There’s the Pekiti-Tirsia takeoff, then there’s the Pekiti-Tirsia take-off after gaining momentum.
The dynamic footwork methodologies of Pekiti is much more than simply shuffling the feet fast in a triangular pattern.
It’s about quickly displacing your position with effective range and angle, gaining momentum, precisely closing the distance with more depth (and angle) faster than your opponent can escape, as well as driving through their position (when it’s relevant). On the flip side, it's utilized to counter-offensively evade with explosive agility in any direction.
Train intently with the training method and you’ll develop it in a short time. Once you gain the skill, it’s deceptive and transfers to a variety of tactical and athletic uses. That's PTK-SMF.