2007. He enjoyed himself very much! I continued to travel from Thailand to the USA every year and always made it a priority to train and spend time with Ted. In 2007 during his trip to Thailand, Ted told me that he was happy with my progress and thanked me for preserving and perpetuating Bruce Lee's martial art. He said, he was surprised that I hung in there so long and that he respected my perseverance and ability. The last time I saw Ted was in August of 2009 for training at the Park and of course Dim Sum! The last time I spoke to him was on the phone sometime during the spring of 2010. Ted had agreed to help us with a project in Thailand, An "MMA Reality Based TV Show". He was also due to visit us in Singapore for a seminar.
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1.Kali/JKD by Ted Lucaylucay - One of Dan Inosanto's first graduates in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do was Ted Lucaylucay.
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1.Kali/JKD by Ted Lucaylucay - One of Dan Inosanto's first graduates in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do was Ted Lucaylucay.
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Lucaylucay was a pioneer in the propagation of Kali/JKD (Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing) and was the first instructor to produce instructional videos and open commercial schools. Lucaylucay was also the first, second generation instructor to create his own Association.
Ted LucayLucay was the first ...
www.fmapulse.com, 9 Sept 2011 [cached]
Ted LucayLucay was the first student to graduate under Dan Inosanto from the Kali Academy in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do.
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Ted was my J.K.D Brother in Dan's back yard group and I was honored when he asked me to become an apprentice Instructor in LucayLucay Kali Jeet Kune Do .
International Jeet Kune Do >> Singapore, Thailand, Australia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Romania, USA, UK
www.ijkd.com, 5 Mar 2010 [cached]
Ted Lucaylucay: In 1987 Sifu Ted Lucaylucay began to teach a small group of dedicated students at the Inosanto Academy in Marina Del Rey, CA.
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Boxing/Kickboxing: Ted emphasized modern western boxing that was influenced by Panantukan as taught by his father "Lucky" Lucaylucay, Richard Bustillio and his own research and development.
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In the last few years before his death, Ted primarily emphasized the Panantukan aspects with me. I feel that this was a process of refinement towards further alignment of the three areas that we trained in. Ted emphasized kicking that he learned from Jun Fan Kickboxing. Very direct and powerful, but with a snap. Like most Ted also incorporated the Muay Thai hook kick, but was not fond of using the Thai pads like the Thais do (holding both pads together allowing for a broad point of impact). Ted preferred instead to use one Thai pad and one focus mitt. He preferred a smaller target for accuracy and used the focus mitt as a brace to absorbe the shock. Ted was also highly influenced and fond of the kicks of Savate which he felt was like fencing with the feet. Like most, Ted also included the use of elbows and knees, but they seemed to have their place and were not over emphasized. Although the term Sikaran was used and we did learn some classical kicks from the source, the term was used to describe kicking in general.
Gung Fu: Ted empahsized classical wing chun techniques, drills and strategy including chi sao.
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Ted also taught the basic trapping routes from Jun Fan Gung Fu.
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Although Ted would never clearly define a physical Jeet Kune Do, he did share with me what he called the earlier training methods. This was in reference to training in Dan Inosanto's backyard when they still called what they did Jeet Kune Do, however Ted was more comfortable with calling this Chinese Gung Fu/Kickboxing or Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing.
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In his personal style,Ted preferred the orthodox boxing lead vs. strong side lead and also preferred the horizontal fist to the verticle fist, for the lead straight punch. However in Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing he taught the strong side lead and verticle fist, lead straight punch.
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In 1996, After the unexpected passing of my teacher and dear friend Ted Lucaylucay, I went through a period of confusion and lack of clear direction in regards to my martial art.
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I trained privately with Ted at his house in Montery Park whenever his and my schedule would permit it. I asked to train with him full time and he said he did not have the time. Ted visited many times to my Club at Alpine Park Rec. Ctr. in LA Chinatown, to teach workshops to me and my students and continued to do so after my move to Thailand.
In December of 2001 I moved to Thailand and Ted wrote a letter for me to give to the Thailand Ministry of Education saying that I had his permission to teach Jeet Kune Do.
...
Before I left, Ted told me that although it is important to have an instructor, that the the art itself would teach you. He was very right. Ted came to see us in Thailand in 2003 and again in 2007. He enjoyed himself very much! I continued to travel from Thailand to the USA every year and always made it a priority to train and spend time with Ted.
In 2007 during his trip to Thailand, Ted told me that he was happy with my progress and thanked me for preserving and perpetuating Bruce Lee's martial art. He said, he was surprised that I hung in there so long and that he respected my perseverance and ability.
The last time I saw Ted was in August of 2009 for training at the Park and of course Dim Sum! The last time I spoke to him was on the phone sometime during the spring of 2010. Ted had agreed to help us with a project in Thailand, An "MMA Reality Based TV Show". He was also due to visit us in Singapore for a seminar.
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Kali/JKD by Ted Lucaylucay - One of Dan Inosanto's first graduates in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do was Ted Lucaylucay.
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Kali/JKD by Ted Lucaylucay - One of Dan Inosanto's first graduates in both Kali and Jeet Kune Do was Ted Lucaylucay.
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Lucaylucay was a pioneer in the propagation of Kali/JKD (Jun Fan Gung Fu/Kickboxing) and was the first instructor to produce instructional videos and open commercial schools. Lucaylucay was also the first, second generation instructor to create his own Association.
International Jeet Kune Do » Heart Failure Claims JKD/Kali Great, Ted Lucaylucay, 50
www.ijkd.com, 4 Dec 2009 [cached]
Heart Failure Claims JKD/Kali Great, Ted Lucaylucay, 50 International Jeet Kune Do > Heart Failure Claims JKD/Kali Great, Ted Lucaylucay, 50 International Jeet Kune Do
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Heart Failure Claims JKD/Kali Great, Ted Lucaylucay, 50
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In Memory of Ted Lucaylucay: A Great Martial Artist, Teacher, and Friend.
Loas Angeles - Jeet Kune Do and Filipino Kali legend Ted Lucaylucay died March 30 at his home here. He succumbed to heart failure after suffering from asthma for many years. He was 50.
He was born Theodore F. Lucaylucay Oct. 5, 1945 on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai to Leodoro H. and Rosaline Lucaylucay. Ted's early childhood was spent growing up in Kauai where he developed a strong love for nature and the outdoors.
Ted's adolescent and early adult years were spent in San Pedro, Calif., where he began his lifelong obsession with the martial arts. Ted practiced many styles of martial arts including karate, judo, kung-fu, and boxing.
In 1970 Ted began training with sifu/guro Dan Inosanto in Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do and the Filipino martial arts.
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Ted also trained with other world-renowned masters, including Angel Cabales, Leo Giron, Ben Largusa, Floro Villabrille, and his father, Lucky Lucaylucay.
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In 1975, with the blessing of datu Inosanto, guro Ted founded the Lucaylucay Kali/JKD Association. Guro Ted was a pioneer of the Jeet Kune Do family by establishing his own association as well as being the first instructor to produce and market instructional videotapes on the arts of Kali and JKD.
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With the Lucaylucay family's blessings in line with the wishes of guro Ted, the Lucaylucay Kali/JKD Association will continue to grow under the leadership of Trigg and Allen.
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