Alan McLuckie has over 30 years of extensive training and research in the Filipino, Chinese, American and Indian Martial Arts. He has studied with some of the world's foremost masters. Mr Hatfield has said that, "Al is one of those rare men who can take another art and make it his own," seamlessly integrating any new knowledge with his other arts. In 1998, Mr McLuckie was exposed to Systema and was certified to teach The System in 1999 by Vladimir Vasiliev. His Systema training is on going.
In 1981, Mr McLuckie met Lee Wedlake and began an exchange of ideas. This friendship continues and allows Mr McLuckie to freely relate his ideas with students of American Kenpo. In Kenpo Karate 101, Lee Wedlake says, "My good friend and without a partner, Al McLuckie taught me the basics of the arts he trained in. Cabales Serrada and Pikiti-Tirsia were the major influences. We both worked with Danny Inosanto and Leo Gaje; both well known Filipino instructors. Al became my model. When I learn a technique, I think about how well it may work against him. He is lightning fast and powerful."
In October of 1998, Mr McLuckie met Vladimir Vasiliev and was captured by Systema's effectiveness and power. Certified to teach in 1999, he continues to study actively. He now works to apply Systema's principles to the previous arts he learned adding depth and effectiveness to his personal Warrior Arts Curriculum.
Mr McLuckie is a remarkable Martial artist and instructor. Huk Planas once said to Mr Hatfield to watch Al (McLuckie) because he is one of the few martial artists who uses his whole body and not just his arms. Lessons and seminars with Mr McLuckie are inspiring and will change the way students view Martial Arts.
Mr. McLuckie is based in Ft Wayne, Indiana and is available for seminars and lessons.