- Triangle formed by the weapons: Our God, ourselves, and our opponents
- Sword: The traditional Kali weapon
- Stick: Alternative to the sword; the first weapon used in Kali training since the modern times do not permit the carrying of edged weapons
- Knives: Equal lengths represent equality in training
- Three Corners of the triangle: Stands for the mind, the body and the spirit
- Colors : Representative of the colors of the Philippine flag
- Warriors: A reminder of man's constant struggle to master the forces within. The battle poses show two Kali practitioners applying Sabakan's tactical footwork in combat. It represents the quest to attain the perfect union of armed and unarmed combat.