Visualize it. One of the coolest aspects of training Pekiti-Tirsia Kali (even during solo training) is the visualization factor it can offer. This is an important component to learning and understanding the combat flow of weaponry and dynamic geometry. Train to see it it in your mind’s eye and see it in the real world.
Body mechanics, striking mechanics, dynamic geometry of the combat flow, footwork maneuvers/patterns, rhythms, range estimation, target identification and timing, you name it.
The inherent sensorial/perceptual training method of the system influences (and teaches) how we see and feel what we need to train (when taught correctly). This influences purpose, precision and self-corrections, especially when you have to visualize movement of an opponent during solo training or while using mental imagery.
It’s especially unique when holding a long weapon like a sword or baston (stick/rattan) in your hand as a training tool. (It gives the visual effect of drawing movement in front of you.)
Tool-based interactions have been proven to enhance spatial sensitivities which is one of the reason you can assimilate quickly an efficiently. But don’t take my word for it, come out and train with Radius Factor.